Kelsey Rocque, the skip of the 8th ranked team in the world, has taken a brief hiatus from the World Curling Tour to represent Canada at the Winter Universade in Almaty, Kazakhstan.  She earned the right to represent Canada along vice-skip Danielle Schmiemann, second Taylor McDonald, lead Taylore Theroux.

From the Hack recently caught up with Kelsey Rocque before her departure for Kazakhstan to discuss the Winter Universiade and also to discuss what has been an inconsistent season for Kelsey and the teams she plays with on the World Curling tour.


Rocque and her team from the University of Alberta will look to improve on the silver medal that Canada won at the 2015 Winter Universiade in Spain.

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Kelsey Rocque discusses the World Universiade and having no regrets