Effective as per the timelines detailed below, Curling Alberta will make COVID-19 vaccinations mandatory to participate in Curling Alberta events including its competitions, camps, clinics, and meetings. This policy will be in effect for all athletes, coaches, officials, staff, contractors, volunteers, media, and fans 12 years of age and older. All Curling Alberta coaches, instructors,
The next stop on the Alberta Curling Tour is the Saville Shootout. This will be the 15th year that the Saville Community Sports Centre features a women’s tour event in September, and of course, this will be its first time on the Alberta Curling Tour! Typically known for its high-tier competitions, this year is no
As of September 9, 2021, Curling Alberta is making an amendment to its team eligibility rules for all sanctioned Curling Alberta events including provincial qualifiers, provincial championships, and Alberta Curling Tour events. Curling Alberta made this decision to become consistent with the World Curling Federation’s team eligibility guidelines, and create more flexibility for curlers in
Curling Alberta is currently reviewing its return to play and vaccination policies. More information will be made available in an announcement following Curling Alberta’s next board meeting on September 12. We ask for your patience during this process, as no further information can be provided at this time.
Unfortunate news today, as the Sport, Physical Activity and Recreation (SPAR) Branch of Culture and Status of Women have made the decision not to proceed with the 2022 Alberta Winter Games. Given the time required to prepare for an Alberta Winter Games, the prolonged effect of COVID-19, and the number of sport events that have
Curling Alberta is excited to announce that registration for the remainder of all sanctioned events in the 2020-21 season has opened. CLICK HERE to see the entire schedule and to register your team! For a printable version of the schedule of events, please CLICK HERE.
Curling Alberta is delighted to announce that Britney Andersen, our Competitions Coordinator for Southern Alberta, and her husband welcomed a perfect baby boy, Zander Solbakken Andersen, into the world on August 21st. Britney will be taking the year off to focus on her new role as a mother, and although she will be sorely missed
Alberta Curling Series Men’s & Women’s @ Leduc Curling Club The first event on Alberta Curling Tour kicks off this weekend in Leduc, AB! A men’s and women’s event, provided by the Alberta Curling Series, will showcase 12 women’s teams and 8 men’s teams all weekend. Fans may recognize teams from past provincial and national
Curling Alberta and the Alberta Junior Curling Tour (AJCT) have made an amendment to an Alberta Junior Team Ranking System (AJTRS) rule pertaining to U20 teams with overage players. Acknowledging the unique nature of the 2021-22 curling season, the following amendment was made to age eligibility for AJTRS points: “Any team registered for the World
U25 and U20 curling teams, Curling Alberta is looking for you to apply to our Excel Team Program. Curling Alberta will include 6 U20 teams (3 men’s, 3 women’s) and 4 U25 teams (2 men’s, 2 women’s) in the Excel Team Program for the 2021/22 curling season. Interested teams must send applications to email@example.com by