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The World Curling Federation is the international sport federation governing the Olympic winter sports of curling and the Paralympic winter sport of wheelchair curling. The World Curling Federation is one of seven International Federations currently part of the Olympic Winter Games programme. It represents 61 Member Associations and is generally acknowledged to direct one of the fastest-growing international winter sports.

 

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Tickets for the LGT World Women’s Curling Championship 2019 in Silkeborg, Denmark, from 16 to 24 March, are now on sale.

Silkeborg is Denmark’s outdoor capital with its epic lakes and forests, but in March attention will shift to the Silkeborg Sportscenter as the world’s best curlers come together to compete for the women’s world title.

 

So far, 11 of the 13 nations are qualified:

Denmark
Sweden (Olympic and European champion nation)
Canada (World champion nation)
Russia
United States
Germany
Japan
Scotland
South Korea
Latvia
Switzerland

 

The final two teams will be determined at the new World Qualification Event in Naseby, New Zealand from 18 to 23 January.

 

Denmark is easy to get to and easy to get around. The nearest airport is Billund Airport – 75 km (one hour drive).

 

Silkeborg and the surrounding Lake District is a fantastic – and at times forgotten – gem in the Danish landscape. With more than 50 lakes and a forest area, which stretches beyond 224 square kilometers Silkeborg Søhøjlandet is the largest nature area in the entire country.

 

International curling championships have been held regularly in Denmark, in recent years. The World Junior Curling Championships 2016 were held in Taarnby, Copenhagen; while the Le Gruyère AOP European Curling Championships 2015 took place in Esbjerg. Esbjerg also played host to the Capital One World Women’s Curling Championship 2011. With this in mind, the local organising committee has plenty of experience and is looking forward to another great sporting event in Denmark.

 

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No matter your budget, Silkeborg has accommodation to suit your needs. In Silkeborg, you will find spectacular surroundings, great art and the wonderful tastes of Nordic Cuisine.

 

The World Women’s Curling Championship 2019 is organised by The Danish Curling Federation in collaboration with the City of Silkeborg, Sport Event Denmark and the World Curling Federation.

 

To engage with the World Curling Federation on social media in the build to the LGT World Women’s Curling Championship 2019 follow it on Twitter, Instagram (@worldcurling) and Facebook (/WorldCurlingFederation) and use the hashtags when posting: #WWCC2019 #curling

 

Worth noting

The World Curling Federation is the international sport federation governing the Olympic winter sports of curling and the Paralympic winter sport of wheelchair curling. The World Curling Federation is one of seven International Federations currently part of the Olympic Winter Games programme. It represents 61 Member Associations and is generally acknowledged to direct one of the fastest-growing international winter sports.

 

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Tickets for the LGT World Women’s Curling Championship 2019 in Silkeborg, Denmark, from 16 to 24 March, are now on sale.

Vil du være med til at støtte de danske curlingkvinder? Curlingkvinderne er kvalificeret til at spille VM på hjemmebane i Silkeborg til marts 2019 i Silkeborg Sportscenter.

 

I løbet af de første syv dage afvikles Round Robin hvor alle hold møder alle. De 8 bedste går videre til play-off efterfulgt af semi-finaler lørdag den 23. marts 2019.

 

På finaledagen den 24. marts 2019 spilles to kampe – bronzekamp og finalen.

 

Køb billetter på billetten.dk eller wwcc2019.dk

 

Bag VM i curling for kvinder står Dansk Curling Forbund i samarbejde med Silkeborg kommune og Sport Event Denmark.

Silkeborg is Denmark’s outdoor capital with its epic lakes and forests, but in March attention will shift to the Silkeborg Sportscenter as the world’s best curlers come together to compete for the women’s world title.

 

So far, 11 of the 13 nations are qualified:

Denmark
Sweden (Olympic and European champion nation)
Canada (World champion nation)
Russia
United States
Germany
Japan
Scotland
South Korea
Latvia
Switzerland

 

The final two teams will be determined at the new World Qualification Event in Naseby, New Zealand from 18 to 23 January.

 

Denmark is easy to get to and easy to get around. The nearest airport is Billund Airport – 75 km (one hour drive).

 

Silkeborg and the surrounding Lake District is a fantastic – and at times forgotten – gem in the Danish landscape. With more than 50 lakes and a forest area, which stretches beyond 224 square kilometers Silkeborg Søhøjlandet is the largest nature area in the entire country.

 

International curling championships have been held regularly in Denmark, in recent years. The World Junior Curling Championships 2016 were held in Taarnby, Copenhagen; while the Le Gruyère AOP European Curling Championships 2015 took place in Esbjerg. Esbjerg also played host to the Capital One World Women’s Curling Championship 2011. With this in mind, the local organising committee has plenty of experience and is looking forward to another great sporting event in Denmark.

 

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No matter your budget, Silkeborg has accommodation to suit your needs. In Silkeborg, you will find spectacular surroundings, great art and the wonderful tastes of Nordic Cuisine.

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The World Women’s Curling Championship 2019 is organised by The Danish Curling Federation in collaboration with the City of Silkeborg, Sport Event Denmark and the World Curling Federation.

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To engage with the World Curling Federation on social media in the build to the LGT World Women’s Curling Championship 2019 follow it on Twitter, Instagram (<strong>@worldcurling</strong>) and Facebook (<strong>/WorldCurlingFederation</strong>) and use the hashtags when posting: <strong>#WWCC2019 #curling</strong>