The World Men's Curling Championship, due to start in Scotland on March 28, has been cancelled because of the coronavirus outbreak.
The World Curling Federation (WCF) has announced three new inductees into its Hall of Fame for 2020, including Sweden's four-time world champions team Elisabet Gustafson.
The World Curling Academy has held its inaugural meeting for the Athlete Pathway Programme in Tallinn in Estonia with an aim to educate Member Associations on how to develop and support athletes under their rule.
Glasgow is in full preparation for the World Men's Curling Championship with 50 days until the city hosts their first World Championships in 20 years.
Poland have been suspended by the World Curling Federation for breaching the Federation's constitution relating to its governance and disputes with the country's Ministry of Sport.
China's and Russia's men's teams and South Korea's and Italy's women's sides have booked their places at the World Curling Championships.
China topped the men’s rankings and earned the first playoff place at the World Curling Federation World Qualification Event in Finland after winning both their final round-robin games.
South Korea and Italy have both qualified for the playoffs of the women's event at the World Curling Federation World Qualification Event in Lohja.
A group of five teams share the top spot in the men's competition at the World Curling Federation World Qualification Event in Lohja.
Poland and Russia share first place in the men's team standings after day two of the World Curling Federation World Qualification Event in Lohja.
South Korea's women's team beat hosts Finland on the opening day of the World Curling Federation World Qualification Event in Lohja.
Sixteen teams are set to compete for the four remaining places at the World Curling Championships at a qualification event beginning in Finland tomorrow.
Germany and Italy both secured places at the 2020 World Mixed Doubles Curling Championship, winning their two playoff games today at the qualifier in Scotland.
Germany, Turkey and Italy completed perfect records in the round-robin stage as the line-up for the play-offs was decided at the World Curling Federation World Mixed Doubles Qualification Event in Scotland.
Denmark and Germany continued their perfect starts to the World Curling Federation World Mixed Doubles Qualification Event in Scotland today, registering a further two wins each in Group A.