From the Hack recently caught up with Val Sweeting to discuss her team’s season, this week’s Humpty’s Champions Cup and what her team will be focusing on in the off-season to prepare for 2017-18, specifically the Canadian Olympic Trials. Photo
Euronics European Masters The final event on the Curling Champions Tour took place on the weekend with both the men and women competing in the Euronics European Masters in St. Gallen, Switzerland. The men’s field was especially strong and included
It was an important weekend for several of the world’s top teams as they converged on Toronto for the Pinty’s Grand Slam of Curling’s 2017 WestJet Players’ Championship. At stake was not only the most prestigious of the Grand Slam
TSN curling commentator Cheryl Bernard joined us to discuss this 2016-17 “Season of Champions”, specifically the Scotties, Brier and World Championships.
2017 Canadian Mixed Doubles champion Reid Carruthers joined us to discuss his partnership with Joanne Courtney, their victory at the Canadian Mixed Doubles Championship and we look ahead to the all-important World Mixed Doubles Championship in Lethbridge where Courtney and
Brett Gallant joined us prior to the start of the Players’ Championship to discuss his team’s victory at the World Championship and also to look back at the Brier in St. John’s.
Ford World Men’s Curling Championship The Ford World Men’s Curling Championship took place in Edmonton Alberta last week with teams from twelve countries competing for the title. Canada (Team Gushue) and Sweden (Team Edin) came into the event as the
Allison Flaxey, skip of the 6th ranked team in the world, joined us to discuss her team’s recent victory in Scotland, the Player’s Championship and also to discuss how dreams of an Olympic run has impacted her team’s approach this
From the Hack recently caught up with Pierre Charette from the Pinty’s Grand Slam of Curling team to discuss the upcoming Players Championship and look ahead to next season. Photo credit: (Flagstick.com)
From the Hack caught up with four-time World Champion Glenn Howard who won gold the last time the World Men’s Championship was held in Edmonton in 2007. Howard reminisced about the 2007 Worlds, which his team dominated, and we also