Current Session Info

Level I Instructor Course (Fargo-Moorhead) 10-25-14

Registration closes tomorrow

Register here for the USCA Level I Instructor Clinic hosted by the FARGO-MOORHEAD CURLING CLUB in Fargo, ND. The course will run from 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. on Saturday, October 25, 2014. Lunch will be provided at the club. Registration closes Tuesday, October 21, 2014.

Level I Instructor Course (Santa Fe CC) 10-25-14

Registration closes tomorrow

Register here for the USCA Level I Instructor Clinic hosted by the SANTA FE CURLING CLUB in Santa Fe, NM. The course will run from 1:00pm to 9:00pm on Saturday, October 25, 2014. Dinner will be provided at the club. Registration closes, Tuesday, October 21, 2014.

Level I Instructor Course (Tri-City CC) 10/25/14

Registration closes tomorrow

Register here for the USCA Level I Instructor Clinic hosted by the TRI-CITY CURLING CLUB in Wisconsin Rapids, WI. The course will run from 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. on Saturday, October 25, 2014. Lunch will be provided at the club. Registration closes Tuesday, October 21, 2014.

Level I Instructor Course (Midland CC) 11-1-14

Registration closes in 8 days

Register now for the USCA Level I Instructor Clinic hosted by the MIDLAND CURLING CLUB in Midland, MI. The course will run from 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. on Saturday, November 1, 2014. Lunch will be provided at the club. Registration closes Tuesday, October 28, 2014.

L I & L II Officiating (Eau Claire CC) Nov 8-9

Register here for the USCA Level I and/or Level II Officiating Clinics hosted by the EAU CLAIRE CURLING CLUB in Eau Claire, WI. The courses will be taught by USCA Certified Level IV Official, Donna Statzell, on Saturday, November 8th (Level I) and Sunday, November 9th (Level II). Both courses begin at 9:00am each day. Registration closes Tuesday, November 4th.

Level I Instructor Course (Petersham CC) 11-8-14

Register here for the USCA Level I Instructor Clinic hosted by the PETERSHAM CURLING CLUB in Petersham, MA. The course will run from 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. on Saturday, November 8, 2014. Lunch will be provided at the club. Registration closes Tuesday, November 4, 2014.

Level I Instructor Course (Portage CC) 11-9-14

Register here for the USCA Level I Instructor Clinic hosted by the PORTAGE CURLING CLUB in Portage, WI. The course will run from 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. on Sunday, November 9, 2014. Lunch will be provided at the club. Registration closes Tuesday, November 4, 2014.

Wheelchair Curling Instructor Course (Wausau CC) 11-8-14)

Register here for the USCA Wheelchair Curling Instructor Certification Course hosted by the WAUSAU CURLING CENTER in Wausau, WI. The course will run from 4:30 p.m. to 6:00 p.m. on Saturday, November 8, 2014. Registration closes Tuesday, November 4, 2014.

L I & L II Officiating (Fargo-Moorhead CC) Nov 15-16, 2014

Register here for the USCA Level I and/or Level II Officiating Clinics hosted by the FARGO-MOORHEAD CURLING CLUB in Fargo, ND. The courses will be taught by USCA Certified Level IV Official, Donna Statzell, on Saturday, November 15th (Level I) and Sunday, November 16th (Level II). Both courses begin at 9:00am each day. Registration closes Tuesday, November 11th.

Level I Instructor Course (Appleton CC) 11/15/14

Register here for the USCA Level I Instructor Clinic hosted by the APPLETON CURLING CLUB in Appleton, WI. The course will run from 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. on Saturday, November 15, 2014. Lunch will be provided at the club. Registration closes Tuesday, November 11, 2014.

Level I Instructor Course (Fairbanks CC) 11-15-14

Register now for the USCA Level I Instructor Clinic hosted by the FAIRBANKS CURLING CLUB in Fairbanks, Alaska. The course will run from 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. on Saturday, November 15, 2014. Lunch will be provided at the club. Registration closes Tuesday, November 11, 2014.

L I & L II Officiating (IL Curling Assoc.) Nov 22-23, 2014

Register here for the USCA Level I and/or Level II Officiating Clinics hosted by the ILLINOIS CURLING ASSOCIATION at the EXMOOR COUNTRY CLUB in Highland Park, IL. The courses will be taught by USCA Certified Level IV Official, Donna Statzell, on Saturday, November 22nd (Level I) and Sunday, November 23rd (Level II). Both courses begin at 9:00am each day. Registration closes Tuesday, November 18th.

L I & L II Officiating (Lake Region CC) Dec. 6-7

Register here for the USCA Level I and/or Level II Officiating Clinics hosted by the LAKE REGION CURLING CLUB in Devils Lake, ND. The courses will be taught by USCA Certified Level IV Official, Donna Statzell, on Saturday, December 6th (Level I) and Sunday, December 7th (Level II). Both courses begin at 9:00am each day. Registration closes Tuesday, December 2nd.

