• Crucial Olympic Wins for Great Britain, Norway

    Great Britain's Kyle Smith (photo) and Thomas Ulsrud from Norway get important wins in Olympic Men's Curling draw 8 to improve to 3-3.

  • Homan Dominant in Canada's Win Over USA

    Gangneung, Republic of Korea - Canada won their first game of the Olympic Winter Games PyeongChang 2018 women's curling event on Saturday night, with an 11-3 win over the United States in the Gangneung Curling Centre.

  • Sweden Men Drop Canada to Top Olympic Standings

    Gangneung, Republic of Korea -- Sweden's Niklas Edin defeated Kevin Koe of Canada in Saturday afternoon's sixth session of men's round-robin play at the Olympic Winter Games PyeongChang 2018.

  • Sweden Women Stand Alone at Top of Olympic Table

    (Photo: Sara McManus, Sweden Third) Gangneung, Republic of Korea -- Sweden moved into a clear lead at the top of the women's rankings with an 8-7 win over Switzerland in Saturday morning's fifth round-robin session at the Olympic Winter Games PyeongChang 2018.

  • Einarson and Sweeting Join Forces

    Manitoba's Kerri Einarson will join forces with Val Sweeting for the next Olympic cycle, announcing their lineup on Facebook today.

  • Americans Fight Through Olympic Day

    American squads Nina Roth (pictured), John Shuster rally from big deficits, but fall short in end.

  • Japan Leading Olympic Women's Curling Field

    Japan women remain undefeated to top the Olympic table; Canada's Rachel Homan starts 0-2.

  • Canada's Koe Top Of Olympic Curling Standings

    Gangneung, Republic of Korea - In a game that was tighter than the 7-4 result indicates, Canada beat Norway in Thursday afternoon's third session of men's round-robin play at the Olympic Winter Games PyeongChang 2018 to stand alone at the top of the table, undefeated.

  • New ISS World Mixed Doubles Curling Tour Coordinator

    Alina Biktimirova of Moscow, Russia joins the World Curling Tour Organization as its new ISS World Mixed Doubles Curling Tour Coordinator replacing Laurence Bidaud in that role.

  • Mixed Doubles Coordinator Steps Down

    (PHOTO: Laurence Bidaud (left) with WCT CEO Armin Harder) Laurence Bidaud steps down as ISS World Mixed Doubles Curling Tour Coordinator.