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
Cheryl Bernard, who was the alternate for Team Homan at the Olympics, joined us from Pyeongchang for the final instalment of our “Inside the Rings” features. We discuss the game against Denmark, the infamous Sheet A on which Canada was
Pierre Charette from the Grand Slam of Curling, and a member of the Canadian Curling Hall of Fame, joined us to recap the round-robin portion of the men’s and women’s Olympic curling competitions. We discuss the unexpected early exit
The off-ice drama surrounding the failed drug test by Aleksandr Krushelnitckii continued on Tuesday. The Russian Federation has admitted to the failed test and have apologized. However, they maintain that the athlete did not knowingly use Meldonium. A sample
The top story at the curling venue continues to be that OAR (Russian) curler Aleksandr Krushelnitckii, a bronze medalist in mixed doubles last week, tested positive for a banned substance and his case has been sent to the Court
The big news at the curling venue on Sunday was a report that mixed doubles bronze medalist Aleksandr Krushelnitckii of Russia, competing under the OAR banner, had failed a drug test during the competition. If the reports prove accurate,
The marquee curling matchup in Korea on Saturday was a battle between the co-favourites in the men’s event who both entered with 4-0 records. The consensus heading into the game between Canada and Sweden was that both teams were