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Social Media Guidelines
The WCF encourage everyone involved in the sport of curling to raise awareness of the sport through social media.
There are many different social media platforms available to communicate through and these guidelines, available to download below, provides useful hints and tips about communicat
WCF Sports Media Programme
The WCF Sports Media Programme (formerly Trainee Journalist and Photographer Programme) was established in 2012.
Photo: WCF / Richard Gray\'>2015 photography winner of the Sport Media Trainne Programme, Rocky Hin Photo: WCF / Richard Gray
It is designed to give aspiring young sports journalist
#iLoveYOG: Athlete Role Model Rasmus Stjerne explains his curling inspiration
Perth, Scotland Monday 7 December 2015With the 2016 Youth Olympic Games only a stone’s throw away, last month the International Olympic Committee marked 100 days until the event with the #iLoveYOG social media campaign.
Denmark skip Rasmus Stjerne, 27, will be one of the event’s Athle
Record entries for PACC 2016 as Winter Olympics near
Perth, Scotland Friday 5 August 2016The Pacific-Asia Curling Championships 2016 will have a record number of teams competing this year, when it heads to Uiseong in Korea – the host nation of the 2018 Olympic and Paralympic Winter Games.
Some 17 teams will compete across the men’s and
Feature: Youth Olympians - the class of 2012
By Stephen Bark, WCF Trainee Journalist March 15, 2015The first Winter Youth Olympic Games (WYOG) took place in Innsbruck, Austria in 2012. Of the 1,000 athletes that competed, more than 60 of them made their full Olympic debuts at the Sochi 2014 Olympic Winter Games. Three of them won gold medals.