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Jeff Passan
Jeff Passan

Sports Columnist; Author of "The Arm: Inside the Billion-Dollar Mystery of the Most Valuable Commodity in Sports"

Twitter - @JeffPassan | @YahooSports
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Episodes: 3/21/2018 @9:30 AM, 3/8/2017 @9:30 AM, 11/23/2016 @9:00 AM

Rodney Paul
Rodney Paul

Sports Economist, Professor of Sport Management
Syracuse University

Rodney J. Paul is a Sports Economist and Professor of Sport Management in the Department of Sport Management at the David B. Falk College of Sport and Human Dynamics.

His research has appeared on Buffalo Sabres Gamenight and, in CFO Magazine, and in various newspaper and radio outlets, including interviews on National Public Radio focused on the NFL labor situation, the Los Angeles Dodgers© financial difficulties, and the TV rights to the Olympic Games. He has presented at conferences both nationally and internationally, and his work has been published in The Journal of Sports Economics, International Journal of Sport Finance, Applied Economics, Atlantic Economic Journal, Quarterly Review of Economics and Finance, Journal of Economics and Finance, and others. He has also authored numerous book chapters on sport economics and business.

Rodney serves as the faculty advisor to the Baseball Statistics and Sabermetrics Club at Syracuse University. The research work (Show Full Bio)of the club involving the effect of atmospheric conditions on pitchers in Major League Baseball was presented in the poster session of the 2014 MIT/Sloan Sports Analytics Conference and was the focus of the Numbers column in ESPN the Magazine in the July 7, 2014 issue.

Topics addressed in his research include:
Market Efficiency
Behavioral Biases in Sports Wagering Markets
Empirically Modeling Game Attendance
Empirically Modeling Television Ratings
Uncertainty of Outcome Hypothesis
Competitive Balance
Prediction Markets in Sports
Voting Models of College Sports Polls

Ph.D., Applied Economics, Clemson University, Clemson, SC
M.A., Applied Economics, Clemson University, Clemson, SC
B.S., Mathematics, Lebanon Valley College, Annville, PA
B.A., Economics, Lebanon Valley College, Annville, PA

Episodes: 3/21/2018 @9:00 AM, 3/8/2017 @9:00 AM, 12/14/2016 @8:30 AM

Rob Vollman
Rob Vollman

Author of "Stat Shot: The Ultimate Guide to Hockey Analytics"

Rob Vollman is an author, speaker, consultant, and long-time pioneer in the field of hockey analytics. His popular innovations have helped win Stanley Cups and Gold medals, and have shaped the way that teams are built, and the game is covered.

A former member of the Professional Hockey Writers Association, Rob was first published in the Fall 2001 issue of the Hockey Research Journal. He has since co-authored all six Hockey Prospectus books, two McKeen's magazines, and has authored three book in his own Bill James-inspired Hockey Abstract series, including the highly popular 2016 book, Stat Shot.

While modern advanced statistical hockey analysis stands on a mountain of complexity, Rob's work is best known for being expressed in clear, focused, and applicable terms, often presented in a humourous and entertaining way. Whether you're arguing about the worst trades in history or which team improved most in the off-season, Rob's objective approach will add clear, cold facts to(Show Full Bio) the discussion in a style that is undeniably engaging—and convincing!

Rob's most popular innovations include player usage charts, quality starts and home-plate save percentage for goaltenders, goals versus salary (GVS) to measure a player's cap value, the team luck index, his history-based projection systems, coaching metrics, the setup passes statistic, and advances in the field of NHL translations and league equivalencies (NHLe) to understand how well players coming from other leagues will perform.

In 2014, Rob organized a grassroots hockey analytics conference in Calgary as a platform for the field's latest innovations, starting a movement that has since spread to eight other cities, including annual events in Ottawa, Rochester, and Vancouver.

Rob's work can be found every week on and ESPN Insider, where he has been featured since the 2008-09 season. In all, Rob has written 800 columns for a variety of hockey websites, and has been featured in the Hockey News, the Globe and Mail, the Washington Post, Forbes, and Rolling Stone.

Since his first guest appearances on Nashville Predators radio in the summer of 2011 and throughout the subsequent season, Rob has made over 300 appearances on 60 different radio programs, TV shows and podcasts in 20 NHL cities, including most notably NHL Game Day, Hockey Night in Canada radio, Sportsnet's Hockey Central and 2015 Trade Deadline coverage, Boston Bruins NESN television, TSN's That's Hockey, ESPN's Sportscenter and Hockey Today, CBC Radio, and Wharton Business Radio.

Based in Calgary, Rob is one of the field's most trusted and entertaining voices, and has helped bring what was once a niche hobby into the mainstream.

