The World Mixed Curling Championship is an open entry event, for the World Curling Federation’s 69 Member Associations. Teams are mixed gender and there are some variations in games compared to ‘traditional’ curling.World Mixed Curling Championship 2022. 15 October – 22 October 2022 | Aberdeen, Scotland.TSN TV – ORDER NOW
Aberdeen, Scotland will host the first event of the 2022–2023 World Curling season, the World Mixed Curling Championship.
35 teams will play for the world mixed curling champions title from 15–22 October in Curl Aberdeen, a state of the art six-sheet curling facility situated to the west of Aberdeen.
This will be the sixth edition of the championship, the last being held in 2019 at the same venue. Three years ago, Canada was crowned world champions after defeating Germany in the final. Norway earned the bronze medals.
The participating teams are divided into four groups.
Group A: Canada, Denmark, Finland, Hong Kong, India, Korea, New Zealand, Portugal and Slovenia
Group B: Croatia, Spain, Estonia, Germany, Italy, Netherlands, United States and Wales
Group C: Australia, Austria, England, Hungary, Luxemburg, Mexico, Scotland, Switzerland and Slovakia
Group D: Czech Republic, Ireland, Japan, Latvia, Nigeria, Norway, Sweden, Chinese Taipei and Ukraine.
In Norway’s line-up men’s world champion and Olympic silver medallist Christoffer Svae will throw second stones, while 2015’s world mixed champion, Pia Trulsen will play lead stones.