Three-time world champion Marcel Rocque has been appointed as coach of the Chinese men’s national team heading towards the Pyeongchang 2018 Winter Olympic Games, it has been announced.
World Curling Federation (WCF) President Kate Caithness has inducted Franco Zumofen of Italy into the Hall of Fame for his services to the sport.
Curling Canada has introduced a new policy which means athletes who suffer a head injury at any of its events will have to undergo a medical examination before they are allowed to return to play.
Winter Olympian Erika Brown has announced her retirement from competitive curling.
The World Curling Federation (WCF) Sweeping Summit has taken place near Canada's capital Ottawa where top-level athletes and other curling experts came together to test brushes and sweeping techniques following the challenges that the sport has faced this past season.
Lauren Gray is to join Eve Muirhead's Great Britain curling rink as the country bids to win Winter Olympic gold at Pyeongchang 2018.
Olympic champion skip Brad Gushue is among those taking part at the World Curling Federation's (WCF) "Sweeping Summit".
Armin Harder, the high performance director of the Swiss Curling Association (SCA), has announced his resignation after eight years with the organisation.
British Curling coach Dave Hay is parting company with the team skipped by Olympic bronze medal winner Eve Muirhead.
The World Curling Federation’s (WCF) "Sweeping Summit", which will address the challenges faced throughout the 2015-16 season with brush head technology and sweeping technique, will be held near Canada’s capital Ottawa between May 23 and 27, it has been announced.
Danish curler Helle Simonsen has been banned for 15-months for her failed drugs test, it has been announced.
Youngsters have again been given the chance to benefit from the Curling Canada Foundation's "For the Love of Curling" scholarship scheme.
Rich Lepping has been re-elected as chairman of the United States Curling Association (USCA) Board of Directors.
A programme aimed at introducing children across Canada to the sport of curling has celebrated the milestone of attracting its one-millionth participant during an on-ice ceremony at TD Place Stadium in Ottawa.
Former world champion Elisabeth Högström has been inducted into the World Curling Federation (WCF) Hall of Fame.