Embracing The Future of Curling, with George Karrys

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A native of Thornhill, Ontario, George Karrys has done just about everything in curling. As lead for Team Mike Harris, he won the Ontario junior title in 1986 and later a silver medal at the 1998 Olympic Winter Games in Nagano. Off the ice, he parlayed a journalism degree into ownership of The Curling News, broadcasting and media relations with the World Curling Federation and a consulting career with a variety of sport organizations, agencies, trades and others.

This ROCKTalk is free for your players and coach, $20 for all others.

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"Embracing the Future of Curling," with George Karrys
September 7, 2018 - 8PM
KW Granite Club

Where is our sport going? Will it ever be possible to earn a living in curling? Self-proclaimed "Curling Guy", Olympian, and publisher of the internationally distributed The Curling News (print and digital), George Karrys has a few thoughts on the matter. With over 30 years competing and working in the sport, we can't think of anyone with a more accurate forecast of curling and all it will offer to curlers in the future.

This ROCKTalk offers insights into global trends from the Olympic level to recreational curling and how juniors can leverage their curling connections to build careers on and off the ice. Get practical tips on post-secondary and career choices that can complement your curling and find out how you can help shape the sport for tomorrow.

This ROCKTalk is free for players and coaches registered for the U21+ Royal Slam, $20 for all others.

   

When?

Fri, Sep. 7, 2018
8 p.m. - 10 p.m. Canada/Eastern

How Much?

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Where?

Kitchener Waterloo Granite Club
99 Seagram Dr
Waterloo, Ontario N2L 3B6
Canada