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Tuesday, February 28, 2006

Curling on the Radio?:
BC & Team Canada, Thursday morning

There is no live mainstream media coverage of the morning draws from The Scott Tournament of Hearts,. However, Thursday morning, at 6:30am (MST), the match between Team Canada (from Manitoba), skipped by Jennifer Jones ,and British Columbia, skipped by Kelly Scott, will be broadcast via streaming audio over the internet by CHRWRadio. The announcers will be Doc Palmer and Alan Adamson, who are blogging continuously from The Scott with commentary and photos: see here.

And for audio clips of interviews with some of the curlers, see here.

Posted by EclectEcon on February 28, 2006 in Sports | Permalink


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BC & Team Canada, Thursday morning


Curling would be a lot more interesting if they could employ a downhill curling event.

Posted by: Duke | 2006-02-28 10:07:48 AM

Have you ever curled?

Posted by: Adam Daifallah | 2006-02-28 11:58:03 AM

Curling is Bocce on ice...

Posted by: Stopthetrain | 2006-02-28 1:12:32 PM

Like Golf, curling is most likely fun to play but boring as hell to watch.

Posted by: Warwick | 2006-02-28 1:22:04 PM

A lot easier to watch than cricket!!!

Posted by: lwestin | 2006-02-28 3:19:30 PM

A lot easier to watch than men's olympic hockey!

Posted by: Chazz | 2006-03-01 9:53:43 AM

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