Curling

Hong Kong and Qatar become conditional members of World Curling Federation

By Paul Osborne

The Hong Kong Curling Association and the Qatar Curling Federation have each been accepted as conditional Member Associations of the World Curling Federation ©Getty ImagesCurling is sweeping to pastures new with the news both Hong Kong and Qatar have been accepted as conditional Member Associations of the World Curling Federation (WCF).

Olympic Museum unveils new curling statue

By Emily Goddard

Thomas Bach and Kate Caithness unveil the curling sculpture in Lausanne ©WCFInternational Olympic Committee President Thomas Bach and World Curling Federation (WCF) President Kate Caithness have unveiled a new curling statue at the Olympic Museum's Olympic Park in Lausanne.

Caithness to serve second term as World Curling Federation President as key rule changes introduced at Congress

By Gary Anderson

Kate Caithness will serve another four-year term as President of the World Curling Federation ©WCFKate Caithness has been elected unopposed for a second term as President of the World Curling Federation (WCF), while a number of competition and rule changes were introduced at the organisation's Annual General Assembly in Reno, Nevada.

US charity gives $73,000 of funding to World Curling Federation

By Gary Anderson

The World Curling Federation has been given a financial boost from US charity Foundation for Global Sports Development ©Getty ImagesThe World Curling Federation (WCF) has received a significant financial boost of $73,000 (£44,000/€55,000) from the Foundation for Global Sports Development to support two special programmes.

Thompson named new British and Scottish curling performance director

By Emily Goddard

The British men's curling team of David Murdoch, Greg Drummond, Scott Andrews, Michael Goodfellow and Tom Brewster claimed a silver medal at the Sochi 2014 Winter Olympic Games ©Getty ImagesGraeme Thompson will lead the British and Scottish men's, women's and wheelchair curling programme to the Pyeongchang 2018 Winter Olympic and Paralympic Games after being named the new performance director.

Right time to move on says Howie as she steps down as head coach of British women’s curling

By Gary Anderson

Rhona Howie (centre) has stepped down as head coach of Britain and Scotland's women's curling teams ©Getty Images After four years in the job, Rhona Howie has announced she is leaving her role as head coach of the British women's performance curling programme just months after guiding Team GB to bronze at the Sochi 2014 Winter Olympic Games.

Caithness unopposed as she seeks re-election as President of World Curling Federation

By Duncan Mackay

Kate Caithness will be unopposed for a second term as President of the World Curling Federation ©WCF Britain's Kate Caithness is set to retain her position as President of the World Curling Federation (WCF) after being named today as the only candidate for the next four-year term.

British Olympic curling champion to appear on Crimewatch to appeal for stolen gold medal

By Paul Osborne

Rhona Martin is set to appear on Crimewatch to appeal for the return of her stolen Olympic gold curling medal ©Getty ImagesFormer Olympic curling champion Rhona Howie is set to appear on Crimewatch to appeal for the return of her stolen gold medal.

"Devastated" Rhona Martin appeals for return of stolen Salt Lake City 2002 gold medal

By Mike Rowbottom

Rhona Martin delivers the winning stone at the 2002 Salt Lake Games ©Getty ImagesRhona Martin has appealed for the return of the Olympic gold medal she won at the 2002 Salt Lake City Winter Games, which has been stolen from a museum in Dumfries, Scotland.
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