Allen Cameron’s preview piece appears in seven newspapers this morning, including the National Post – which is subscription-only. Fortunately, for readers of The Curling News, his expanded 1,600-word version is already in the December issue, which has been arriving this week at subscriber’s homes. Yep, better not wait to catch the club copies folks, heaven knows when Canada Post will decide to deliver them. Your subscription is clearly your best option.
David Nedohin, in the December issue’s They Said It:
I’m really anxious about it. The last couple were really big events but these Trials seems to have an extra energy about them. It’s just a massive event – bigger than the Olympics even for curling. But it’s going to be tough because any one of the (twenty) teams there honestly has a great chance to win it.
Elsewhere, Great Britain/Scotland’s defending world wheelchair champs won a major Paralympic tuneup event in Prague (Canada placed third); U.S. women’s Olympians Team Johnson were featured on Voice of America; and the city of Lowell, Mass. is starting to get crazy about curling, in advance of the 2006 men’s worlds coming to town in March.
That all sounds palpable.