The International Olympic Committee (IOC) has elected PyeongChang (Republic of Korea) as the host city of the XXIII Olympic Winter Games in 2018 during its 123rd Session in Durban, South Africa.
The Ford Motor Company of Canada has renewed its long-term commitment to the sport of curling by extending its title sponsorship of the World Curling Championships staged in Canada through to 2013,
The World Curling Federation is pleased to announce the availability of two new curling ice making courses.
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.
Switzerland won gold at the 2011 World Mixed Doubles Curling Championship in St Paul, USA on Saturday beating Russia a resounding 11-2 in the final.
In dramatic fashion, Canada stole a 5-4 extra end win over the USA in the Senior Men’s final of the 2011 World Senior Men’s Curling Championship in St Paul, USA.
Mixed Doubles Semifinals Sweden v Russia Switzerland v France Semifinals – take place on Saturday morning (09:00 local) Medal Games – Gold & Bronze – Saturday afternoon (14:00
Women’s Semi-finals Game 1v4: Canada v Switzerland Game 2v3: USA v Sweden Senior Men’s Semi-finals Canada v Australia USA v Denmark Semi-finals – for Senior Men and Senior Women
Senior Men’s Blue Group 1. USA 6-0 (qualified for quarterfinals) 2. England 4-2 (qualified for quarterfinals) 3. Scotland 4-2 (to play quarterfinal qualification game against Germany) 4.
Mixed Doubles Blue Group 1. Switzerland 7-0 (qualified for quarterfinals) 2. Russia 5-2 (qualified for quarterfinals) 3=Denmark 4-3 3=Slovakia 4-3 3=Canada 4-3 6. Norway 2-5 7. England 1-6 8.
In the last two weeks, the world of curling has lost two great friends who made a great contribution to the sport in very different ways.
Senior Men’s Blue Group USA 6-0 (qualified for QF) Scotland 4-1 England 3-2 Japan 3-2 Hungary 2-3 France 0-5 Netherlands 0-5 Senior Men’s Red Group Canada 5-0 (qualified for
Mixed Doubles Blue Group Switzerland 5-0 Russia 4-1 Denmark 3-2 Slovakia 3-2 Canada 2-4 England 1-4 Italy 1-4 Norway 1-4 Mixed Doubles Red Group Japan 5-1 Sweden 5-1 Hungary 4-2 Finland 3-3
Senior Men’s Blue Group USA 5-0 Japan 3-1 Scotland 3-1 Hungary 2-2 England 2-2 France 0-4 Netherlands 0-5 Senior Men’s Red Group Canada 4-0 Denmark 3-1 Germany 3-2 Sweden