Korea and China into men’s Worlds and Pacific-Asia final

The penultimate day of the Pacific-Asia Curling Championships 2017 came to a dramatic end, with both men’s semi-finals coming down to the very last stone.

Korea and Japan women qualify for Worlds and Pacific-Asia final

Korea and Japan’s women’s teams have qualified for the Ford World Women’s Curling Championships 2018 – to be held in North Bay, Ontario, Canada from 17-25 March – and the Pacific-Asia Curling Championships 2017 final.

Hong Kong reach Pacific-Asia semi-finals for the very first time

The Hong Kong women’s team at the Pacific-Asia Curling Championships 2017 – being held in the Erina Ice Arena, on Australia’s Central Coast – have qualified for the semi-finals for the very first time. This is only Hong Kong women’s second time competing at this international event, after making their debut in Uiseong, Republic of Korea in 2016.

VIDEO: Meet Team Hong Kong

After, their women's team made history by qualifying for play-off stages of the Pacific-Asia Curling Championships for the first time, World Curling TV meets the athletes and officials behind the Hong Kong Curling Association.

Who plays who? Mixed doubles schedule released for PyeongChang 2018

The PyeongChang 2018 Organising Committee Olympic Winter Games has unveiled the mixed doubles schedule for the upcoming Games in February 2018.

Korea secure final play-off place as men's round-robin draws to a close

The men’s round-robin has drawn to a close and the final play-off team has been decided in the Pacific-Asia Curling Championships 2017 tonight (Tuesday 7 November) at the Erina Ice Arena on the Australian Central Coast. Korea defeated Qatar 12-4 to secure the fourth placed position in the rankings and the remaining semi-final place.

Japan women join Korea and China in Pacific-Asia semi-finals

The Japanese women’s team at the Pacific-Asia Curling Championships 2017, being held in the Erina Ice Arena, on Australia’s Central Coast, has secured its place in the events semi-finals. Japan, qualify along with Korea and China, so far. The final play-off spot is still available with two sessions of women’s round-robin games still to play.

Qatar win first ever international game

Qatar’s men’s team have won their first international curling game, since making their debut at the Pacific-Asia Curling Championships in 2016. They beat Kazakhstan 8-5 on Sunday (5 November) at the 2017 event being held in Erina, Ice Arena, on Australia’s Central Coast.

#PACC2017 hosts Australia, “Curling could be the destination sport”

Picture the scene. It’s November. You’re on the beach with your finest flip-flops – or crocs – soaking up the rays. You jump in the car and ten minutes later you are in a building discarding your flip-flops for some cosy socks and shoes. Your beach bod is now covered with a few layers of insulated clothing and those swim shorts are replaced by jeans and a blanket.

Pacific-Asia Curling Championships 2017 ready to go down under

International curling heads to warmer climates this week, when the Pacific-Asia Curling Championships 2017 begin in Erina, Australia. The event, which runs from 2 to 9 November at the Erina Ice Arena – and which will be broadcasted on World Curling TV and national broadcasters – has 15 teams representing nine of the World Curling Federation’s Pacific-Asia Member Associations.

World Series of Curling Manager appointed

The World Curling Federation has taken a major step towards implementing its World of Series of Curling by appointing a World Series Manager. Jorge Vazquez, from Mexico – the first member of staff to be fully dedicated to this project – has been charged with implementing the four-leg international series, which will begin in season 2018-2019.

Sport Media Trainees confirmed for 2017-2018 season

The World Curling Federation is delighted to announce the winners of its Sports Media Trainee Programme for the 2017-2018 curling season. The winning candidates will join the World Curling Federation's media team at curling championships over the next six months.

Being ‘well prepared’ vital for Pacific-Asia teams

The World Curling Federation’s Pacific-Asia zone is becoming a rising force in world curling. A fifth of the World Curling Federation’s Member Associations come from this regional area – and it recently welcomed Afghanistan, Kyrgyzstan and Saudi Arabia to the curling family.

New York club aim to grow curling after Olympic Celebration Tour

The World Curling Federation’s Olympic Celebration Tour made its first stop of the 2017-2018 season last week, in New York, United States. Almost 900 participants took part in the programme – that helps curling clubs around the globe generate interest in the sport – at Ardsley Curling Club, 20 miles north of Manhattan.

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