I started curling in 2010 in Oakland, CA as a member of the San Francisco Bay Area Curling Club, mostly socially, but at times, competitively. In 2019, I was given a unique opportunity to represent my country of birth, Mexico, at the World Mixed Doubles Curling Championship in Stavanger, Norway. Since then, I’ve been on a steep learning curve to become a better curler, teammate and sportswoman, and contribute to inclusion and diversity in the sport.

Home club: San Francisco Bay Area Curling Club

Other clubs: Lake Tahoe Epic Curling, Silicon Valley Curling Club and Southern California Curling Center.

Team Camarena

Team Camarena is composed of Adriana Camarena, Estefana Quintero, Veronica Huerta and Karla Martínez. Our team was formed to participate as the Mexican national curling team in the first Pan-Continental Curling Championship (PCCC) in November 2022 in Calgary, Canada.

In our first year together, we won silver in the B Division of the PCCC. Team Camarena has once again been named the Mexican Women’s National Curling Team for the 2023-2024 season. Our goal is to represent Mexico at the 2030 Winter Olympics and stand out internationally in this winter sport, displaying our common values ​​as athletes, teammates and Mexicans. We are looking for sponsors to field the costs of training and competing so that we can meet our goal!

Check out our 2023 SPONSORSHIP PACKAGE here.

Other ways to support:

Get a México Curling fundraiser hoodie or t-shirt, on CustomInk, here!

Donate to our GoFundMe, here!

THANKS! ¡Muchas gracias y buen curling!

Competitive experience

2022 Silver, Pan Continental Curling Cup, Women’s (Mexico), Calgary, Canada

2020 World Qualifying Event, Women’s (Mexico), Lohja, Finland

2019 Silver, Americas Challenge, Women’s (Mexico), Eveleth, Minnesota

2019 World Mixed Doubles Curling Championship, (Mexico) Stavanger, Norway


Podcast: The Whole Spiel. Dean Gemmell. So they’re curling in Oakland…, Jul. 2022

It’s been a long and sometimes complicated journey, but there is a curling-specific facility in the Bay Area. On this episode, we’re joined by two of the people who led the charge—Kate Garfinkel and Adriana Camarena—to talk about how things are going, their upcoming grand opening, and how they are working to weave the curling club into the fabric of the community.

Podcast: How curlers are trying to make their sport more inclusive, Jan. 2022

NBC. My New Favorite Olympian. “Curling stars: It is time to diversify the sport.” Olympic champion John Shuster, Super Bowl champion Vernon Davis, USA Curling’s Monica Walker and other curling enthusiasts are teaming up to create pathways to diversify the sport. Hear from: John Shuster (Two-time Olympic curling medalist), Vernon Davis (Super Bowl champion), Monica Walker (USA Curling national team), Sara Carlsson (Swedish curler), Adriana Camarena (Mexican curler), Dr. Rich Norman (DEI expert), Deb Martin (co-creator of USA Curling’s Ice Breakers program)

Newsletter. Adriana Camarena, Fan of the month, Curler Outreach Program Newsletter, November 2020

Podcast: Rocks Across the Pond. Ep54: Take This Hammer – Making Our Community More Inclusive, June 2020
Podcast. Rocks Across the Pond. Ep42: Mexico’s Curling Dream with Adriana Camarena, December 2019

Meet the Women’s Mexico Curling Team, 2022-2023 season