Events Coming Up This Weekend 19/10/2017 – 23/10/2017
Stirling Wheelchair Curling International Invitational, The Peak, Stirling 17/10/2017 – 20/10/2017
Teams from all over the world are competing in this event, at The Peak. Russia and Scotland headed the field on 4-0, yesterday, with Finland close behind. Scotland had faced Korea to reach that position, in a fantastic game against very dangerous opponents. Tomorrow marks the final day in this competition.
Scottish Teams On Tour
Canada Inns Women’s Classic, Portage la Prairie, Manitoba, Canada, WCT 20/10/2017 – 23/10/2017
Team Muirhead head back to Canada ahead of the next Grand Slam of Curling. This is a high quality Canadian and international field including the top 4 teams in the world. Chinese, Swedish, Swiss and GB Olympic reps are all playing.
Arena Challenge de Curling de Gatineau, Gatinaeu, Quebec, Canada, WCT 19/10/2017 – 22/10/2017
Team Smith head back to Canada ahead of the next Grand Slam of Curling. Again, another very high quality field with some of the best teams from Ontario and Quebec and an international flavour including Swiss, Chinese, Japanese and GB Olympic reps. Overall purse of $41,000 CAD.
Curling Masters, Champery, Switzerland, World Curling Tour competition (WCT) 19/10/2017 – 23/10/2017
There are three Scottish teams in this competition: Teams Brewster, Dummond and Mouat. All teams are looking to continue their early season momentum after successful showings in Canada in September. All eyes will be on newly crowned world mixed champion Grant Hardie; looking for more Champery success playing third for Team Mouat.
Vision Impaired Curling Course, The Peak, Stirling 21/10/2017
On Saturday we are holding our ‘Curling with Vision Impaired Curlers’ course at the National Curling Academy, Stirling. Brenda Whyte from Forth Valley Sensory Centre will present a guiding section and experienced coaches from the VICKS (Vision Impaired Curlers Kinross) will share their passion for curling. Coaches will try out glasses designed to simulate various visual impairments and experience coaching some new participants with vision impairment who are trying curling for the first time. We hope that clubs find this session inspiring, and enabling.