The Curling Show
Reid Carruthers of Team Stoughton. November 16th, 2010

If you haven’t been in western Canada this year, you saw Reid Carruthers new delivery for the first time during CBC’s coverage of the season’s first Capital One Grand Slam. I talked to Reid about modifying the way he throws, losing the final at the Grey Power World Cup of Curling and a few of the strange things that have happened to Team Stoughton during the 2010-2011 campaign.

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Fifth Men at the 2008 Tim Horton’s Brier. March 15th, 2008

Sure, you can hear and read loads from the skips and the all-star players but only on this podcast can you listen to the Fifth Men ramble on right before their two-shot competition. Let’s just say this edition is only for those truly addicted to curling.

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Reid Carruthers Interview. March 1st, 2006

Not long after losing in the final of the Safeway Select to Team Stoughton, we talked to Reid Carruthers, one of the young curlers on his way up in Manitoba. We talked to Reid about moving from junior to men’s play, the final against Stoughton and his plans for the rest of the season.

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