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Curling Legends: Episode 75 – Erika Brown

A legend from the first family of Madison curling.

Erika Brown started young. At the age of 15 she qualified for the 1988 Olympic Winter Games and would compete in her first World Junior Championships a month after her appearance in Calgary. 

Erika shares her experiences growing up in the first family of Madison curling, playing third for Lisa Schoeneberg and Patti Lank, then returning to skip and reaching the Olympics 26 years after her first appearance. She looks back on a storied career of 14 world championship appearances and three Olympic Winter Games, including four second-place finishes, and the close calls that kept her from reaching the ultimate goal, a gold medal.  

This episode also includes an excerpt from the Rocks Across The Pond podcast episode Galleria Gold (84:00).


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