May 2, 2009
Canada scored double gold for the second year in a row at the 2009 World Senior Curling Championships. Canada’s Pat Sanders thrashed Switzerland’s Renate Nedkoff 10-1 to win the women’s championship. The Canadians, from Victoria, British Columbia, scored four in the first end and then added five additional stolen points over the next three ends to overwhelm the Swiss.
April 25, 2009
As the stunning mountain sunshine streamed into the windows of the 1956 Olympic Ice Stadium, Switzerland won its second consecutive World Mixed Doubles Curling Championship with a 7-4 victory over Hungary.
April 16, 2009
The World Curling Federation (WCF) has released the latest World Curling Rankings, and China continues its steady climb into the upper echelons of the sport.
April 12, 2009
On the final day of the 50th anniversary celebration of the world men’s curling championship, Scotland’s David Murdoch reclaimed the 2009 Ford World Men’s Curling Championship trophy with a stunning 7-6 stolen victory over hosts Canada.
April 11, 2009
The World Curling Federation (WCF) has announced that Chelyabinsk, Russia will host the 2010 World Mixed Doubles and World Seniors Curling Championships, taking place April 16-24, 2010. Located some 2,000 kilometers east of Moscow, Chelyabinsk is a winter sport hub featuring the Ice Palace, a massive multi-sport facility featuring 11,000 square meters of ice availability.
March 29, 2009
Ten years ago, Bingyu Wang of China didn’t know what a curling stone was. Sunday afternoon in Gangneung, Korea she and her teammates defeated the two-time world and 2006 Olympic champions from Sweden to capture the Mount Titlis World Women’s Curling Championship 2009.
March 15, 2009
Eve Muirhead led Scotland to it's third consecutive world junior women’s curling championship with an 8-6 win over Canada's Kaitlyn Lawes in the final at Vancouver Olympic Centre.
March 15, 2009
Denmark's Rasmus Stjerne achieved his curling dream with a peak performance against powerful Canada to win the 2009 World Junior Men's Curling Championship at the Vancouver Olympic Centre. The victory gave Denmark its first-ever gold medal at any level of men's curling.
February 28, 2009
Canada's Jim Armstrong, just two years into his revitalized curling career and commanding the national wheelchair curling team for the first time, won his country's first World Wheelchair Curling Championship title with a 9-2 win over Swedish veteran Jalle Jungnell.
January 1, 2009
The 2010 Ford World Women’s Curling Championship will be held in Swift Current, Saskatchewan, Canada on March 20-28. The 12-team competition will be contested at the Credit Union i-plex, a curling rink/hockey arena complex which underwent a CDN $15 million renovation in 2007. The arena will seat approximately 2,400 for the championship, along with a number of corporate suites.