This time next week I’ll be in Estonia for the European Championships.
It will be a real honour for me today to receive an honorary degree from the University of Stirling.
Last week’s tournament in Portage made it two quarter-finals in a row since my comeback.
It feels great to be back in Canada.
It feels great to be writing this week’s column as a competitive curler rather than a curler recovering from injury.
A few weeks ago I was pretty certain that America would be winning a Ryder Cup in Europe for the first time in a quarter of a century – and possibly by a wide margin.
This time next week the Ryder Cup will be underway.
What a feelgood story the Scottish women’s football team have given us this week.
Ryder Cup captains always seem to be pushing for more picks.
It’s taken a while, with the new season just about to start, but the full British Curling programme for the new season has now been announced.