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PACC 2013: Day 5 Review

Following the fifth day of play, China, Korea, Japan and New Zealand women and Japan, New Zealand and China men have all qualified for the semi-finals of the Pacific-Asia Curling Championships 2013 being held in Shanghai... Read More

2012 Pacific Asia Junior Men

The Australian National Junior mens team recently returned from competing at the 2012 Pacific Asia Junior Curling Championships in Jeonju, South Korea. The team of Angus Young (skip), Dean Hewitt (third), Max Thomas (se... Read More

New Rocks in use at the Ice House

Curling in Victoria took another huge step forward with the introduction of our new rocks at the Ice House in Melbourne. To celebrate this occasion a bonspiel was held with 70 curlers taking part. The curlers were led ... Read More

Junior Women Compete at PAJCC 2012 - Korea

After the year-long preparation for this annual junior curling competition, the players were keen to play their best and to improve on previous year’s results. The junior women’s team started the competiti... Read More

2014 Winter Olympic Games Qualification System

The World Curling Federation has announced the qualification system for the 2014 Games in Sochi, Russia deciding the 10 countries that will compete in both the Men's and Women's tournament. In summary: National F... Read More

Australia Wins 2011 World Senior Men's Bronze

At the World Senior's the Men's team of: Hugh Millikin John Theriault Jim Allan Dave Thomas Tom Kidd Jay Merchant (coach) Successfully held on in the Extra End of the Bronze Medal game to win 8-3 over Denmark. ... Read More

Wrap up from 2010 Pacific Junior Curling Championships

Recently the National junior men’s and women’s teams competed in the Pacific Junior Curling Championships held in Naseby, New Zealand. For both teams this has become a familiar venue after having already be... Read More

2009 Australian Senior Men’s Curling Championships

The same weekend of the Mixed Doubles championship – the Senior Men’s championship was being contested as well. With only 2 teams in a double knock-out format when a team has it’s second win they will ... Read More

2009 Pacific Curling Championships – Intro

November brings that time of year when the Pacific Curling Championships take place for the Men and Women’s National teams from Asia and Oceania. This year Japan hosts the tournament in Karuizawa. You probably re... Read More

Autograph Session - WMCC 2008

During the World's there is a formally organised Autograph session each day. This afternoon was our turn to sign autographs on paper, shirts, flags and random body parts. The session happens in the Broken Broom lo... Read More

Updated Anti-Doping Rules in Effect January 2009

Following changes to the World Anti-Doping Code, the WCF Anti-Doping Rules introduced in July 2004, have been amended, we’ve included a copy on this website for reference: WCFAnti-Doping Rules09. These new rules b... Read More

You Won Silver - are you happy with that?

Now that I've returned to Australia, a lot of people are asking about the Pacific's and how we did. When I reply that we brought home the Silver Medal - most people don't know if that is good or bad :) In short... Read More

Historic Australian and NZ Curling Video

Ok – Historic might be a bit dramatic. The video is from November 2004. The video focuses on the last shot of the game we made versus China in the Semi-Final of the 2004 Pacific Championships to qualify the 2005... Read More

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