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Sweden and Canada continue to top WCF World Rankings
Following the conclusion of the 2010-2011 season, Sweden maintains its position at the top of the World Curling Federation’s women’s rankings and Canada continues to lead the men’s.
\'>Sweden win Gold at the Capital One World Women's Curling Championship 2011.
WCF appoints new Secretary General
PERTH, Scotland July 5th, 2010The World Curling Federation (WCF) is pleased to announce the appointment of Colin Grahamslaw as its new Secretary General.
\'>Colin Grahamslaw new WCF Secretary General
Colin Grahamslaw, from Scotland, takes over the position with the Olympic winter sport federatio
WCF publishes latest World Rankings
Perth, Scotland December 5, 2014Following the conclusion of the Le Gruyère European Curling Championships 2014, the World Curling Federation has released its latest world rankings.
Canada continues to dominate the world of curling as they remain at the top of the men’s, women’s
Curling world loses great friend: Philip Dawson
Perth, Scotland December 10, 2012The World Curling Federation expresses its sympathy following the death of former International Curling Federation President, Philip Dawson.
Photo courtesy of RCCC\'>Philip Dawson, 1920-2012 Photo courtesy of RCCC
Philip died peacefully at home in Milltimber, Abe
Sweden tops women’s rankings after Vancouver 2010 Olympics
Perth, Scotland March 3, 2010PERTH, SCOTLAND – Following Anette Norberg and her team’s historic second gold medal win in the women’s curling competition at the Vancouver 2010 Olympic Winter Games, Sweden has moved up to the No1 spot of the World Curling Federation women’s wor