World Curling Federation

The Fortune Cookie

When Teams Canada arrived in Fredericton, NB for the World Senior Curling Championships, Chris Jurgenson (5th for Team King) et moi were the last to arrive. A text message received as we waited for our bags to appear on the luggage carousel at the Fredericton Airport told us that the remainder of the Canadians were at the Diplomat Restaurant beside the Delta Hotel, our “home” for the next 12 days. After dropping our luggage into our rooms, Chris and I headed

It’s Just The Beginning I’m Afraid

Canadian curling fans have seen the future at this year’s men’s and women’s world curling championships and it’s going to be the 1970’s in ice hockey all over again. In that era, the Soviet Union iced hockey teams which were comprised of Red Army “soldiers” whose only real weapon was a hockey stick. For those much too young to know where this is headed, allow me to educate you with some international athletic history. It was the “cold war” era. The