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President's Newsletter: September 2018

You can now read the President's Newsletter for September

Member Association Spotlight: September 2018

A vital part of our President's Newsletter, this page is here to celebrate the great development work our 61 Member Associations are doing all over the world.

Members vote to change World Mixed Doubles format and first African Member joins at AGA 2018

The Members Associations of the World Curling Federation have voted to change the format of the World Mixed Doubles Curling Championship after an emergency motion was made by the representatives at the Annual General Assembly in Budapest, Hungary. This event will change from an open entry format to a 20 team world championship and a separate open entry World Challenge, from the 2019-2020 season.

Canada complete Curling World Cup clean sweep with men’s win

Canada are guaranteed one team in each discipline at the Curling World Cup Grand Final, in Beijing, China next May, after their women’s, men’s and mixed doubles teams won each final at the inaugural Curling World Cup leg in the Suzhou Olympic Sports Centre in Suzhou, China.

Canada win women’s Curling World Cup event in Suzhou, China

Rachel Homan put in a flawless performance to lead Canada to a 7-3 victory over Sweden in the women's final at the Curling World Cup first leg in Suzhou, China. The Canadian skip has been a class act all week and was the star turn once more in a final which her rink dominated throughout.

Canada win first-ever Curling World Cup mixed doubles finals

Laura Walker and Kirk Muyres gave Canada the perfect start to Curling World Cup finals day in Suzhou, China with victory in the mixed doubles final over the United States. Their 7-3 victory, in the brand new Suzhou Olympic Sports Centre, hinged on a steal for three points in the fifth end as United States' Sarah Anderson got the wrong line with a takeout shot.

World Curling Federation position on McLaren Report investigation

The World Curling Federation has today (Sunday 9 September) announced that no further action will be taken on curlers implicated in the McLaren Reports, published in July and December 2016. These reports, commissioned and published by the World Anti-Doping Agency investigated allegations of state-sponsored doping in Russia and at the Olympic Winter Games Sochi 2014.