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World Senior Curling Championships Day 2 - Standings & Player Reaction

Standings (Please note that the standings below are listed as games won – games lost) Senior Men’s Group A: Canada 3-0 New Zealand 3-0 Japan 2-1 Italy 1-2 Netherlands 0-2 Scotland

World Senior Curling Championships Day 1 - Standings & Player Reaction

Standings (games played-games won) Senior Men’s Group A: Canada 2-2 New Zealand 2-2 Japan 2-1 Italy 2-1 Netherlands 1-0 Scotland 1-0 Hungary 2-0 Senior Men’s Group B: Switzerland

World Seniors 2012 begin Sunday in Taarnby, Denmark

The World Curling Federation (WCF) World Senior Curling Championships 2012 get underway this Sunday, 14th April, in Taarnby, Denmark, with 14 women’s and 23 men’s teams competing for this year’s medals.

Final WCF World Rankings for Season 2011-2012

Switzerland has moved up to third place in the World Curling Federation Women’s World Ranking and Scotland goes into second place in the Men’s Ranking as the final 2011-2012 Season WCF World Rankings have been released following the conclusion of the 2012 World Women’s and Men’s Curling Championships.

World Men's Curling Championship 2012 - Gold Medal

Canada and Scotland played out a tense final of the World Men’s Curling Championship in Basel, Switzerland on Sunday afternoon in front of a packed house of some 3,000 spectators. After an extra end in a highly-competitive game, Canada emerged as 8-7 winners when their skip Glenn Howard delivered a well-judged draw-shot for the one point he needed for victory.

World Men's Curling Championship 2012 - Bronze Medal

Sweden and Norway played out a tense bronze medal game that went all the way to an extra end at the World Men’s Curling Championship 2012 in Basel, Switzerland on Sunday morning. Sweden emerged victorious winning 9-8 and picking up the bronze medal for the second year in a row.

New Zealand's Sean Becker wins 2012 Collie Campbell Memorial Award

Sean Becker, third on the New Zealand men’s team has won the 2012 World Curling Federation Collie Campbell Memorial Award. Becker was selected for the award by fellow players at this year’s World Men’s Curling Championship in Basel, Switzerland.

World Curling Federation Annual General Assembly April 2012

Norway’s Bent Ånund Ramsfjell has been elected Vice President of the World Curling Federation. Ramsfjell, a 2002 Olympic Winter Games gold medallist, replaces Patrick Hürlimann who is stepping down from the position which he has held since 2010 due to work commitments.

Keep up to date with the World Men's Curling Championship

Keep up to date with all the action from the World Men's Curling Championship 2012 via: Event Website: http://wmcc2012.worldcurling.net Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/WMCC2012.Basel.

World Men’s Curling Championship 2012 starts Saturday

The international curling championship focus moves to Switzerland, as Basel prepares to host the World Men’s Curling Championship 2012, presented by Ford Motor Company of Canada, from Saturday March 31 and runs until Sunday April 8. Twelve of the top men’s curling teams in the world will compete at the event which is being staged at the St Jakobshalle.

World Men's Curling Championship 2012 - TV & Web Schedule

More information about the event on www.wmcc2012.worldcurling.

2012 Frances Brodie Award winner Eve Muirhead

Eve Muirhead, skip of the Scottish women’s team, has been awarded the 2012 World Curling Federation Frances Brodie Award. Muirhead was selected for the award by fellow players at this year’s Ford World Women’s Curling Championship in Lethbridge, Canada.

Ford World Women's Curling Championship 2012 - Gold Medal

Switzerland beat Sweden 7-6 in what turned out to be a close final of the Ford World Women’s Curling Championship 2012 in Lethbridge, Canada on Sunday afternoon.

Ford World Women's Curling Championship 2012 Bronze

Canada beat Korea 9-6 to win the Bronze medal at the Ford World Women’s Curling Championship in Lethbridge, Canada on Sunday morning. For Korea it was a little piece of history - a first-ever play-off appearance; for Canada, it was a disappointment not to be playing for gold.

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