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The international sport federation governing the Olympic winter sport of curling and the Paralympic winter sport of wheelchair curling.
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  1. World Curling is pleased to announce their selection of the International Technical Officials (ITOs) and Ice Technicians who will work at the Milano Cortina 2026 Olympic and Paralympic Winter Games.  The various responsibilities of ITOs are crucial in ensuring fair and equitable playing conditions at the Games. With the group’s extensive curling knowledge and experience, … Continued

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  2. The disciplines of curling continue to expand, with a new World Championship being added to the calendar in the 2024–2025 season. The first ever World Junior Mixed Doubles Curling Championship will debut in Edmonton, Canada, at the Saville Community Sports Centre from 6 –11 May 2025. The inaugural open-entry championship follows the success of Mixed … Continued

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  3. World Curling and Scottish Curling are pleased to announce that the Auchenharvie Leisure Centre in the Scottish town of Stevenston will host the 2025 editions of World Wheelchair Curling Championship and World Wheelchair Mixed Doubles Curling Championship. The North Ayrshire town of Stevenston, sits on the west coast of Scotland, 30 miles from Glasgow. These … Continued

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  4. Following a meeting of the World Curling Board, the decision was taken to extend the exclusion of Russia and Belarus from competing at World Curling events until 31 December 2024. In January, both Member Associations had been excluded from participating in World Curling events until the end of the 2023–2024 season. This has now been … Continued

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  5. The World Junior Curling Championships 2025 will be held in the Cortina Curling Olympic Stadium in Cortina d’Ampezzo, Italy from 12–21 April. Cortina d’Ampezzo, or simply Cortina, is situated in the Veneto region of Northern Italy in the heart of the southern Alps and only two hours north of Venice. Set in the wide and … Continued

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  6. The World Curling Team Ranking System (WCTRS) working group and Mixed Doubles working group, have developed a set of changes to for the 2024–2025 season. Following feedback from athletes and other stakeholders, it was determined that the previous system would remain in place with one minor change to the women and men’s ranking system. There … Continued

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  7. The World Mixed Doubles and World Senior Curling Championships 2025 will be held at the Willie O’Ree Place in Fredericton, New Brunswick, Canada from 26 April – 3 May. Fredericton is located on the East Coast of Canada, nestled between the provinces of Nova Scotia, Prince Edward Island, Quebec and the American state of Maine.  … Continued

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  8. Clarification Update We have been asked to clarify the position on which brushes are approved for use in competition. All brushes that were approved for use at World Curling championships throughout the 2023–2024 season are still approved for use. The active Approved Code List is available to download here. This list includes the Hardline and … Continued

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  9. 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, … Continued

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  10. 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, … Continued

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Curl Troy is a group of curling enthusiasts interested in grow the sport of curling in the Dayton, Ohio area.  Started in 2010 shortly after the Vancouver Olympics by a group of friends who simply got "hooked" on the game after trying it, Curl Troy has continued to grow and currently conducts operations at RiverScape MetroPark in downtown Dayton, Ohio and in Springfield Ohio at the NTPRD Chiller
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