News from World Curling

  • by World Curling Media
    World Curling is now taking bids for the events in the 2025–2026 season. The event calendar during an Olympic and Paralympic season is different to a regular season, with two additional events added to the calendar — the Pre-Olympic Qualification Event and the Olympic Qualification Event that will award the final places for the Mixed Doubles, […]
  • by World Curling Media
    The 2024 election period for the World Curling Athlete Commission closed on Monday 27 May. According to the Commission’s Terms of Reference, eight positions were available for election, while United States’ Tyler George (male athlete representative) and Norway’s Rune Lorentsen (male wheelchair curling representative) continue their term until the 2026 elections. Based on the results, […]
  • by World Curling Media
    The Kisakallio Sports Institute in Lohja, Finland will host the A-Division competitions of the Le Gruyère AOP European Curling Championships 2024, while the B-Division will be held in the Oestersund Curling Club in Sweden. Both competitions will run from Saturday 16 to Saturday 23 November. The Kisakillio Sports Institute has great experience in hosting international […]
  • by World Curling Media
    World Curling is seeking candidates for election at the Annual General Assembly, taking place on Sunday 8 September during the World Curling Congress in Montreal, Canada. Positions seeking candidacy: The World Curling Board is a skill-based strategic board. The Board Skills Matrix identifies the 12 specific competencies that the Board, as a whole, will ideally adequately […]
  • by World Curling Media
    Cameras, stopwatches, tablets and laser measures in contrast with rulers, mechanical measuring devices and umpire’s eyesight decisions—is curling technically advanced or is there space for improvement? A key question for players, umpires and members of World Curling staff. Umpire’s eye on the hog “The eye on the hog” is a mechanism that is supposed to […]