The British Curling team won the seventh annual SWCII after four great days of competitive wheelchair curling at The PEAK in Stirling from Tuesday 18 to Friday 21 October 2022.

The team secured victory on the final day of curling when they defeated Latvia to take the title for the first time. Italy, who were playing in the event for the first time, finished second on count back after losing their head-to-head match with the eventual champions. Norway finished in third place after another impressive performance.

The eight-team event made a welcome return after a two-year break with outstanding curling on show over the four days.

SWCII would like to thank all our sponsors, volunteers, timekeepers, scorers, and umpires. We would also like to thank Active Stirling staff at The PEAK for their help, the restaurant staff for keeping us well fed, and of course thanks to the ice team for all their work in giving us great ice to play on. Thank you to all the players and coaches, we hope you enjoyed your time in Stirling and we hope to see you again next year. We look forward to welcoming the best wheelchair curlers in the world back to Stirling in 2023

Harry Brodie, SWICC 2022 Organising Committee
SWCII 2022 Final ResultsWONLOST

British Curling




We were delighted to welcome this event back to The PEAK for the first time since the pandemic and congratulate all the competitors for their efforts over the week. We would also like to thank all the volunteers from the organising committee for their contribution towards another successful competition

Thomas Mann, Active Stirling General Manager

Stirling Wheelchair Curling Club hold wheelchair curling sessions every Wednesday from 12.30pm to 2.30pm at The PEAK in Stirling. Please contact Jacky McLaren if you would like to try out the sport

Find all details from the SWCII event here stirlingwheelchaircurling

Chair SWCII 2022

Andy Hemming

L to R – Gregor Ewan, Harry Brodie (standing SWCII committee), Hugh Nibloe, Gary Smith, Jo Butterfield, and Stewart Pimblett.