Saturday, March 6, 2010

GB's McCreadie hints at retirement (again)

Four years ago, just after Great Britain saw the gold medal they had been favourites to win, flash away with their last rock. skip Frank Duffy and 3rd Michael McCreadie announced their retirement from competitive wheelchair curling.

Frank did quit, but Michael, who'll be 64 on March 16th, soon re-stoked the competitive fires. Next week extends a Paralympic career that began in the pool 38 years ago in ago in Heidelberg, Germany, and continued with bowls, wheelchair basketball and now curling.

"It's good to know that talent is still there from way back then," he told The Press Association's Matt McGeehan.

"(Vancouver gold) would be one of the greatest achievements of my career and maybe a good time to say bye-bye."

Read the interview HERE.

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