Broadcast schedule for World Mixed Doubles 2022

Team Canada at the World Mixed Doubles Curling Championship 2019 - © WCF / Alina Pavlyuchik

World Curling TV will be broadcasting 32 games from the World Mixed Doubles Curling Championship 2022 in Geneva, Switzerland.

Additionally, every sheet during all sessions will be available to view on The Curling Channel‘s static cameras provided by CurlCast. These games do not include commentary and can be selected to watch using fewer Recast credits than a full World Curling TV production.

Watch live games exclusively on The Curling Channel in partnership with Recast.

All times are CEST (Central European Summer Time) which is Coordinated Universal Time (UTC) +2 hours.

Saturday 23 April

10:00 – Italy v Japan (NHK), Switzerland v Estonia (Swiss TV)

14:00 – Czech Republic v United States (Peacock and Olympic Channel)

18:00 – Sweden v Switzerland (Swiss TV), Japan v Estonia (NHK)

Sunday 24 April

10:00 – United States v Turkey (Peacock and Olympic Channel)

14:00 – Italy v Korea, Japan v Switzerland (NHK, Swiss TV)

18:00 – United States v Spain (Peacock and Olympic Channel)

Monday 25 April

10:00 – Finland v Switzerland (Swiss TV), Japan v Norway (NHK)

14:00 – Scotland v Canada (TSN1/3, RDS), United States v Germany (Peacock and Olympic Channel)

18:00 – New Zealand v Japan (NHK), Switzerland v Denmark (Swiss TV)

Tuesday 26 April

10:00 – England v United States (Peacock and Olympic Channel)

14:00 – Switzerland v Norway (Swiss TV), Korea v Japan (NHK)

18:00 – Canada v Czech Republic (TSN4/5, RDS), Scotland v United States (Peacock and Olympic Channel)

Wednesday 27 April

10:00 – Denmark v Japan (NHK), Italy v Switzerland (Swiss TV)

14:00 – Australia v United States (Peacock and Olympic Channel), England v Canada (TSN1/3)

18:00 – Japan v Finland (NHK), Switzerland v New Zealand (Swiss TV)

Thursday 28 April

10:00 – United States v Hungary (Peacock and Olympic Channel)

14:00 – Switzerland v Korea (Swiss TV), Sweden v Japan (NHK)

18:00 – Canada v United States (TSN1, RDS, Peacock and Olympic Channel)

Friday 29 April

9:00 – Sweden v Germany Qualifier 1 (TSN1, RDS, Peacock and Olympic Channel US, Olympic Channel World)

12:30 – Qualifier 2 (TSN1, RDS, Peacock and Olympic Channel US and Olympic Channel World)

16:00 – Semi-final 1 (TSN1/4, RDS, Peacock and Olympic Channel US, Olympic Channel World and Swiss TV)

19:30 – Semi-final 2 (TSN4, RDS, Peacock and Olympic Channel US, Olympic Channel World, Swiss TV)

Saturday 30 April

10:00 – Bronze medal game (TSN1, RDS, Peacock and Olympic Channel)
14:00 – Gold medal game (Swiss TV, TSN1, RDS, Peacock and Olympic Channel)

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Geneva, Switzerland

19 April 2022
#WMDCC2022
World Mixed Doubles Curling Championship