Mar 9, 2013|
Pete Sheppard is joined by Lenny Clarke where the two discuss Pete's first and only curling experience over 7 years ago. Lenny was actually there covering the event as part of the media. Pete describes the pain he still feels in his shoulder from the fall on the ice that day. Listen here for all the hilarious graphic details.
Transcript - will not be 100% accurate
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