Wednesday 30 March 2016
The World Curling Federation (WCF) will mark its 50th anniversary this week, with a special celebration ahead of the World Men’s Curling Championship 2016 [2-10 April 2016], in Basel, Switzerland.
Sunday 27 March 2016
Russia have won Bronze at the Ford World Women’s Curling Championship 2016, collecting these medals for a third consecutive year.
Monday 28 March 2016
The World Curling Federation’s World Men’s Curling Championship 2016 is set to get underway on Saturday (2 April) in Basel, Switzerland, with 12 teams representing the world’s top men’s curling nations. The event, which will be preceded by the World Curling Federation’s 50th anniversary on Friday 1 April, will run for 10 days up until Sunday 10 April 2016.
Saturday 26 March 2016
Japan will contest their first World Women’s Curling Championship final tomorrow (Sunday 27 March) in Swift Current, Canada, when they meet former Gold medal winners, Switzerland, skipped by Binia Feltscher. The final will be played at 15.00 (Mountain Daylight Time).
Saturday 26 March 2016
Russia will play Japan in the Ford World Women’s Curling Championship 2016 semi-final later today (Saturday 26 March) - at 19.00 (Mountain Daylight time), live on World Curling TV - when curling history will be made.
Friday 25 March 2016
Switzerland played Japan in Friday (25 March) evening's Page 1-2 Play-off game at the Ford World Women's Curling Championship in Swift Current, Saskatchewan, Canada, with the winner going direct to Sunday's (27 March) final and the loser having a second chance to get there by playing in Saturday's (26 March) semi-final. Sunday’s Gold Medal Game – to be played at 15.
Thursday 24 March 2016
Scotland faced Canada in Thursday (24 March) evening's last session of round-robin play at the Ford Word Women's Curling Championship 2016 in Swift Current, Canada in a winner-takes-all game. The team that emerged victorious would take up the last of the four available slots in the play-offs, while for the loser it would be the end of the line.
Wednesday 23 March 2016
With the weekend play-off stages looming ever closer, Russia faced Switzerland in a top-of-the-table match-up in Wednesday (23 March) evening's round-robin play at the Ford World Women's Curling Championship 2016 in Swift Current, Canada.
Monday 21 March 2016
With a 6-5 win over USA by Scotland, a Canadian 9-4 victory over Sweden and a 9-2 win for Switzerland over Germany in Monday (21 March) evening's eighth session of round-robin play, these three teams joined Japan and Russia – who sat the session out – at the top-of-the-table.
Sunday 20 March 2016
Canada continued their unbeaten run in Sunday (20 March) evening's fifth session of round-robin play at the Ford World Women's Curling Championship 2016 in Swift Current, Canada, when they beat the USA by 10-2 in just six ends. the Canadians took control early when, in the first end, their skip Chelsea Carey tapped one of her own stones into position to open the scoring with four points.
Saturday 19 March 2016
Japan and Russia share the lead after the first day of round-robin competition in the Ford World Women's Curling Championship in Swift Current, Canada. The Japanese were in control throughout their evening game against Italy and eventually their skip Satsuki Fujisawa hit-out one of her opponent's stones to score two points in the eighth end and seal her 10-3 win.
Monday 14 March 2016
The international curling spotlight turns to Canada on Saturday (19 March) when the Ford World Women's Curling Championship 2016 gets underway at the Credit Union iplex in Swift Current, Saskatchewan.
Sunday 13 March 2016
At the conclusion of the VoIP Defender World Junior Curling Championships (WJCC) 2016 in Copenhagen, Denmark, World Curling Federation President Kate Caithness announced the venue for the World Junior-B Curling Championships (WJBCC) 2017.
Sunday 13 March 2016
Scotland beat USA by 6-4 to take the men's gold medals in Sunday afternoon's final. At the same time, Canada were 8-4 winners over Switzerland to take bronze. The Scots controlled the gold medal final from the start. After blanking the first end, they scored two in the second when their skip Bruce Mouat drew his second stone into the house.