Upcoming Events

December 2019

2019 World Junior “B” World Curling Championships

  • Date: December 11 to December 18, 2019
  • Location: Lohja, Finland
  • Event Website: https://worldcurling.org/events/wjbcc2019 
  • Event Details: The World Junior-B Curling Championships are open to junior teams from all World Curling Federation Member Associations that have not already qualified for the World Junior Curling Championships. The top three women’s and men’s teams will qualify from this event to the World Junior Curling Championships.  Australia has representation in both the Junior Women and Junior Men events.

January 2020

2020 World Qualification Event

  • Date: January 13 to January 18, 2020
  • Location: Lohja, Finland
  • Event Websitehttps://worldcurling.org/events/wqe2020
  • Event Details:  The World Qualification Event is for eight women’s and eight men’s teams – one host, one Americas team, two Pacific-Asia teams and four European teams.  The winners and the runners-up qualify for the respective women’s and men’s World Curling Championships.  The Australian Women’s team will be competing in this event.

April 2020

2020 World Mixed Doubles Curling Championships

  • Date: April 18 to April 25, 2020
  • Location: Kelowna, British Columbia, Canada
  • Event Websitehttps://worldcurling.org/events/wmdcc2020
  • Event Details: The World Mixed Doubles Curling Championship is for 20 teams, of one female and one male player, from the World Curling Federation’s Americas, European and Pacific-Asia zones. It is where teams gain qualification points for the Olympic Winter Games.  The team of Dean Hewitt and Tahli Gill will be representing Australia and hoping to improve on their awesome 4th place finish from the 2019 World Mixed Doubles Championships.

April 2020

2020 World Senior Championships

  • Date: April 18 to April 25, 2020
  • Location: Kelowna, British Columbia, Canada
  • Event Websiteshttps://worldcurling.org/events/wscc2020
  • Event Details: The World Senior Curling Championships are open entry for teams from each gender from the World Curling Federation 61 Member Associations. The players must not be less than 50 years of age by the end of the 30th day of June of the year immediately preceding the year in which the World Senior Curling Championships take place.  Australia will have representation in both the Men’s and Women’s events.

Because these championships are open entry events they regularly attract teams from over 40 of the World Curling Federation’s 61 Member Associations.