Level I Instructor Course (Heather CC) 1/10/15

Register here for the USCA Level I Instructor Clinic hosted by the HEATHER CURLING CLUB in Mapleton, MN. The course will run from 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. on Saturday, January 10, 2015. Lunch will be provided at the club. Registration closes Tuesday, January 6, 2015.

Level I Instructor Course (Broomstones CC) 10/18/14

Registration is closed

Register here for the USCA Level I Instructor Clinic hosted by the BROOMSTONES CURLING CLUB in Wayland, MA. The course will run from 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. on Saturday, October 18, 2014. Lunch will be provided at the club. Registration closes Tuesday, October 14, 2014.

Level I Instructor Course (Denver CC) 10-18-14

Registration is closed

Register here for the USCA Level I Instructor Clinic hosted by the DENVER CURLING CLUB in Golden, CO. The course will run from 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. on Saturday, October 18, 2014. Lunch will be provided at the club. Registration closes Tuesday, October 14, 2014.


Mixed Doubles Championship 2014-2015

Registration closes in 9 days

REGISTER NOW FOR THE 2015 MIXED DOUBLES! There are no regional or state playdowns leading to the Mixed Doubles National Championship and no requirement that players on a team come from the same state or region. A Mixed Doubles team consists of one male and one female player. Competitors must be USCA members in good standing and U.S. citizens. Proof of citizenship must be provided upon event registration. The Rules Book (found at www.usacurl.org) defines acceptable forms of proof. If your name is already listed on the Proof of Citizenship List on the USA Curling website, you do not have to resubmit proof. Refer to the USCA Rules of Curling & Competition for complete eligibility guidelines.

Coaches must be at least 21 years of age, must register with the USCA Coaches Association (CA) through Sports Signup online registration, and must complete the CA membership requirements. Coaches should also register under the "volunteer" or "helper" section of the same event as the team they will be coaching in order to see who else on the team has completed their registration.

The Mixed Doubles registration deadline is October 29, 2014 (11:59pm Central time). A $20/athlete early registration discount is good through October 15, 2014 (11:59 p.m. Central time).

The Mixed Doubles is a "sign-up-and-go" event therefore, a participation list will be published on the Welcome Page of the USA Curling Sports Signup website. The list will be updated as frequently as possible.


USA Curling Coaches Association 13-14

Coaches Association members, please register to coach/volunteer (not play/participate) when you are in your account preparing to register.


National Men's Championship 2014-2015

Registration opens in 2 days

Team Selection Playdowns are open to all US citizens and are not geographically based. Competitors must be USCA members in good standing. For Men's and Women's National Championships which determine eligibility for Olympic Trials, if a player is not a member of a USCA club, the player may become a member of the USCA and be eligible to enter the playdown process by paying an administrative fee of $100. Proof of citizenship must be provided upon event registration. The Rules Book (found at www.usacurl.org) defines acceptable forms or proof; if your name is already listed on the proof of citizenship list on the USA Curling website, you do not have to resubmit proof. Refer to the USCA Rules of Curling & Competition for complete eligibility guidelines.

Coaches must be at least 21 years of age, must register with the USCA Coaches Association and complete the membership requirements. Coaches may also register using the "coach/volunteer" button for the same event as the team they will be coaching, in order to see who else on the team has completed their registration.

The 2015 Men's National registration deadline is November 19, 2014 (11:59pm Central time) A $20/athlete early registration discount is good through November 5, 2014 (11:59 p.m. Central time).


National Women's Championship 2014-2015

Registration opens in 2 days

Team Selection Playdowns are open to all US citizens and are not geographically based. Competitors must be USCA members in good standing. For Men's and Women's National Championships which determine eligibility for Olympic Trials, if a player is not a member of a USCA club, the player may become a member of the USCA and be eligible to enter the playdown process by paying an administrative fee of $100. Proof of citizenship must be provided upon event registration. The Rules Book (www.usacurl.org > Events > Rules) defines acceptable forms or proof; if your name is already listed on the proof of citizenship list on the USA Curling website, you do not have to resubmit proof. Refer to the USCA Rules of Curling & Competition for complete eligibility guidelines.

Coaches must be at least 21 years of age, must register with the USCA Coaches Association and complete the membership requirements. Coaches may also register using the "coach/volunteer" button for the same event as the team they will be coaching, in order to see who else on the team has completed their registration.

The Women's Nationals registration deadline is November 19, 2014 (11:59pm Central time). A $20/athlete early registration discount is good through November 5, 2014 (11:59 p.m. Central time).

