Nine rinks from across the United States will compete
in the Mixed National Championship at the four sheet National Capital
The competition consists of a round-robin from which
the top four rinks will enter a single elimination playoff to determine
the National Champion.
During the competition, real-time results will be
broadcast through this website. Also available will be photos of the
competition, and athlete biographies.
Thirty six teams played down for Nationals in nine
- Alaska —
- CO/NE/TX/KS —
- Regional Playdown: No competitors, region will
not be represented.
- Grand National Curling Club —
clubs from the eastern United States
- Great Lakes Curling Association
— Ohio, Michigan, Indiana, Tennessee, Indiana
- Regional Playdown: Feb 4-6, Lewiston CC, Lewiston,
- Four rinks competing
- North Dakota
- Mountain Pacific Curling Association
— western United States (California, Arizona, Oregon, Utah,
- Regional Playdown:Feb. 12-13, Granite CC, Seattle,
- Two rinks competing
- If a region does not send a representative,
the vacant slot will not be filled unless the field drops below eight
teams. A region must have two or more teams entered in regional play
to maintain their national berth. Vacant slots will be filled beginning
with the region or State with the largest number of rinks participating
in its regional playdown and proceed with regions in order of entries.
Ties will be broken using 2004 entries, and if needed 2003 entries.
If still a tie the berth reverts to the region placing highest in
the 2004 Mixed National Championship. No region may send additional
temas unless a minimm of three teams played down. For further details
see the USCA Championships booklet available at the USCA website,
- Semifinals, 7:30 p.m. Friday,
- Finals, 1:30 p.m. Saturday,
- Awards Banquet and Dinner Saturday evening