The World Curling Federation (WCF) is the world governing body of the Olympic winter sport of curling and the Paralympic winter sport of wheelchair curling. The mission of WCF is to lead the worldwide curling community through the promotion and development of our sport, our culture and our values. The “Roaring Game” is enjoyed by everyone—young and old, male and female, and at recreational or high-performance skill levels.
Mayfield Curling is a proud member of the United States Curling Association (USCA). The USCA is the national governing body for the Olympic sport of curling and Paralympic sport of wheelchair curling in the USA. You can follow national and international events, read athlete bios, read the current rules, and much more.
Mayfield Curling is one of fifteen (and growing) regional members of the Great Lakes Curling Association (GLCA). Here you can find links to the other member sites, follow the regional playdowns schedule, and keep up with other regional curling news.
The United States Women’s Curling Association (USWCA) was formed to promote and conserve the best interests and the true spirit of the game of curling. The USWCA unites women’s curling clubs throughout the United States to cultivate friendly relations among its members and their clubs, to promote international friendships, to preserve the tradition and literature of the game and to hold women’s curling events each year.
The Curling Canada (CCA) is to inspire and lead all Canadians, from playground to podium, to make curling a part of their lives in the way that they enjoy it most by fostering an environment and system that allows them to achieve their personal goals. Here you can follow some of the top performers in the world and buy tickets for any major Canadian events, including the Briar and the Scotties Tournament of Hearts.
The Chris Moore Legacy Fund seeks to award several travel stipends to grassroots U-18 teams and to support/recruit coaches for the U-18 level. Chris Moore had a keen passion for the sport of curling and worked for many years to bring curling into national prominence as a legitimate sport. Chris had long served on the USCA Board of Directors as a regional representative, Treasurer and Vice President of Championships. He was the sitting President of USCA when he lost his battle with cancer in the winter of 2009. Chris’ legacy continues at Mayfield Curling Club through his wife Tracie, son Mike, and granddaughter Laine Christy; who are avid Mayfield Curling members.
To keep the future of our sport vibrant, please consider making a tax-deductible gift to: The Chris Moore Legacy Fund, c/o USA Curling National Office at 5525 Clem’s Way, Stevens Point, WI 54482