Wayne Middaugh, after the last Capital One Grand Slam and just before the Dominion Tankard. February 3rd, 2012

He seems revitalized after replacing Richard Hart at third on Team Howard. We talked to the longtime skip about his new role, the team’s season and the week ahead at Ontario’s Dominion Tankard.

If you’re looking for a way to improve your game, pick up a copy of Fit to Curl: A Sport-Specific Guide to Training for the World’s Greatest Game by Olympic Gold Medalist John Morris at fittocurl.com or your favourite pro shop.

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Wayne Middaugh a few days before the start of the Tim Hortons Roar of the Rings in Edmonton. December 2nd, 2009

The very first guest on this podcast — way back in 2005 — grabbed just about the last spot into Canada’s Olympic Trials during the Pre-Trials in Prince George. But while they came through the “C” nobody in Edmonton will be taking this veteran lineup lightly. Wayne joined us for a conversation about his team, their chances at the Roar and more.

Would you like to get a signed copy of Fit to Curl: A Sport-Specific Guide to Training for the World’s Greatest Game by John Morris? If you’re in Edmonton, stop into the lobby of the Coliseum Inn — adjacent to Rexall Place — before the start of each draw on December 7th and December 8th. We’ll be there for one before the games get started with books that have been signed by John Morris. If you’re not in Edmonton, head over to fittocurl.com to purchase one or find it in the best pro shops.

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Wayne Middaugh after the Casino-Rama Skins Game. December 16th, 2007

After his runner-up finish at the Casino-Rama Skins and before his escape through the “B” side in his zone playdown, Wayne Middaugh made time for The Curling Show. We talked about the return of one of curling’s most popular events, his appearance with the other three Skins skips on Off the Record with Michael Landsberg and more.

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Catching up with Wayne Middaugh. December 12th, 2006

About a year-and-a-half ago, Wayne Middaugh was the first guest on this podcast. His team is off to a slow start this season but it’s always interesting to hear from a guy who has been a fixture in competitive curling for nearly twenty years.

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Wayne Middaugh at The Trials. December 6th, 2005

If you can’t get too much Trials coverage, listen to our interview with first-time fifth man Wayne Middaugh. He gives us his perspective on the event so far, the qualifying process and a whole lot more.

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Wayne Middaugh Interview. June 23rd, 2005

The first edition of The Curling Show brings listeners an 18 minute interview with Wayne Middaugh. We cover a range of topics – last season’s disappointments, the new team he’ll be skipping next year, his fifth man role at the Olympic Trials, his standing with curling fans, the situation with Revenue Canada and, yes, the Joe Frans suspension. As expected, Wayne is open and honest about all of it.

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The intro music features Black Pudding, our favorite ironic metal band.

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