Learning To Curl With Gold Medalist Tyler George

Tyler George, Olympic Gold Medalist in Curling for Team USA, was in the area to promote curling in conjunction with the Black Swamp Curling Center and Bowling Green Curling Club. So, I tried learning to Curl. It was a blast ... not that I'm very good.

You can find out more about curling here with the Black Swamp Curling Center .

And, listen to Scott's interview with Tyler George here .

 
 
 

Name: Tyler George

Sport: Curling

Position: Vice skip

Height: 5'11

DOB: 10/6/1982

Birthplace: Duluth, Minn.

Hometown: Duluth, Minn.

Olympic Experience

  • 2018 Olympic Winter Games: Gold

World Championship Experience

  • World Men's Championship: 2017 (4th), 2016 (bronze), 2015 (5th), 2010 (4th)

Other Career Highlights

  • Olympic Winter Games: 2018 (gold)
  • Olympic Team Trials: 2018 (champion) 2014 (4th), 2010 (runner-up)
  • U.S. Nationals: 2017 (champion), 2016 (runner-up), 2015 (champion), 2014 (6th), 2013 (2nd), 2012 (8th), 2011 (runner-up), 2010 (champion), 2009 (runner-up), 2008 (5th)
  • Junior Men's Nationals: 2003 (semifinalist), 2001 (semifinalist), 2000 (5th)
  • U.S. Mixed National Championships: 2002 (runner-up)
  • World Junior Championships: 2001 (bronze as alternate for Andy Roza)
  • U.S. Mixed Doubles Championship: 2011 (3rd)
  • Karuizawa International Bonspiel: 2011 (silver)
  • Curtis Cup for Sportsmanship winner, 2001 Junior Nationals

Personal: Curls out of: Duluth Curling Club

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