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Does anyone know when the full season schedule for the 2017-18 season will become known? I see much of the first half is filled in, but there's a lot of gaps from January onwards as I type this on June 5.
There are tons of issues with the worldcurl.com site. I'd have thought that the team registration would be fairly automated. I submitted my team 2 days ago, and it still isn't up. It's not a big deal since it's June, but that just seems like something that doesn't require much oversight.
On the registration it says men's teams can't have a 5th/alternate, but there are several teams that have fifths on the roster. There are multiple teams that have multiple rosters (e.g. Schwaller), and there is even a women's team listed under the men's teams (Harrison).
If you go to the roster page, and click on the team name, you get the first of many 'fatal errors'. If you click on any player to see who s/he played with in previous years, you get another fatal error. If you go to any of the spiels, and click 'Click here for Event/Contact information', you get one more fatal error. Some of the spiels have really outdated information, such as the Vernon one, which has the year 2014 as a deadline for submitting information for the 2017 spiel. I'm still not sure whether the Penticton spiel is in October or November, as there is conflicting information. The event site information link just brings you back to the worldcurl.com homepage.
This site should run seamlessly. It's where are curlers, and curling fans can find out about the WCT. It's been disappointing trying to navigate it over the last year or so.