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After much discussion, Darren Moulding joins the podcast to explain why he wasn’t surprised when he was cut from the team, what caused tension, why things would have been better with a different coach, why he wanted to be more involved in the business side of the team, and why he believes the best is yet to come in his curling career. The boys shar…
 
It's a special edition of Inside Curling as Brendan Bottcher joins the show to clear the air on dropping third Darren Moulding from his team. Bottcher talks about how he regrets using “personal reasons” in the initial team release, how much influence coach Don Bartlett has on the team and how tough it is to make team decisions as a player. This pod…
 
Team Gushue and Team Jones are your Canadian Olympic reps and the guys discuss the thrilling week at the trials. Warren wraps up the European Championships with Scotland sweeping gold in both men’s and women’s play and the surprise of Switzerland missing the final four. The trials are also the focus of our Hot Rock Topic as the U.S. uses a best-of-…
 
As the playoff picture becomes clearer at the Canadian Olympic trials, Kevin and Warren give their thoughts on how things are shaking down in Saskatoon. While over in Lillehammer at the European Championships, it is Scotland leading the way on both the men’s and women’s side while a usual contender has stumbled. Leading up the trials, Kevin chatted…
 
As the Canadian Olympic Trials continue, Kevin updates everyone on his time in Omaha at the U.S. Olympic Trials, the guys answer a really interesting mailbag question, and Warren tells us how the name “Roar of the Rings” came about in our storytime segment. Tabitha Peterson joins the podcast to talk about her big win at the U.S. Olympic Trials, wha…
 
The Canadian Olympic Curling Trials are underway and Kevin had the opportunity with Rachel Homan and Emma Mishew about their preparation leading up to the trials, how their friendship has grown over the years and they give their thoughts on the potential rule changes. This podcast is produced by Kevin Martin and Amil Delic, mixed by Amil Delic, and…
 
With the Olympic trials underway in the U.S. and just around the corner in Canada, Kevin and Warren discuss who has emerged as the top contenders south of the border plus a breakdown of Sports Interaction's odds for the favourites and underdogs to wear the Maple Leaf at the Beijing Winter Games. Our Hot Rocks Topic takes aim at the Canadian Olympic…
 
The guys discuss the Pacific-Asia Championship, the Canadian Mixed Championship and the Stu Sells Classic in Halifax. Plus, Kevin sits down with Tabitha Peterson and Becca Hamilton (12:00) to talk about the USA Olympic trials, the challenges in curling in both the mixed doubles event and the women’s event, and the potential rule changes. This podca…
 
A thrilling week of curling has wrapped up at the Boost National and Kevin and Warren share their thoughts on the second Pinty’s Grand Slam of Curling event of the season. We also get you all caught up on Pacific-Asia curling championships and the Canadian mixed curling championship plus look ahead to the USA Curling Olympic trials and who the favo…
 
The BOOST National Grand Slam event is underway in Chestermere, Alberta and the guys have all the details from the tournament. The guys then chat about world rankings, players to watch, and they explain how American curling fans view the game differently than Canadian fans. Plus, Jennifer Jones and Kaitlyn Lawes join the podcast (19:00) to talk abo…
 
The guys take a look at the pre-trials that were held this past weekend, Kevin chats about his experience in Eveleth, Minnesota where he covered the USA Mixed Doubles Olympic Trails and Warren provides an update on the World Wheelchair Curling Championship. Plus, they also preview the BOOST National, the second Grand Slam of Curling event of the se…
 
It’s another busy week in the curling world! Warren gets you all caught up on the Canadian Curling Pre-Trials with his favourites to win as the event heads into the home stretch plus Kevin shares the latest on the USA mixed doubles Olympic trials and Americas Challenge. Bruce Mouat and Grant Hardie join the show (23:00) as Kevin caught up with th…
 
The Masters has come to a close and Kevin and Warren share their thoughts about the thrilling first event to the Pinty’s Grand Slam of Curling season. The guys also look ahead to this week’s Americas Challenge, with Canada’s Team Bottcher taking on Mexico and Brazil for a spot in the men’s worlds, plus the U.S. mixed doubles Olympic trials.…
 
It’s the first Grand Slam event of the year in Oakville, Ontario. The guys recap (00:01) all the happenings from the Masters and give their favourites going into the weekend. Plus, Kevin sits down with Anna Hasselborg and Agnes Knochenhauer (15:30) to talk about their training regimen going into the season, competing in an Olympic year, the poten…
 
GSOC season is now upon us and Kevin gets us all set up providing his picks to win the Masters. Our segment taking aim at the Canadian Olympic Trials last week raised a few interesting questions amongst our fanbase and we take a look at some of your feedback in our Mailbag. Stick around until the end of the show for “Storytime” as Kevin and Warren …
 
We’re back! Season two of the podcast kicks off with a roundup of the latest from the tour with all of the top teams in action including some surprising results at the prestigious Autumn Gold Curling Classic in Calgary. Our Hot Rocks and Mailbag topics tackle Canada’s confusing Olympic selection process for Beijing 2022 and Kevin and Warren dis…
 
