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The Spirit of Curling
The Spirit of Curling is a commonly used term in the sport. It refers to the respect curlers show, not only to one another, but also to the sport itself. It is encapsulated by the saying that a curler would rather lose than win unfairly.
Photo: WCF/Richard Gray\'>Respect is one of the fundamental p
About the WCF
Mission Statement The World Curling Federation represents curling internationally and facilitates the growth of the sport through a network of Member Associations/Federations.
About the WCF The World Curling Federation is the world governing body of the Olympic Winter Sport of Curling and the
World Curling Federation suspends membership of SportAccord
Perth, Scotland May 21, 2015Following the recent public statements by the SportAccord President to the organisation\'s Annual General Assembly in Sochi and the subsequent reiteration of these comments, the World Curling Federation (WCF) Board took the decision on Wednesday evening (20 May 2015) to su
Curling mourns the loss of junior US curler
May 4, 2012 Perth, ScotlandThe world of curling is deeply saddened to learn of the sudden death of Elizabeth Busche. The junior US curler from Duluth, Minnesota, died of a rare cancer on Thursday 3 May at the age of 19.
\'>Elizabeth Busche (1992-2012)
The Federation extends its sincerest condol
Curling statue unveiled in Olympic Park at Olympic Museum
Lausanne, Switzerland September 16, 2014The World Curling Federation has become the first Olympic Winter sport to have a sculpture placed in the Olympic Park at the Olympic Museum in Lausanne, Switzerland.
Photo: Curling Club Lausanne Olympique\'> Photo: Curling Club Lausanne Olympique