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With the curling season underway, Jim, Kevin and Warren are back with all the latest! They discuss the new World Curling Federation (WCF) President (4:30) and wonder how things could improve on the world stage, the PointsBet Invitational (10:20), explain why the Grand National was suspended (16:40), the Grand Slam of Curling is back in North Bay an…
 
Kevin Martin is joined by Matt Dunstone to talk about how he got his start in curling, the best way for newcomers to get involved in the sport, tournament formats, the residency rule, his new team and free agency, and if it would make sense to have a World Cup of Curling. This podcast is produced by Amil Delic and Warren Hansen, recorded and mixed …
 
Bruce Mouat joins Kevin Martin to talk about playing two disciplines, how funding works for the athletes in Great Britain, prize money, schedule and fatigue, off-season training, tournament formats, and the tick rule. This podcast is produced by Amil Delic and Warren Hansen, recorded by Amil Delic, mixed by Mike Rogerson, and hosted by Kevin Martin…
 
Kevin Martin chatted with Jennifer Jones about finishing the season with her team, moving to a new team, the process in which she picked her new team, fatigue throughout the season, tournament formats and playoff systems, and potential rule changes. This podcast is produced by Amil Delic and Warren Hansen, recorded and mixed by Mike Rogerson, and h…
 
Kevin Martin catches up with Tabitha Peterson to discuss what she's been up to after the Winter Olympics, how she got started in curling, the growth of curling in the United States, the party atmosphere at clubs, her thoughts on the High-Performance Program, training at the Minnesota Vikings facility, the tiebreaker scenario at the Olympics, differ…
 
Back in April, Kevin caught up with Olympic gold medalists Eve Muirhead while she was in Toronto for the Player’s Championship. They talk about her Olympic run, her HELLO Magazine cover, the busy season and dealing with injuries, her curling lineage and when she started to play the sport, playing in two disciplines, expanding rosters, possible rule…
 
It’s our last show of the season and our biggest one yet! Warren and Kevin kick things off by discussing the world juniors where Canada was relegated on the women’s side, and the guys explain what that means. We also look ahead to next season and how the event schedule is shaping up. Should curling clubs dial back their rules for league play? Warre…
 
The final major curling tournament of the season is underway and the guys discuss the latest on the world juniors in Sweden and how Canada is performing. The WCF has renewed its agreement with Swiss sports marketing agent Infront and Warren explains what they've done for the sport. Here we go again as the residency rules debate returns for Hot Rock…
 
The Grand Slam season has come to a close and Kevin has the lowdown on what proved to be quite an emotional week for many teams splitting up. Warren recaps the Canadian under-18 championships and the wheelchair mixed doubles worlds plus provides a look at the upcoming world juniors. Streaming for curling events has been on the rise in recent years …
 
The guys are back with plenty of news and notes! Warren provides an update on the U18s as well as the World Mixed Double Wheelchair event in Finland, and they also talk about what happens to top curlers after the age of 50. In the mailbag segment, the guys discuss why Canada is no longer THE 'superpower' in curling and if the parity is better for t…
 
It’s a very special edition of the podcast as the guys share their thoughts on Canada’s run at the mixed doubles, Warren tries to sort through the playoff confusion at the senior world championships and Kevin praises the diverse range of non-traditional countries competing in the event. The Pinty’s Grand Slam of Curling season concludes next week w…
 
The curling community convenes in Geneva this week and Warren brings us up to speed on the mixed doubles worlds and senior worlds events. Team Tirinzoni’s Melanie Barbezat and Esther Neuenschwander are stepping back after the season and Kevin explains the impact they’ve had on the game as three-time reigning world champions. Kevin also gives a shou…
 
The Princess Auto Players’ Championship has wrapped up in Toronto and Kevin and Warren share their thoughts on Anna Hasselborg and Bruce Mouat’s big wins with Team Hasselborg becoming the first women's club to win all four majors. The world mixed doubles championship begins this weekend, Warren highlights the favourites and Kevin explains why it’s …
 
The Players’ Championship is well underway. Kevin provides the latest on what he’s seeing on the ground and talks about how they’ve renovated Maple Leaf Gardens, now the Mattamy Athletic Centre. They also wonder if fatigue might be setting in for some of the teams and give their picks for the weekend. This podcast is produced by Amil Delic and Warr…
 
The best curlers in the world are in Toronto this week. Kevin gives us a recap of what went down in Vegas at the World Championships and provides us with a bit of a preview from the Players’ Championship (5:30). The guys then discuss if curling events are too long (22:30), what is the best format for determining who makes the playoffs in events (28…
 
It’s a very special episode of Inside Curling as Olympic gold medallists Stefania Constantini and Amos Mosaner join the podcast to discuss running the table at the mixed doubles competition in Beijing, how crazy their lives have been since returning home, the increase in interest in curling in Italy, how they developed their craft and taking their …
 
The world men’s curling championship is in full swing in Las Vegas and Kevin brings us up to speed on the latest live from the Orleans Arena. Kevin and Warren also discuss some of the surprises and explain the tricky ice conditions. The guys also review the latest curling team breakups including Team McEwen and why the Mike McEwen and Reid Carruthe…
 
Hopp Schwiiz! Kevin and Warren share their takeaways from the women's worlds where Switzerland's Silvana Tirinzoni swept the field for gold and Canada's Kerri Einarson claimed bronze. Rachel Homan has added Tracy Fleury to her roster for next season and the guys discuss how they think it’ll work out. It’s high stakes in Las Vegas with the men’s wor…
 
Eve Muirhead has done a ton of winning in her career and she just won Olympic gold in Beijing. She joins the guys to talk about the performance of her team, the road to gold, playing Team Sweden in one of the crazier games at the Olympics, what changed for her the last year to get her on this winning run, how she’s feeling physically, the state of …
 
Kevin is on the ground in Prince George, B.C., for the world women’s curling championship and provides us with the latest as Scotland was forced to withdraw to due positive COVID-19 cases. The guys also clarify comments regarding their discussion about Brad Gushue and the residency rules from our last episode. Speaking of Scotland, we also elaborat…
 
It's a special edition as the guys discuss the free-agent frenzy happening in the curling world. Brad Jacobs, Kevin Koe, Tracy Fleury and others all announced they'll be splitting up at the end of the season and Kevin Martin has the scoop on what the new lineups will look like for next season. This podcast is produced by Amil Delic and Warren Hanse…
 
An unbelievable Brier has come to a close and Kevin and Warren share their thoughts on Team Gushue winning the championship while playing short-handed. The guys place their picks for the women’s worlds with Canada's Kerri Einarson looking like a favourite to win, plus they also analyze Jennifer Jones’s team splitting up at the end of the season and…
 
Playoffs! It’s the home stretch of the Brier and Kevin and Warren try to make some sense of the confusing playoff format. Warren also analyzes the stats and how things fell into a predictable order with the usual suspects on top during the week. Sportsnet staff writer Kristina Rutherford joins us live from Lethbridge with the latest from the Brier.…
 
We’re knee-deep into the Tim Hortons Brier and Kevin and Warren share their thoughts on the first stretch featuring a hotly-anticipated matchup between Canada’s Brendan Bottcher and former teammate Darren Moulding, now with New Brunswick, plus a boisterous crowd on hand. The Paralympics are also underway and Warren brings us up to speed with Canada…
 
The Tim Hortons Brier is just around the corner, Kevin and Warren provide their best bets to win it all plus a couple of intriguing long shots. For all the latest curling odds, check out Sports Interaction. Team Homan second Joanne Courtney is stepping back from competitive curling at the end of the season and the guys discuss her decision. Also, t…
 
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