New Technical Commission charged with sustaining outstanding ice conditions

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The World Curling Federation is in the process of appointing a new Technical Commission which will be charged with achieving the highest level playing conditions at all levels of the games.

The Commission will be made up of between four and eight members. Applications for the commission are now being taken until Friday 30 November 2018.

The commission’s purpose will be to ensure the Federation is continually achieving an outstanding quality of ice at all its events and to assist Member Associations to improve existing, or to build new, dedicated curling facilities.

Nominations should be made on the attached form and forwarded to Colin Grahamslaw, colin.grahamslaw@worldcurling.org

The World Curling Federation is the international sport federation governing the Olympic winter sport of curling and the Paralympic winter sport of wheelchair curling. It is one of seven International Sports Federations currently part of the Olympic Winter Games programme. It represents 61 Member Associations.

The Federation facilitates the growth and development of curling worldwide. It works closely with and mentors established, new and prospective Member Associations and employs a team of Competitions and Development Officers and technical experts to aid the growth of the sport.

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 Technical Commission information and nomination form
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