The Curling World Cup is run in partnership between the World Curling Federation and Kingdomway Sports.
The first of the four legs for 2018-2019 is Suzhou Olympic Sports Centre, in Suzhou, China. It then heads to the Ralston Arena in Omaha, United States.
Next up is Jonkoping, Sweden, with the series concluding with the Grand Final in Beijing, China.
The event dates for 2018-2019 are:
* Suzhou Olympic Sports Centre, Suzhou, China: 12-16 September
* Ralston Arena, Omaha, United States: 5-9 December
* Jonkoping Curling Club, Jonkoping, Sweden: 30 January-3 February
* Beijing, China: 8-12 May
Each event has its own unique colour scheme based on the series’ new brand identity. These distinctions are most prominent on perimeter boards and in the design of the houses.
About the World Curling Federation
The World Curling Federation is the international sport federation governing the Olympic winter sport of curling and the Paralympic winter sport of wheelchair curling. The World Curling Federation is one of seven International Federations currently part of the Olympic Winter Games programme. It represents 61 Member Associations and is generally acknowledged to direct one of the fastest-growing international winter sports.
To learn more about the sport of Curling, click here.
About Kingdomway Sports
Kingdomway Sports is a subsidiary under Kingdomway Group which was established in November 2016 focusing on the promotion, operation and development of sports and lifestyle industry. Resources under Kingdomway Sports revolve around four major themes – operation rights for long-term sporting events and sport teams; brand sponsorship and sports marketing; media broadcast and distribution rights; and sports training for teenagers.
Kingdomway Sports plays an important role in China’s strategy for national sports. Focusing on the 2022 Olympic Winter Games and Chinese Sport Union, they will bring strength, professionalism and resources across all surrounding sectors to promote the development of Chinese sports.
Kingdomway Sports is also a leading strategic partner of Chinese sports media such as CCTV sports channels, CCTV event channels, Sina, Tencent and many other major media outlets.