International Relations Committee
Scotland is widely known as the home of curling, from where the sport was taken across the world, with the RCCC being recognised as the Mother Club of curling. The sport is now governed by the World Curling Federation and each nation provides representatives who participate in discussions at meetings and additional members may be involved in working groups or commissions. The RCCC has four representatives who are appointed by and report back to the RCCC Board of Directors. The Chief Executive is a fixed appointment and the other three representatives are appointed for a period of three years, on a rolling programme to ensure continuity. Each nation is required to appoint at least one man and one woman. The RCCC reps and commission members meet with the chairman and president at the International Relations Committee, two or three times per year, to discuss international issues and how to best represent the interests of Scottish curling.