The 361 Degrees World Men’s Curling Championship begins this weekend in Las Vegas, Nevada and before going any further, let’s answer one of the more pressing questions…“361 Degrees” is a Chinese supplier of shoes and sporting goods. Now that we
North Bay, ON – When teams from different countries started qualifying for the 2018 Ford World Women’s Curling Championship, it is fair to assume that many, if not most, of the players and coaches had to google “North Bay” to
This week’s guests – Kaitlyn Jones and Tyler Tardi (2018 World Junior champions skips), Jamie Sinclair and Greg Persinger (2018 U.S. National champion skips) and Mike Harris of Sportsnet (Recap of the 2018 Brier and preview of the Elite 10
From the Hack’s summary of Day 3 at the 2018 Tim Hortons Brier in Regina.
From the Hack’s summary of Day 2 from the 2018 Tim Hortons Brier in Regina.
A summary of the first two draws of the 2018 Tim Hortons Brier in Regina.
From the Hack’s recap of the Wild Card from the 2018 Tim Hortons Brier. Your guest host is Laurie St. Georges.
Nolan Thiessen of Curling Canada joined us to discuss the Canadian results at the Olympics and many of the narratives that have made the rounds since both the Canadian men’s and women’s teams failed to medal in Pyeongchang.
Coach Phill joins us to discuss Team Shuster’s 2018 Olympic journey and we also discuss the American results in both Mixed Doubles and Women’s play.
Following are interviews that From the Hack did with players from 12 of the teams that will be in Regina. The interviews are in alphabetical order by province/territory after Team Canada which is listed first: Brett Gallant – Team Canada