World Senior Curling Championships
The World Senior Curling Championships is an annual curling tournament featuring curlers from around the world who are at least 50 years old. Matches at the World Senior Championships are played in 8 ends played instead of the 10 played in most international events.
|World Senior Curling Championships|
|2018 host city||Östersund, Sweden|
|2018 arena||Östersund Arena|
|2017 men's champion|| Sweden
|2017 women's champion|| Canada
|2018 World Senior Curling Championships|
The tournament began in 2002 with only 7 men's teams and 4 women's teams but has since expanded.
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