George Karrys of The Curling News with an almost-end-of-season review. April 14th, 2013

With only a few major events left on the schedule this season, I talked to George Karrys about this past season.

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George Karrys of The Curling News looks back and ahead. Not at the same time but at least in the same interview. July 23rd, 2009

The 1998 Olympic Silver Medalist who moved to the media bench offers his take on the past curling season and the importance of this upcoming Olympic year. Lots of good thoughts for people who follow the game and try to build it at the club level.

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George Karrys looks back on the 2007-2008 curling season. June 9th, 2008

It’s our annual early summer roundup with the former Olympian and the current curling media maven. It’s a lengthy conversation so pack a full cooler if you’re bringing your iPod out on the deck.

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Recapping the season with George Karrys. May 14th, 2007

A lengthy interview to help you avoid spring yard work, as curling media maven George Karrys got on the phone for our annual look back. We talk about the season that was, the road ahead for the sport (although this interview was recorded a couple of days before the announcement of the early exit of Dave Parkes) and even manage to add to the confusion surrounding Mixed Doubles.

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George Karrys, Part II. May 3rd, 2006

It’s the second half of our two-part interview with curling scribe, promoter and Olympic silver medalist George Karrys. We discuss the CCA and its image problems, touch on how curling is produced for television and even get some insight into the possibility of another athlete calendar in 2006-2007.

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George Karrys Interview. April 26th, 2006

For a look back at the 2005-2006 season, we talked to George Karrys of The Curling News. George may have attended more events than anyone last year and we get his perspective on most of them. This is the first half of a two-part interview.

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