Pete Fenson joins Kev Jackson and Joel Hoover to relive the magic that transpired in Korea for John Shuster and his team that brought home the first gold medal in curling for the US. The crew also discuss the U18 national curling championship, the upcoming World Juniors, and US Men's Nationals.
Olympic medalist and NBCSN analyst, Pete Fenson, talks with Kev Jackson about his history with curling and his path to an Olympic bronze medal in 2006. Kev and Pete also talk about their small Minnesotan town of Bemidji and the significant role it has played in the curling world.
Learn about the history of curling, originating in Scotland, making its way to the global stage and establishing a large recreational presence around America. Pete and Kev discuss how curling has changed in America and internationally.
Nina Roth, the skip of the 2018 US Women's Olympic team joins the podcast where she looks back on her successful curling career beginning in Madison, WI at the age of 10 and looks forward to the upcoming games.