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On this week's episode we take a look back at the 2022 European Championships with winning skips Madeleine Dupont of Denmark and Bruce Mouat of Scotland. We also chat with Greg Baldson who led his team to a title at the 2022 Everest Canadian Curling Club Championship.
This week we present a mini-episode with our guests Laurie St. Georges and Félix Asselin fresh of their victory at the 2022 Canadian Mixed Championship.
On this week's episode of the From the Hack podcast we recap the first-ever Pan-Continental Championships held last week in Caglary. Our firs guest is Jessica Smith whose team earned New Zealand's first ever invite to the World Women's Championship after finishing 5th in Calgary, less than two after after being diagnosed with Hodgkins Lymphoma. Our other guest this week is EJ Harnden of Team Gushue who won the men's event at the Pan-Continantels. Harnden, discusses the even in Calgary and his transition from Team Jacobs to Team Gushue.
On this week's episode we welcome twelve time Grand Slam winner Emma Miskew, 2022 World Mixed champion Jean-Michel Ménard and Olympian/curling broadcaster Hans Frauenlob who helps us preview the upcoming Pan-Continental Championship.
Curling Canada says the Scotties Tournament of Hearts in Thunder Bay, Ont., will operate under Ontario's current public health measures and an approved framework from the office of the chief medical officer.
Canadian curler Kaitlyn Lawes looks back on her Olympic gold in mixed doubles at PyeongChang 2018, reflects on her disappointment in not qualifying with Team Jones in 2018, and her mentality heading into Beijing 2022, looking to add to her two Olympic gold medals.
As some qualifying events in curling get cancelled, organizers in this region and across the country are starting to have to choose teams based on a ranking system to determine who gets to compete.
Rachel Homan and John Morris weren't the only ones celebrating after their selection to wear the Maple Leaf in mixed doubles curling competition at the Beijing Olympics. The nomination also cleared the path for Team Hollie Duncan to represent Ontario at the national championship.