There have been many hypotheses as well as suggestions for the position of this year curling championship’s host, however, but on the recent Tuesday, there had been the official announcement confirming that Ottawa’s TD Place Arena will become the host of the 2021 world men’s curling championship.
If the condition of the pandemic COVID-19 gets more positive with fewer cases being infected to, it might be possible for us and sports organizations, especially curling ones to quickly get into the swing of things and hold big sporting events in Ottawa.
“I’m not a betting person, so I’m not going to give odds on it, but I think the numbers of spectators, as well as players taking part in tournaments, are going the right way,” Curling Canada CEO Katherine Henderson shared his viewpoint on Tuesday. “We are planning to have fans in the building — to keep them under the safest condition, fans will likely have to go through a certain number of protocols — and we’re all planning to have a really good time. That being said, we’re not going to endanger people, we’re not going to do anything that does not stick to public health regulations, which healthcare professionals would tell us not to do.”
There will be a lot of things being put under the dangerous conditions all around the world, to be more specific, events being scheduled from the 3rd to the 11th of April at TD Place arena. A lot of the competing field tournament within the 2022 Winter Olympics men’s curling competition will be reorganized in Ottawa. Originally, ranks and titles of this tournament were about to be determined by the combined results of the 2020 and 2021 world championships, however, due to the unexpected cancellation of the 2020 worlds in Scotland, the International Olympic Committee is likely to accept and apply this alternative plan.
John Shea, the chair of Curling Canada’s board of governors, shared in a recent interview: “My hometown of Ottawa has proven itself as an amazing host for championship curling events over the years and the 2021 world men’s championship has the potential to take that to another level.” “World-class curling belongs in world-class cities and Ottawa fits that description perfectly.