The latest curling event in the Calgary bubble gets underway Thursday, as the Grand Slam of Curling’s Champions Cup begins.
One of the rinks competing will be the Matt Dunstone rink, that finished 3rd for a second consecutive year at the Brier.
The team got to Calgary just as word started to filter out about positive COVID-19 tests that caused a delay at the World Men’s Curling Championship.
Third Braeden Moskowy admitted there was some confusion as to what exactly was happening.
“So we actually found out late Friday night, and we had our flight at 6:00 a.m. on Saturday,” Moskowy said. “So we’re like well what do we do here, we didn’t know, so we came out here and still didn’t know anything Saturday or Sunday really,” he added.
Moskowy says with daily testing happening and the curlers knowing what’s at stake, the bubble is very safe as far as he is concerned.
Their first game will be at noon Saskatchewan time against Brad Gushue.