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Canada retain World Senior Curling Championships double in Norway

Canada’s senior women’s and men’s teams have won the World Senior Curling Championships double for a second year running. With a score of three points in the opening end of the gold medal final, thanks to an open draw by skip Sherry Anderson, Canada women set themselves on track to defend their world women’s senior title, beating Denmark by 10-1 in just six ends.

United States win bronze at World Mixed Doubles Curling Championship 2019

United States have won bronze medals at the World Mixed Doubles Curling Championship 2019, in the Sørmarka Arena, in Stavanger, Norway. It took an extra end to close out Australia but United States – who are Cory Christensen and John Shuster – ultimately prevailed, winning by a score of 5-4. “It was our goal to medal here and to do it for U.S.

Sweden and Canada to play for the 2019 World Mixed Doubles title

Sweden and Canada will meet in the gold medal final of the World Mixed Doubles Curling Championship 2019, in Stavanger, Norway, after winning in the semi-final draw of Saturday’s morning session. Sweden advance to the finals after a 7-5 win against Australia – a tight game where the lead changed hands four times.

The sound of teamwork: How Team Finland's deaf and hearing players find synergy

You won’t hear the Finnish men’s team yelling “hard” very often at the Sømarka Arena, in Stavanger, Norway, this week. It’s not that they don’t know this is a time-honoured curling tradition, but simply that yelling won’t help much. Two members of the Finnish team at the World Senior Curling Championships 2019 are hard of hearing.

Live TV coverage from the World Mixed Doubles Curling Championship 2019

Curling fans from around the world can watch the World Mixed Doubles Curling Championship 2019 live on World Curling TV from 21 to 27 April 2019. A total of 21 games will be live on World Curling TV’s YouTube channel and directly into World Curling’s Facebook and Twitter accounts or on national broadcasters.

Statement from the World Curling Federation

Statement from the World Curling Federation Following an incident on Sunday 21 April, the World Curling Federation has suspended, Viktor Kim (Kazakhstan), from the World Senior and Mixed Doubles Curling Championships 2019 being held in the Sørmarka Arena, in Stavanger, Norway. This suspension has been handed to Mr. Kim for breach of The Rules of Curling R17 Inappropriate Behaviour.

#WMDCC2019: Sports Media Trainee blog

Bailey Martens and Jason Bennett, are the latest recipients of the World Curling Federation’s Sport Media Trainee Programme. Not only is this their first time covering a curling event, it’s their first time part of a media team at an international sports competition.

Five things to do in Stavanger, Norway

Stavanger, in Norway, will play host to the World Mixed Doubles and Senior Curling Championships 2019 from 20 to 27 April, which means curling families, fans and competitors will be coming together from all over the world to watch the competition and explore the city.

Register for the World Curling Federation’s 2019 development opportunities

The World Curling Federation is pleased to offer a wide range of curling camps, courses and other development opportunities once again in 2019. Visit www.wcf-camps-courses.com for more information and to register.

Belarus women and France men victorious at European Curling Championships C-Division 2019

Belarus women and France men have won the European Curling Championship C-Division 2019 in Brasov, Romania and secured their places in the Le Gruyère AOP European Curling Championships B-Division 2019 being held in Helsingborg, Sweden from 15-23 November. Slovakia women and Bulgaria men also qualified for the B-Division after winning the silver medals.

Kelowna, Canada to host World Mixed Doubles and Senior Curling Championships 2020

The World Curling Federation is pleased to confirm that the World Mixed Doubles and Senior Curling Championships 2020 will be held in the Kelowna Curling Club, in British Columbia, Canada from 18 to 25 April 2020.

World Mixed Doubles Curling Championship 2019

Playlist of live games from the World Mixed Doubles Curling Championship

Biggest World Mixed Doubles Curling Championship to be staged in Stavanger, Norway

A record of 48 Member Associations will compete at the World Mixed Doubles Curling Championship 2019 in Stavanger, Norway, when it gets underway in the Sørmarka Arena on Saturday (20 April). For Kosovo, Mexico, Nigeria, Saudi Arabia and Ukraine, this event will be their first time competing at a World Curling Federation event.

Mixed doubles fuels curling's growth worldwide

No curling ice? No problem. For the tropical nation of Guyana, known more for its rainforest and calypso music, a small hiccup such as not having curling ice couldn’t stop them from fielding a mixed doubles curling team.

Top five remain unchanged in latest men’s World Rankings

Following the Pioneer Hi-Bred World Men’s Curling Championship 2019 the latest men’s curling World Rankings have been published. The top five men’s teams remain unchanged while Japan and Italy each move up one place in the top ten.

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