A great interview with 3-time US National Women’s curling champion
Jamie Sinclair, who grew up in Ottawa.
The boys tackle the structure of curling and how it needs to be fixed.
The waters are muddy when it comes to professional, amateur or recreational curling.
It might be time to look at different pools for competitors at the world level.
How should we go about initiating these changes?
The USA might not be as good as we are but the boys say, "Watch out, here they come!"
Should professionals be the only teams that play in the Brier?
Not everybody likes the way TV networks cover games during a broadcast.
A great history lesson about how curling used to be played and why the Americans were one of the original participants but had to back out.
Where are you now, Alison Goring? A fabulous career and remarkable personal triumph!
The day Warren booted Jimmy out of the arena
He’s on the #1 ranked team in the world with Brad Jacobs, E J Harnden and Ryan Harnden
Voted the best 2nd of all time!
Provincial, Brier, World and Olympic champion...
Mark Kennedy is our guest and talks about his unbelievable career with Kevin Martin, Kevin Koe and more!
He does not back down on where he sees the game going and what changes need to be made.
A great interview with Jim Armstrong and his unbelievable curling accomplishments and how he stepped up to help players have a voice.
Judge for yourself when the boys breakdown curling's players association. Kevin has a solution to fix what seems to be a sport behind the eight ball in that regard.
Who would’ve thought that curling would fly in Las Vegas? Hear how Warren took a risk and why.
Kevin and Warren take a deep dive into the history of sweeping and what it's all about. To back it up, we’ve got Karrick Martin on the show, one of the best sweepers in the game! Also, we tackle the big issue of some clubs having to endure exorbitant operating budgets.
- A discussion about prize money and endorsements after we received a note from Saskatchewan's Matt Dunstone.
- Changes are coming to coaching rules. Kevin spoke about it with University of Alberta coach Rob Krepps.
- Tiebreakers and Triple knockouts
- In our "Where are they Now?" segment, Kevin catches up with Jan Betker, best known for playing third on the Sandra Schmirler rink that won three world championships and an Olympic gold medal in the 1990s.
The boys give us their take on coaching, suggesting some radical changes.
Even the best curlers in the world have thrown away games they had locked up.
Pat Ryan / Al Hackner 1985 Brier.
Junior curling needs some fixing up.
What’s the solution to figuring out alternate players?
Where are you now, Kerry Burtnyk?
- An interview with reigning Canadian champion Kerri Einarson.
- Many clubs around the world are going to open up amid COVID-19.
- Players don’t like the tiebreaker changes people are talking about
- Should high-performance teams get a pass into The Scotties and The
Kevin and Warren take a dive into restrictions on who can play in what province. Do you have to live there to play there?
Some curling club expenses are much higher than others and don’t get the same tax breaks etc. Is there a solution?
Some of you had lots to say about sexism in curling.
Kevin and Jimmy sit down for an interview with Rudy Ramcharan.
What are we going to do about slow play at curling clubs? The boys have plenty to say.
The sports world is now implementing plans to start up again. Where does curling fit in?
Sexism in our sport?? There sure is.
Curling pins? Are Kevin and Warren collectors?
And Pete Fenson makes his way into our “Where are they now?” feature.
Kevin and Warren launch into a very interesting discussion about curling stones, how they’re made, how they’re maintained, and why they're not all the same which ultimately creates different outcomes.
There’s more talk of curling returning sooner than later. How is that gonna happen?
Kevin loves the idea of 3 on 3!
Jimmy forces the boys to pick one change that needs to be made in the game.
Where are you now, Cathy King? What an intriguing family!
KevIn brings us up to speed on a conversation he had withthe director of high performance for Curling Canada.
How is Canada going to stay as one of the top curling nations in the world?
What’s up with The Continental Cup not having a USA team?
Why are clubs closing in Toronto and Vancouver?
Is TV affecting live attendance?
Kevin’s weekly instalment of “Where are they now?”
The boys weigh in on changing blank ends...it might cost you points!
Where have all the coaches gone? Many high level retired Canadian curlers have gone on to coach...but not here!
We ask Kevin why he’s not coaching...his answer will surprise you!
We get an email from a multi-time Brier participant who takes issue with the boys' opinion that maybe it’s time to get rid of the format that allows all provinces into the Brier.
Kevin Martin and Warren take on what should happen and what needs to change with curling clubs.
The boys talk about Mixed Doubles and where it will fit in down the road.
Where are you now, Carter Rycroft ?
Should curling look at going to a professional league like other sports or stay with single events?
Should they start running men’s and women’s events together?
What’s going to be the fall out from COVID-19? How’s it going to impact teams?
What’s the story behind Kevin Martin taking up curling when he was a great hockey player?
How much does it cost to run and team and how do they split the cash?
You’re going to be exhausted when you hear how hard Kevin practised every single day.
And the boys weigh in on what to do about junior curling!
Warren Hansen: the guru of the sport!
Kevin Martin: the greatest curler in the world!
We dive right into the late 90s when Kevin Martin finally put his foot down and said enough is enough. It's time for us to get paid!
What needs to happen and what changes have to made for curling to continue as one of the fastest-growing sports.
A couple of hilarious stories about John Morris and Don Walchuk.