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Please find below links to WCF Programmes and Resources for Athletes, Coaches and Team. Sochi Development Plans Curling Equipment Programme Athletes, Coaches, Teams Trainee Journalist & Photographer Programme 2013/14 WCF Competition Hosting Manual
Wheelchair Athlete Resources
Please find below resources available to download for Wheelchair Athletes. $(function() { $( \"#tabs\" ).tabs({ collapsible: false }); }); Downloads  Wheelchair Curling Classification RulesPDF113Kb WCF Classification Master List 2014 (Updated 1 December 2014)PDF63KbSome files m
Education
The education of athletes, coaches and medical professionals is critical to the success of any anti-doping programme. Below is some information which is designed to assist all in understanding the processes of doping control and the implications of doping in our sport.
About Wheelchair Curling
Wheelchair curling was first introduced during the 2000 World Handi Ski Championship in Crans Montana Switzerland. Switzerland and Sweden were the only countries trying the sport at the time and three teams (two from Switzerland and one from Sweden) attended a seminar/workshop along with a repres
What makes a curling championship?
By Sarah Lane, WCF Trainee Journalist November 26, 2014To an outsider, hosting a World Curling Federation (WCF) championship event might seem simple and straightforward. However, the amount of work that goes into hosting a championship can be very surprising.