Canada will continue to horde a universe curling championship annually until 2020 interjection to an extended agreement between Curling Canada and a World Curling Federation.
Since 2005, swapping women’s and men’s universe championships have been hold in Canada where sponsorship and audiences are clever for curling.
“We’re beholden for a continued faith being shown by a World Curling Federation that we can horde world-class championships in Canada,” Curling Canada house chair Peter Inch pronounced Tuesday in a statement.
- Rachel Homan wins universe women’s curling championship
- Brad Gushue golden during men’s curling worlds
The 2018 women’s championship will be hold Mar 17-25 in North Bay, Ont, while a men’s championship will be Mar 31 to Apr 8 in Las Vegas.
Canada’s Brad Gushue won this year’s men’s universe championship in Edmonton, while Canada’s Rachel Homan claimed a women’s pretension in Beijing.
Curling Canada is mouth-watering cities to bid for a men’s contest in 2019.