Upcoming Events

DECEMBER 2022

Australian National Championships

Disciplines: Mixed Doubles/Wheelchair Mixed Doubles/Men’s Seniors/Women’s Seniors

  • Date: 15 – 18 December 2022
  • Location: Naseby, New Zealand
  • Event Website: https://curling.org.au/mixed-doubles-seniors-nationals-2022/
  • Event Details: Team nominations for the Mixed Doubles, Wheelchair Mixed Doubles, Senior Men’s and Senior Women’s events being held in Naseby, NZ commencing on Thursday 15 December 2022 and finishing on Sunday 18 December 2022. See webpage for further details.

AUGUST 2022

Kick Start the Quad Training Camp

  • Date: 12 – 14 August 2022
  • Location: Naseby, New Zealand
  • Event Website: https://curling.org.au/camp-kick-start-2022/
  • Event Details: The Australian Curling Federation (ACF) plans to invigorate curling in Australia and develop our next set of Olympians. We are holding a “Kick Start the Quad*” Curling Camp as we emerge from two years of Covid-19 restrictions. See webpage for further details.

Australian National Championships

Disciplines: Mixed Doubles/Wheelchair Mixed Doubles/Men’s Seniors/Women’s Seniors

  • Date: 15 – 21 August 2022
  • Location: Naseby, New Zealand
  • Event Website: https://curling.org.au/nationals-2022/
  • Event Details:  Team nominations are being sought for the Men’s, Women’s, Mixed (Fours), Junior Men’s, Junior Women’s and Wheelchair (Fours) events being held in Naseby, NZ commencing on Monday 15 August 2022 and finishing on Sunday 21 August 2022. See webpage for further details.

OCTOBER 2022

2022 World Mixed (Fours) Curling Championships (WMxCC)

  • Date: 15 – 22 October 2022
  • Location: Aberdeen, Scotland
  • Event Website: https://worldcurling.org/events/wmxcc2022
  • Event Details: The World Mixed Curling Championship is an open entry event, for the World Curling Federation’s 67 Member Associations. Teams are mixed gender, consisting of two female and two male athletes. Mixed curling is played following the same rules as ‘traditional’ curling with the exception that games will be played up to a maximum of eight ends, delivery rotation alternates between each gender and the skip and vice-skip must be from the opposite gender. Also, teams do not have alternates. 2022 is the sixth edition of this world championship and the second time it has been held in Scotland. The event was cancelled in 2021 due to Covid-19 related challenges. Eligibility for an Australian team representation is based on the Eligibility and Selection document located here.

NOVEMBER 2022

2022 Pan-Continental Curling Championships (PCCC & PCCCB)

  • Dates: A Division 31 October – 6 November, B Division 30 October -5 November 2022
  • Location: Calgary, Canada
  • Event Website A Division: https://worldcurling.org/events/pccc2022
  • Event Website B Division: https://worldcurling.org/events/pcccb2022
  • Event Details: The Pan-Continental Curling Championships will now replace the Pacific-Asia Curling Championships and the Americas Challenge beginning in the 2022–2023 season and will feature teams from both the Americas and the Pacific-Asia zones. These championships have been introduced in order to offer developing Member Associations from the Americas and Pacific-Asia zones an opportunity to compete on an equal playing field, giving them a chance to improve their World Rankings and offer a consistent platform for improvement. The championships will be separated into two divisions to follow the successful model of the European Curling Championships. The Pan-Continental Curling Championships A-Division will feature eight men’s and women’s teams. The first edition of the championships will consist of the top five Pacific-Asia zone members and the top three Americas zone members. The last ranked member in both the women’s and men’s competitions will be relegated to the B-Division for the following season. Eligibility for an Australian team representation is based on the Eligibility and Selection document located here.

World Wheelchair B Curling Championships (WWhBCC)

  • Date: 3-10 November 2022
  • Location: Lohja, Finland
  • Event Website: https://worldcurling.org/events/wwhbcc2022
  • Event Details: The World Wheelchair-B Curling Championship is open to mixed gender teams from World Curling Federation Member Associations that have not already qualified for the next World Wheelchair Curling Championship. The three medal winning teams qualify for the World Wheelchair Curling Championship. Eligibility for an Australian team representation is based on the Eligibility and Selection document located here.

DECEMBER 2022

World Junior B Curling Championships (WJBCC)

  • Date: 8-19 Dec 2022
  • Location: Lohja, Finland
  • Event Website: https://worldcurling.org/events/wjbcc-2022
  • 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. Eligibility for an Australian team representation is based on the Eligibility and Selection document located here.

Australian National Championships

Disciplines: Mixed Doubles, Wheelchair MD, Seniors

  • Date: 15-18 Dec 2022 (provisional)
  • Location: Naseby, New Zealand
  • Event Website: TBA
  • Event Details: Eligibility for an Australian team representation is based on the Eligibility and Selection document located here. Details of nominations and competition will be released closer to the time.

JANUARY 2023

World University Games 2023 (WUG)

  • Date: 12-22 Jan 2023 (provisional)
  • Location: Lake Placid, United States
  • Event Website: https://worldcurling.org/events/wug2023
  • Event Details: The Winter World University Games is the largest multi-sport winter event in the world, after the Winter Olympics. University students between the ages of 17 and 25 are eligible to enter. Eligibility for an Australian team representation is based on the Eligibility and Selection document located here.