Stirling Wheelchair Curling Club is ready to welcome eight International Curling teams to take part in the Stirling Wheelchair Curling International 2022, which returns to The PEAK in Stirling from Tuesday 18 to Friday 21 October.

The line up consists of teams from British Curling, England, and Stirling, along with overseas entries from three times winners Norway, Estonia, Italy, Latvia, and Switzerland. Many teams will feature new line ups as they begin their new Paralympic cycle, with teams looking to build towards the next World Wheelchair Curling Championships which are to be held in Vancouver, Canada in March 2023.

This is our first chance to stage the competition since the global pandemic forced us to cancel the events in 2020 and 2021 and it will be great to have this competition back on the ice. There is an excellent curling facility at The PEAK, and we hope that all the teams enjoy their experience here and in the City of Stirling

Harry Brodie, SWICC 2022 Organising Committee

We are delighted to host the Stirling Wheelchair Curling International event again at The PEAK and look forward to welcoming the participating nations to Stirling for a week of competitive curling

Thomas Mann, General Manager with Active Stirling

Game times are at 10.00am and 2.30pm each day with the final round robin games scheduled for 9.30am on Friday 21st October. Entry is FREE and spectators are welcome to attend and watch some world class wheelchair curling.

All event details, including the draw can be found at stirlingwheelchaircurling or by following Stirling Wheelchair Curling Club on Facebook and Twitter.

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.

Chair SWCII 2022

Andy Hemming

Jostein Stordahl, Norway, 3 times winner.