Matt English

Writer and former curler

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Writer and former curler in Toronto

Matt English on KCRW

Curlers everywhere are up in arms over their brooms. Curling the sport, that is. Most of the world’s curlers live north of the border in Canada where people take the sport seriously.

A Curling Controversy

Curlers everywhere are up in arms over their brooms. Curling the sport, that is. Most of the world’s curlers live north of the border in Canada where people take the sport seriously.

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