So you’ve seen curling on television or someone at work or school is talking about it, but what exactly is this sport of curling all about? Here are the basics that you need to know.
– The Basics of Playing the Game
– Mixed Doubles
– Benefits of Curling
– Basics of Strategy
– Curling “Lingo”
– Curling Ice: The Playing Surface
– Liability & Waiver of Claims
– Safety First (injury prevention)
– Helmut Use Recommendations
Want to find out how you can become a certified curling coach? Looking for coaching resources? You’ve come to the right place!
– Become a Coach
– Coach Training
– Evaluation Requirements
– Coach Development Pathway
– Canada Winter Games Coaches
– Coaching Standards for National Championships
– Transferring “Levels System” to NCCP
– Sunset Dates for Level 3 Program
– Coaching News and FAQs
– Maintenance of Certification
Tips and helpful information for the business side of curling.
– National Business of Curling Symposium *NEW*
– Curling Development Programme (CAP)
– Advocacy Toolkit
– Promotional Posters for Curling Centres
– Growing the Sport: Leveraging 2018
– Child Fitness Tax Credit Receipt Sample
– Round Robin Schedule
– Club Operations Manual
– New Curling Rink Construction
– Best Practices & Tips
– National Curling Club Survey *NEW*
– Profile: The Canadian Curler
– Surveys & Reports
Videos, articles and other helpful information to assist curling ice technicians.
Information on policies for high performance athletes, the sweeping moratorium, anti-doping, tiebreaker scenarios and high performance camp opportunities.
– Alternate Player Policy
– Residency & Eligibility Requirements for Curling Canada Events
– Free Agent & Registration Policy
– Residency & Free Agent Forms
– Seniors Curling – Eligibility Date Change
– Travel Policy to Curling Canada events
– Policy Statement and Guidelines on Discrimination and Harassment
– Obligations of Competitors and Coaches & Dispute Settlement Mechanism
Though curling was started in Scotland, the sport has a long and rich history in Canada.