Raleigh Polar Iceplex. Open to the Public!
August 22-24, 2019 - Get Your Tickets Now
What Is Curling Night in America?
The top men's, women's, and mixed doubles teams in the U.S. compete against international opponents, to be aired on NBC Sports Network in the winter. See the Press Release from USA Curling for more info.
Curling Night in America is brought to you by USA Curling, NBC, the World Curling Federation, the Triangle Sports Commission, and the U.S. Olympic Committee. Triangle Curling Club is excited to partner with these organizations to support the event with volunteers and planning.
The Triangle Sports Commission is instrumental in bringing this event to Raleigh. Please support their GoFundMe Campaign to offset some of the costs involved (and be sure to check out the donation incentives!)
Who Is Competing?
U.S. Men's: John Shuster*, Chris Plys, Matt Hamilton*, and John Landsteiner*
U.S. Women's: Jamie Sinclair, Cory Christensen, Vicky Persinger, Sarah Anderson
U.S. Mixed Doubles: Korey Dropkin, Sarah Anderson
Japan Men's: Go Aoki rink
Japan Women's: Satsuki Fugisawa rink
Japan Mixed Doubles: Kouta Onodera, Shiori Fujisawa
Italy Men's: Joel Retornaz rink
Italy Women's: Stefani Contstantini
Italy Mixed Doubles: TBA
* 2018 Winter Olympic Gold Medalists
What Is the Schedule?
The draw will be announced shortly. Games are each day at 10am, 2:30pm, and 7pm.
Where Is It?
Please note, this event is NOT hosted at Triangle Curling Club. Curling Night in America will be at the Polar Iceplex
2601 Raleigh Blvd
Raleigh, NC 27604
How Can I Help?
Triangle Curling Club is looking for volunteers for officiating and ice installation. Use the below links to sign up.
If you are a member of Triangle Curling Club, there will be a TCC booth with merchandise sales and outreach. If you would like to help staff the booth, use the following link.
And finally, the Triangle Sports Commission has a number of positions available for all kinds of jobs. Please note that the beneficiary of this volunteering is Triangle Sports Commission.