Curling is a popular Canadian sport that combines ice athletics with shuffleboard and bowling. The modern version of the sport was born in Vancouver in 1912 through the Vancouver Curling Club, but a variety of it was first played in medieval Scotland.
Located at Hillcrest Centre, the Vancouver Curling Club hosted the Vancouver Olympic and Paralympic Winter Games of 2010. And since its inception in Canada, the VCC has won over 50 provincial championships, including the Men's World Championship in 1964.
Guests and members of the club are welcome to participate in the curling options or opt for something a bit more tailored to their needs. Winter sports lessons, ice hockey and live sport activities are just a few of the options available at the VCC.
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