I’m not a huge curling fan (especially compared to some librarians that I know!) But since the World Men’s Curling Championships are in Regina this week and because someone at work hooked me up with four tickets for Sunday night’s draw so I could take Shea as well as my parents, I’ve been following it a lot more closely – including plunking down in front of the TV for three hours tonight to watch a huge game.
Tonight was a match-up of two undefeated teams (and a possible preview of next Sunday’s gold medal game?) with Canada’s Jeff Stoughton taking on Scotland’s Tom Brewster. Canada prevailed to stay undefeated in round-robin play.
In honour of the victory, I thought I’d post a clip of the trick shot Stoughton occasionally does, even in real games on occasion. Along with the retro corn broom he uses when throwing his stones, this is a guy who knows how to market his sport!