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WCF Athlete Commission
The WCF Athlete Commission was established in March 2013. The mission of the WCF Athlete Commission is to communicate the interests of high performance curlers in cooperative support of the WCF achieving its mission. The WCF Athlete Commission serves as an independent and a consultative body,
WCF Athlete Commission Survey: Wheelchair Curling
At a recent meeting of the WCF Athlete Commission at the World Curling Congress 2013 in Copenhagen, Denmark, it was agreed to open discussions with wheelchair curlers of all levels of ability throughout the world and seek their views on a number of issues that currently affect the sport.
Competition and Rules Commission
The WCF Competition and Rules Commission was established in March 2013. Currently chaired by Board Member Hugh Millikin the role of the Commission is to review WCF Competitions and Rules and ensure they are fit for purpose. The Commission also considers proposals for changes submitted to it by Memb
Anti-Doping Rules
The WCF is committed to the eradication of doping from sport and to protect clean athletes. Doping can be harmful to an athletes health, damages the integrity of sport, and is morally and ethically wrong. All athletes participating in WCF competitions must abide by the WCF Anti-Doping Rules.
Rules and Regulations
Please find below relevant documents and information available to download regarding the Rules and Regulation of curling.  The Rules of Curling (October 2017) The Rules of Curling Showing Changes (October 2017) Summary Rule and Policy Changes 2015 WCF Chief Umpire Reference