The New Zealand Curling Association has just completed a 3 day training camp for all prospective NZ curlers at the Naseby indoor curling rink. They were fortunate enough to arrange for 2 top curling coaches in Sharon Delver and Kevin Roucke who arrived from Canada for this camp. Following the camp our NZ men’s and women’s curling teams who will represent us at the Pacific Curling Championships, (19th – 26th Nov 2007, Beijing, China), were selected.

Read more: NZ Rep Teams for 2007-8

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29 June 2016 – The New Zealand Curling Association and NZ Olympic Committee's selection panel have confirmed the nomination procedure for the PyeongChang 2018 Winter Olympic Games.

This will apply to the Winter Olympic events of Mixed Doubles and Men's and Women's Fours.

It is available to read and download here.

A pre-requisite for New Zealand's participation in any of these events is successful qualification.

Read more: Nomination Procedure for PyeongChang 2018

NZ Curling Championships
Brett Sargon's stone about to be swept by Kenny Thomson and Phil Dowling. Photo © Rob Potter / NZCA

11 Jul 2016 – Teams Peter de Boer and Chelsea Farley went undefeated through the competition to secure the gold medals at the 2016 NZ Curling Championships last weekend.

In the Women’s final, Chelsea Farley, Thivya Jeyaranjan Tessa Farley and Eleanor Adviento had a 10-2 win over Jessica Smith, Holly Thompson, Waverley Taylor and Bridget Becker.

Peter de Boer, Brett Sargon, Kenny Thomson and Phil Dowling – all current or former NZ representatives – beat the under-21 side of Matthew Neilson, Simon Neilson, Ben Smith and Dylan Boulton-Voice 7-3 in the Men's final.

Read more: Perfect records secure NZ Championships

Team Hamish Walker
Team Walker in the opening round. Photo © Liz Matthews / NZCA

22 Jul 2016 – Simon and Matthew Neilson won their third New Zealand Under-21 Championship title in Dunedin last weekend.

They combined with Ben Smith and Josh Whyte for a 2-1 win in the best of three final series against Hamish Walker, Hunter Walker, Bailey Dowling and Luke Holden.

Jessica Smith, Holly Thompson and Eloise Pointon had their second consecutive national title, combining with Courtney Smith to win the Junior Women's gold medal.

Read more: Third Junior title for Neilson brothers

Sport Palace, Kazan
World Mixed Championship venue, the Sport Palace in Kazan, Russia. Photo © WCF

1 Aug 2016 – New Zealand's Curling selectors have confirmed the national sides to compete at the World Mixed and the World Junior B Curling Championships in Europe during the coming international season.

Brett Sargon, Thivya Jeyaranjan, Kieran Ford and Emily Whelan will represent New Zealand at the 2016 World Mixed event in Kazan, Russia in mid-October. Whelan replaces Eleanor Adviento from the winning side at this year's NZ Championship, with the latter being unavailable because of University exams.

Read more: Teams confirmed for Europe
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