With the curling season about to get underway, we wrapped up our slower summer schedule with a conversation with Bob Labonte. In 1972, Bob was at the center of the most bizarre finish in the history of the World Curling Championship. If you want to look back at the events in question, the CBC has it in the archives here. Sweet intro music and a young Don Chevrier narrating.
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