Four new national wheelchair curling teams have been created following a training camp backed by the International Paralympic Committee (IPC).
Wheelchair Curling News
World champion curler Sheila Swan has been appointed as the new head coach for the Scottish and British Wheelchair Curling programme, it has been announced.
Russia claimed their second World Wheelchair Curling Championship title after winning the gold medal game against China at the Kisakallio Sports Institute in Lohja.
China secured a place in the World Wheelchair Curling Championship gold medal game for the first time in their history thanks to a 3-1 play-off victory against previously unbeaten Russia in Lohja.
Host nation Finland qualified for the play-off stage of the World Wheelchair Curling Championships for the first time after an 8-4 victory over Scotland in the afternoon session of the fifth day of competition in Lohja.
Russia became the first team to book their place in the play-off round at the 2015 World Wheelchair Curling Championships as they maintained their dominance with another two victories on day four in Lohja, Finland.
Russia was the only undefeated team at the close of play on day three of the World Wheelchair Curling Championship in Lohja, Finland.
China and Russia have maintained their 100 per cent records with victories in both sessions of the World Wheelchair Curling Championship in Lohja, Finland, today.
Reigning world and Paralympic champions Canada suffered a shock defeat to China on the opening day of the World Wheelchair Curling Championships in Lohja, while hosts Finland, Sweden, Russia and Scotland were other winners.
The 2016 World Wheelchair Curling Championships will be held in Lucerne, Switzerland, it was announced today.
United States has unveiled a five-strong team for the 2015 World Wheelchair Curling Championships, to be held in Lohja, Finland.
Neilson included in Scottish team for World Wheelchair Curling Championships after extending career break
Paralympic bronze medallist Aileen Neilson is one of five athletes selected by the Royal Caledonian Curling Club to compete for Scotland at the 2015 World Wheelchair Curling Championship in Lohja, Finland.
A qualification tournament for next year's World Wheelchair Curling Championships started today in Lillehammer.
April 4 - Norwegian town Lillehammer has been revealed as the host of the World Wheelchair Curling Qualification Event, due to place on November 1 until 6 this year.
February 28 - Tom Killin, the Briton who won a wheelchair curling silver medal at the Turin 2006 Paralympics, will miss Sochi 2014 due to ill health.