We begin this week’s show discussing the news about the Tam Heather Curling Club in Toronto receiving funding from all three levels of government and how it brings hope for clubs that are struggling with finances. The 2021 world mixed curling championship was cancelled but not because of COVID-19 and Kevin and Warren wonder if the future of the e…
 
Kevin and Warren clear up some confusion from last week’s episode about the differences between touching running and stationary stones plus why ending games early in high-performance events is problematic compared to the recreational level. We also answer a few fan questions about players caught swearing on a hot mic, why teams still raise brooms…
 
Curling clubs in Saskatoon are seeking financial relief due to sharp property tax increases and Kevin and Warren weigh in with potential solutions to increase revenue streams. We’re nine months away from the 2022 Beijing Winter Olympics yet Sweden has already selected their curling teams with Oskar Eriksson set to play men’s and mixed doubles. …
 
We kick off this week’s episode discussing the latest inductees into the World Curling Federation’s Hall of Fame and Warren provides a behind-the-scenes look at the selection process. Curling Canada has had a couple interesting departures from their board that raised some red flags with our guys. Kevin and Warren also offer their perspective on ten…
 
Are other countries improving on the world stage because they’re hiring Canadian coaches? Kevin and Warren weigh in on the hot topic as some curling fans believe it shouldn’t happen. We’ve also finally made it to the end of the curling season with the conclusion of the USA Curling national championships, the guys share their closing thoughts …
 
The world mixed doubles championship has come to a close, Kevin and Warren share their final thoughts including takeaways from Canada’s performance and the potential for growth of the sport on tour. The guys also address the buzz on our Facebook group about the need for Tier 2 development and getting younger teams into major […]…
 
This episode is dedicated to the friends and family of the late Barry Fry. The world mixed doubles championship is now underway in Scotland and Kevin and Warren share their first impressions of the tournament including Canada’s thrilling come-from-behind win over Spain to start. Team Canada’s Brad Gushue joins the show to chat about competing […
 
The curling bubble has come to an end with the conclusion of the women’s worlds. Kevin and Warren share their final thoughts including how concerned should Curling Canada be with missing the podium and if all the governing bodies of the sport should follow the same tiebreaker procedure. The Facebook group has been buzzing and […]…
 
This week’s show begins with a quick update on the bubble situation from Curling Canada’s Nolan Thiessen as members of the broadcast crew have come down with COVID-19 at the world women’s curling championship. Kevin and Warren also discuss Canada’s rocky start in the women’s worlds and if Canadian teams need to change how they’re put [â…
 
Kevin and Warren kick off this week’s episode with a recap of the Pinty’s Grand Slam of Curling following a thrilling Players’ Championship. The guys also tackle some of the hot button issues raised in our Facebook group such as players swearing and the use of stopwatches. Swedish skip Anna Hasselborg joins the show and […]…
 
Kevin and Warren run through the many highlights of the Humpty’s Champions Cup and preview the Princess Auto Players’ Championship. Kevin recounts how the Pinty’s Grand Slam of Curling came to be and discusses with Warren if there’s room for a World Cup-style series as well. Rachel Homan joins the podcast (23:00) riding the wave […]…
 
Kevin and Warren wrap up the World Men’s Curling Championship from the surprise of the week in RCF to what went wrong for Canada to miss the podium. The ice was straighter at the men’s worlds and Kevin answers a fan’s question about what kind of ice curlers actually prefer. Niklas Edin joins the show […]…
 
Business has picked up at the World Men’s Curling Championship and Kevin brings the latest on the logjam at the top of the standings (1:30) from inside the Calgary bubble. Kevin and Warren explore potential format changes for future world championships with continued expansion (9:00) and answer a couple of fan e-mails (19:00) about increasing [ 
 
Kevin and Warren toss some final shots at the Canadian mixed doubles curling championship including how players handled hog line violations (9:00) and when a rock is burned. The guys also send well wishes to 1979 Brier champion Barry Fry (26:40), who is currently experiencing health problems. U.S. men’s skip John Shuster joins the show […]…
 
The Canadian mixed doubles curling championship is underway, we’re doubling down on the excitement as Kevin and Warren kick off the podcast talking about what they’ve enjoyed so far (3:15). As the creator of mixed doubles, Warren also weighs in on whether or not the sport has progressed the way he envisioned (4:30). Marc Kennedy […]…
 
We’re wrapping up the Brier and Kevin gets technical about the lively rocks and ice speed. Fresh off of winning their first Brier, Alberta skip Brendan Bottcher and third Darren Moulding join the show to talk about how they pulled it off, the controversial incident with British Columbia where Steve Laycock smashed his broom on […]…
 
Breaking News! Inside Curling joins Sportsnet! Kevin, Warren and Jim start the show by talking about the partnership and why it was important to them. On the podcast this week, the guys discuss if 10-end games are too long for viewers or if too much thinking time is the issue, why TV ratings might be […]…
 
What a show this week! We talk with Kerri Einarson who just repeated as Scotties Champion and then speak with Brendan Bottcher who’s been to the last 3 Brier Finals. We discuss the challenges of a tournament in the bubble.You won’t believe the hassle that Kerri had with her drivers’ licence.Reviewing the fitness level of […]…
 
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