Supporters

We are delighted to work with a number of partner organisations whose funding and support makes our athlete programme possible. You can visit some of those partners' websites via the links below.

 

British Curling's members

Royal Caledonian Curling Club  http://.royalcaledoniancurlingclub.org/

 

English Curling Association  www.curlingengland.com



Welsh Curling Association  www.welshcurling.org.uk/

 

Scottish Wheelchair Curling Association
http://royalcaledoniancurlingclub.org/development/disability-programmes/wheelchair-curling/scottish-wheelchair-curling-association-swca/

 

Funders and partners

UK Sport  http://www.uksport.gov.uk/
UK Sport is the nation's high performance sports agency responsible for investing over £100 million per year in Britain's best Olympic and Paralympic athletes.

 

sportscotland  http://www.sportscotland.org.uk/
The lead agency for the development of sport in Scotland, investing expertise, time and public money in developing a world class sporting system at all levels.

 

Scottish Institute of Sport  http://www.sisport.com/
The high performance arm of sportscotland provides expertise to sport and athletes in Scotland, working with its partners to build greater success for Scottish sport.

 

British Olympic Assocation  http://www.teamgb.com/

The BOA is the National Olympic Committee for Great Britain and Northern Ireland and is the designated body responsible for selecting, preparing and leading Olympic athletes as part of TeamGB.

British Curling has received additional support from the BOA that has drawn on the International Olympic Committee's Olympic Solidarity programme fund.  This has helped to support the preparation of teams in qualifying a place for TeamGB at the next Winter Olympic Games and is greatly appreciated.

 

British Paralympic Assocation http://www.paralympics.org.uk/

The BPA is the National Paralympic Committee for Great Britain and Northern Ireland and is the designated body responsible for selecting, preparing and leading Paralympic athletes as part of the ParalympicsGB team.

 

Scottish Disability Sport   http://www.scottishdisabilitysport.com

The Scottish governing and co-coordinating body of all sports for people of all ages and abilities with a physical, sensory or learning disability

 

Winning Students http://www.winningstudents-scotland.ac.uk/
Winning Students is Scotland's national sports scholarship programme supporting students competing in high performance sport.

 

TASS http://www.tass.gov.uk/
The Talented Athlete Scholarship Scheme, or TASS as it is better known, is a unique government backed partnership between talented young athletes, educational institutes and National Governing bodies of sport.

 

Ice rinks

Curl Aberdeen http://www.curl-aberdeen.co.uk/

 

Curl Braehead http://www.curlbraehead.co.uk/

 

Dewars Centre in Perth http://www.dewarscentre.co.uk/

 

Greenacres Curling Club http://www.curl-greenacres.com/ga/

 

The Peak at Stirling Sports Village http://www.the-peak-stirling.org.uk/

 

International Federation

The World Curling Federation  www.worldcurling.org

 

 

 

Our Mission

To provide world class coaches and support programmes to our world class athletes, leading to a culture of consistent podium performances at a world class level.

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