Getting Help

If you need help with the registration process, click here to submit a request, or contact:

For assistance with Courses,
contact Christy Hering

For assistance with Registration,
contact Jenny Biadasz

For more information, visit the United States Curling Association website at http://www.usacurl.org

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Welcome

 ** REMEMBER: National Championship registration requires each individual on a team to register and complete their consent forms and requirements (such as proof of citizenship for events that lead to a world event). **

           

             

  * IMPORTANT INFORMATION *

All event registrations must be completed through the Sports Signup (SSU) system. For questions contact the USA Curling national office at 888-287-5377 or email entries@usacurl.org. Proof of citizenship can also be sent to that email address.

*    New accounts:  First-time users are required to create an account before registering for an event. Accounts are family-oriented; one or two parents and their children are able to register through the same account.  Registrants must be age 18 or older. Parents/Guardians are responsible for registering minor participants.  

*    Payment types: USA Curling accepts Visa, MasterCard, and Discover credit and debit cards. Payments must be completed prior to the event registration deadline (11:59pm Central Time). Any registrations for which a payment has not been received by the deadline date and time will be considered incomplete and automatically wiped from the system.

*    Team rostering: Team rostering refers to electronically grouping individual registrants into a team. The team rostering process will not begin until at least one individual on the team has completed all of their registration requirements (which includes, but is not limited to, completing the online registration form, submitting payment, and submitting proof of citizenship when required). Only those individuals who have completed all of the registration requirements will be rostered to the team. Once the team rostering process has begun, the "TEAM WALL" feature will appear in your individual account. This will allow you to track which individuals on your team have completed their registration requirements and which have not. The "TEAM WALL" feature also allows team members a secure and convenient way to communicate with each other. It is the team's responsibility to ensure that all individual requirements have been met prior to the registration deadline.

*    Registration requirements: All team members must be completely registered, with full payment of all registration fees and acceptable proof of citizenship (for events leading to a World competition) received at the national office prior to the event deadline date and time. It is the athlete's responsibility to see that all requirements are completed by the entry deadline date. Competitors are required to be familiar with the rules. The USCA Rules Book is located online at www.usacurl.org.

PROOF OF CITIZENSHIP LIST 10-17-14.pdf

*    Register early:  To encourage early registration, a $20/athlete discount will be given for all registrations that are completed by the early discount deadline, which falls two (2) weeks prior to the final registration deadline. Incomplete entries or those in progress when the deadline occurs are automatically purged from the system. Event deadline cutoff time is 11:59 pm Central Time (the National Office closes at 5:00 pm Central Time). THERE WILL BE NO EXCEPTIONS TO ENTRY DEADLINES. IF REQUIRED INFORMATION IS NOT RECEIVED BY THE DEADLINE DATE AND TIME, THE TEAM WILL NOT BE ELIGIBLE TO COMPETE. TO AVOID ISSUES, TEAMS ARE ENCOURAGED TO REGISTER AND PROVIDE THEIR INFORMATION TO THE USCA TWO WEEKS BEFORE REGISTRATION DEADLINE.  

* Fifth Player Registration: New this year, fifth players will be required to pay the same entry fee as all other members of the team. This includes regional fees where applicable. Fifth players will register through the same event registration page as the rest of the team, and are allowed up until the day of the event to register. Any player from a team that has been eliminated from competition is eligible to become another team’s registered fifth player only at a subsequent level of play. Caution: Players are registered on a team as of the entry deadline. Teams registering five players have NO option to add an additional player for any reason except at the World Championships and U.S. Olympic Team Trials as noted within the Rules Book.

*    Coach registration: Coaches must register for the USCA Coaches Association and complete their requirements which are as follows:

  • Successfully complete an annual NCSI Background Check (www.usacurl.org - See "Sport Education - SafeSport - Background Checks)."
  • Complete the SafeSport Manual (www.usacurl.org - See "Sport Education - SafeSport - USA Curling SafeSport Handbook)."
  • Complete the SafeSport Training (www.usacurl.org - See "Sport Education - SafeSport - Take the Training)."

A welcome letter with information will be provided upon registration. Coaches are also encouraged to register within a particular event under the “Volunteer” section in order to be electronically rostered to the team and have the ability to monitor the team’s registration progress. Even though there is no fee charged of coaches, they must continue through “checkout” in order for the registration process to be considered complete.

 *   Uniforms:  Please review "Uniforms", "Advertising, Cresting" information in the USCA Rules Book. At all levels of play (playdowns), competitors are encouraged to wear like uniforms. At USA Curling National events, players are required to wear like uniforms.

*   Rules Book:   Players are required to be familiar with the rules. The new 2014-15 rulebook - FINAL (pending WCF) 10.17.14.pdf is now available (Oct. 2014) pending updates from the WCF in early November. 

*Code of Conduct: You can find the latest version of the code of conduct here: USCA Athlete-Coach Code of Conduct 2014-2015.pdf

 * Online registration system security:   The entire registration process occurs over a secure server using the highest security currently available.