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First Meeting of WCF Athlete Commission
Copenhagen, Denmark 1 September 2013The six members of the World Curling Federation’s newly-formed Athlete Commission met for the first time during the 2nd Annual World Curling Congress in Copenhagen, Denmark this weekend.
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ADAMS (Anti-Doping & Administration Management System)
Please find below documents and links to the latest information regarding the Anti-Doping Administration & Management System including Whereabouts documents available for download below.
Training & Procedures
ADAMS 3.3 Athletes User Guide
WCF Athlete Commission Survey: Wheelchair Curling
At a recent meeting of the WCF Athlete Commission at the World Curling Congress 2013 in Copenhagen, Denmark, it was agreed to open discussions with wheelchair curlers of all levels of ability throughout the world and seek their views on a number of issues that currently affect the sport.
World Curling Federation elects new president
CORTINA D’AMPEZZO, ITALY April 7, 2010The World Curling Federation has elected Kate Caithness from Scotland as president. Caithness, who has been serving as Vice-President since 2006, was elected to the post, gathering more votes than Les Harrison who was seeking re-election, at the annual gen
Oxana Slesarenko named IPC Athlete of the Month
Bonn, Germany March 8, 2012Oxana Slesarenko, member of Russia’s Wheelchair Curling team, which won gold at the 2012 World Championships in Korea, has been voted the International Paralympic Committee (IPC) Athlete of the Month for February after leading her squad to the 2012 World Championship