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Friday, April 08, 2005

New Curling Blog

Back in February, I posted a diatribe on both The Sports Economist and The Eclectic Econoclast about the poor deal that the Canadian Curling Association made with the CBC for televising the major curling events in Canada. That posting led to an e-mail exchange with Alan Adamson, and we have recently launched a new blog, Curling, which is devoted entirely to the sport of Curling -- it strategies, the media problems, techniques, etc.

If Canada wins the tie-breaker this afternoon (so that CBC will be interested in televising the game at 6pm EDT this evening), I will be live-blogging the game as it progresses.
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