The World Curling Federation is the world governing body of the Olympic winter sport of curling and the Paralympic winter sport of wheelchair curling. Originally founded in 1966 as the International Curling Federation, it changed its name to the World Curling Federation in 1990.
Today, the World Curling Federation is managed by an Executive Board, consisting of a President, three Vice-Presidents, representing the organisation’s three regional zones, and four Directors. They are elected by World Curling’s Member Associations and are supported by staff based at the Headquarters in Perth, Scotland and around the world.
To lead the worldwide curling community through the promotion and development of our unique sport and its distinctive culture and values.
To make the world a better place by expanding the curling community around the world.Worldcurling.org