The Curling Show
Sherry Middaugh, leading a team that’s now #5 in the CTRS and #3 on the WCT Order of Merit. November 14th, 2012

Yes, it’s been a while since a podcast made it from the computer to this thing called the Internet. Turns out Hurricane Sandy wiping out power in New Jersey throws a podcaster’s schedule way off track. I recorded this interview with Sherry Middaugh back in October and it’s languished on the hard drive since then. A shame, since it’s a good one and I hope you’ll give it a listen.

I also hope you’ll consider attending the inaugural Camp Fit to Curl next spring. John Morris will be leading it from May 4-6, 2013, in Seattle. Find out more at

Sherry Middaugh after winning the Ontario Women’s Curling Championship. January 31st, 2008

We talked to Sherry a couple of days after she returned from beautiful Espanola, where her team captured the Ontario Scotties Tournament of Hearts title and earned the right to represent the province at the Canadian Women’s Curling Championship.

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Sherry Middaugh Interview. October 28th, 2005

Sherry Middaugh, skip of the first team to qualify for the 2005 Olympic Trials in Halifax (Canada Cup win in 2003), joined us to talk about the current season, international play and the state of the women’s game. The runback segment reveals that you can take the girl out of Saskatchewan, but you can’t take the Saskatchewan out of the girl.


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