All Mixed Up ft. Brad Gushue 

This episode is dedicated to the friends and family of the late Barry Fry.

The world mixed doubles championship is now underway in Scotland and Kevin and Warren share their first impressions of the tournament including Canada’s thrilling come-from-behind win over Spain to start. 

Team Canada’s Brad Gushue joins the show to chat about competing in the world mixed doubles, learning on the fly with Kerri Einarson and how much they rely on coach Scott Pfeifer for advice. Gushue also discusses potential rule changes to make mixed doubles more balanced between the male and female player, how hard the sport is on his body and how difficult it is not having family and fan support in the crowds this year. 

This podcast is produced by Warren Hansen and Amil Delic, mixed and sounded designed by Amil Delic, and hosted by Kevin Martin, Warren Hansen and Jim Jerome. Additional editing support by Andrew Holland.

Audio Credits: Sportsnet.

The views and opinions expressed in this podcast are those of the hosts and guests and do not necessarily reflect the position of Rogers Sports & Media or any affiliates.

This episode is dedicated to the friends and family of the late Barry Fry.

The world mixed doubles championship is now underway in Scotland and Kevin and Warren share their first impressions of the tournament including Canada’s thrilling come-from-behind win over Spain to start. 

Team Canada’s Brad Gushue joins the show to chat about competing in the world mixed doubles, learning on the fly with Kerri Einarson and how much they rely on coach Scott Pfeifer for advice. Gushue also discusses potential rule changes to make mixed doubles more balanced between the male and female player, how hard the sport is on his body and how difficult it is not having family and fan support in the crowds this year. 

This podcast is produced by Warren Hansen and Amil Delic, mixed and sounded designed by Amil Delic, and hosted by Kevin Martin, Warren Hansen and Jim Jerome. Additional editing support by Andrew Holland.

Audio Credits: Sportsnet.

The views and opinions expressed in this podcast are those of the hosts and guests and do not necessarily reflect the position of Rogers Sports & Media or any affiliates.