New Member Associations to take to the ice at World Mixed Doubles

The World Mixed Doubles Curling Championship 2019, being held in Stavanger, Norway, from 20-27 April, will be the biggest edition of this event to date. Not only that, five Member Associations will compete in their first ever World Curling Federation event.

Juggling studies and elite sport: The life of student curlers

The ice isn’t the only required reading for some of the world’s most elite curlers. For many young people who compete internationally in curling, passion for the sport means they’re faced with balancing both their studies and rigorous training schedules as they compete to represent their nations on the world stage.

LGT World Women’s Curling Championship 2019 playing schedule

The playing schedule for the LGT World Women’s Curling Championship 2019 has now been released.

Pioneer Hi-Bred World Men’s Curling Championship 2019 playing schedule

The Pioneer Hi-Bred World Men’s Curling Championship 2019 playing schedule is now available.

Live stream confirmed for World Junior Curling Championships 2019

Curling fans from around the globe can enjoy the World Junior Curling Championships 2019 live on World Curling TV from 16 to 23 February 2019. A total of 15 games will be streamed live on World Curling TV’s YouTube channel and directly into World Curling’s Facebook and Twitter accounts.

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  • World Qualification Event 2019 puts Naseby, New Zealand on the map

    It wasn’t just the four teams that qualified for their world championships – China and Finland women and Korea and Netherlands men – that were winners at the inaugural World Qualification Event 2019. Many people, organisations and businesses in and around host town Naseby, New Zealand, finished the event with smiles on their faces too.

    Member Association Spotlight: January 2019

    A vital part of our President’s Newsletter, this page is here to celebrate the great development work our 61 Member Associations are doing across the globe. Subscribe to future newsletters at www.worldcurling.

    President's Newsletter: January 2019

    The President’s Newsletter for January

    Olympic Celebration Tour creates stir in Dublin

    With the first stop of the 2019 Olympic Celebration Tour having made its way to Dublin, Ireland – from 14 to 17 January – John Burns, the World Curling Federation’s Irish representative, shared the Irish Curling Association’s hopes of one day building a dedicated curling facility.

    Anna Sloan stays connected to childhood rink with ‘Athlete in Excellence’ award

    Scotland’s Anna Sloan can call herself many things – a World Junior champion, a European champion, a World Women’s champion and an Olympic bronze medallist. Since stepping back from playing as Eve Muirhead’s long-time third, she’s added a few more titles to her name.

    Finland women and Netherlands men join 2019 Worlds line-ups

    Finland women and Netherlands men became the last two Member Associations to qualify for this season’s World Curling Championships. They had wins in Wednesday’s second play-offs session of the inaugural World Qualification Event, staged in Naseby, New Zealand.

    China women and Korea men qualify for 2019 world championships

    China women and Korea men had wins in the first play-off session of the inaugural World Qualification Event, being staged in Naseby, New Zealand, to grab places in this season’s World Curling Championships.

    Olympic Celebration Tour heads to Ireland for the first time

    The World Curling Federation has released the stops for the 2019 Olympic Celebration Tour.

    New Zealand men qualify for first ever World Junior Curling Championship

    New Zealand made history by defeating Italy, 8-4, to win gold in the men’s World Junior-B competition, in Lohja, Finland and progress to their first ever world junior championship. Meanwhile, Scotland women returned to the world junior curling championship at the first attempt after defeating Russia 5-3 to win the gold medals on Thursday.

    A look back at 2018 - curling's Olympic and Paralympic year

    With a jam-packed Olympic and Paralympic year winding down, let’s bring back the five top moments of 2018 and relive some of this year’s highlights. Boiling it down to five, let’s just say, it wasn’t easy, but here goes...

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