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First recorded evidence of Curling being played in Scotland and the Netherlands
Grand Caledonian Curling Club established in Scotland. First Rules of Curling are drawn up.
Grand Caledonian Curling Club becomes the Royal Caledonian Curling Club (RCCC)
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
History of Curling
Curling has been described as the “Roarin’ Game”, with the “roar” coming from the noise of a granite stone as it travels over the ice. The exact origins of the game, however, are unclear, but curling is widely believed to be one of the world’s oldest team sports.
Malcolm Richardson to be awarded 2010 World Curling Freytag Award
Aberdeen, Scotland December 7, 2009The World Curling Federation (WCF) has announced that Malcolm Richardson, former President of the European Curling Federation (ECF), will be awarded the 2010 World Curling Freytag Award.
WCF Photo\'>Malcolm Richardson WCF Photo
The announcement was made during t
Perth, Scotland to host 2011 World Junior Championships
PERTH, SCOTLAND May 20, 2010The World Curling Federation (WCF) and Scotland’s Royal Caledonian Curling Club have announced that Perth, Scotland will host the World Junior Curling Championships in 2011. The event will return to the Dewars Centre and will be staged from 5-13th March 2011.