Twitter - @robvollmanNHL

Episodes: 3/21/2018 @8:30 AM, 3/8/2017 @8:30 AM, 12/14/2016 @9:00 AM

Mike Sexton
Mike Sexton

Professional Poker Player

Mike Sexton is a poker visionary who is considered one of the premiere ambassadors of poker, and was elected to the Poker Hall of Fame in 2009. He is noted for creating two mega events in the poker world. He was the founder of both the Tournament of Champions of Poker (TOC) and the PartyPoker Million. Mike Sexton’s previous book, Shuffle Up and Deal was a NY Times best-seller. He conducts poker seminars throughout the country, was the primary instructor for the WPT Boot Camp when it launched and has done seminars at Harvard Law School & the Fisher School of Business at Ohio State. Sexton is also an Army veteran.

Twitter - @MikeSexton_WPT

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Episodes: 3/21/2018 @8:00 AM, 12/27/2017 @8:40 AM, 3/8/2017 @8:00 AM, 1/4/2017 @8:30 PM

Rob Arthur
Rob Arthur

Baseball Columnist

Rob Arthur is a journalist and consultant covering baseball, criminal justice, politics, and other topics. His articles have appeared in FiveThirtyEight, the New York Times, Slate, and VICE News. He earned his Ph.D. in evolutionary genetics from the University of Chicago in 2015.

Twitter - @No_Little_Plans
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Episodes: 3/14/2018 @8:30 AM, 9/20/2017 @8:30 AM, 10/5/2016 @9:00 AM

Daniel Stone
Daniel Stone

Assistant Professor
Bowdoin College

Dan Stone has been Assistant Professor of Economics at Bowdoin College since 2012 and prior to that was Assistant Professor of Economics at Oregon State University. His main research interest is belief formation and decision-making under uncertainty. Much of his research is on sports applications because of the clean data, particularly questionable beliefs, and observed choices, and because sports are fun. His other work is in political media; the data is/are not as good but the beliefs and behavior are also pretty questionable.

Episode: 3/14/2018 @9:00 AM

Chad Millman
Chad Millman

Head of Media
The Action Network

Chad Millman is Head of Media for The Action Network, a Chernin Group-backed sports media company delivering premium content and analytics to the invested sports fan.

I spent five years at SI, as a reporter and a correspondent for its broadcast network, CNNSI, before joining ESPN The Magazine as an editor in 1998.

In 2011, I became editor-in-chief of the magazine and, in 2016, I became Editorial Director of ESPN Domestic Digital. I also created the gambling beat for ESPN and contributed weekly podcasts and columns, in addition to making regular TV appearances to discuss the culture of sports betting. That lead to my current role, as Head of Media for The Action Network, a Chernin Group-backed sports media company delivering premium content and analytics to the invested sports fan. Along the way, I’ve written or co-authored seven books. Most recent works include: The 2010 national best-seller The Ones Who Hit the Hardest, about the blood feud between the 1970s Steelers an(Show Full Bio)d Cowboys, written with Shawn Coyne, and the New York Times best-seller They Call Me Baba Booey, with Gary Dell’Abate. In 2008, I worked with UFC fighter Chuck Liddell on his bio Iceman: My Fighting Life, which was also a Times best-seller. Other books include: Invincible, with Vince Papale; The Detonators: The Secret Plot to Destroy America and an Epic Hunt for Justice, the true story of a 1916 terrorist attack on New York Harbor; The Odds, about a trio of Vegas bookmakers and wiseguys; and Pickup Artists, co-authored with Lars Anderson, which examined the culture of playground basketball in America.

Twitter - @chadmillman
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Episode: 3/7/2018 @9:45 AM

Dean Oliver
Dean Oliver

VP of Data Science

Dean Oliver is the Vice President of Data Science for TruMedia, a company providing analytical databases to teams and the media. Dean has been a pioneer in sports analytics across basketball and football. His book, Basketball on Paper, serves as the principle handbook for doing basketball analytics and he has worked in the front office for the Denver Nuggets and Sacramento Kings. His work has been lauded by sabermetrics pioneer Bill James, Hall of Fame basketball coach Dean Smith, and has been featured in media outlets for more than a decade. From team efficiency ratings to the Four Factors to individual offensive and defensive ratings – Dean Oliver has had a significant hand in all of basketball analytics.

At ESPN, Dean headed up the sports analytics group, developing products across multiple sports. That group constructed numerous important metrics to better evaluate football players and units, including Total QBR for quarterbacks, Pass Protection for the offensive line, and P(Show Full Bio)ass Rush for the defensive line. It also constructed the Football Power Index, the College Basketball Power Index, and improved the Soccer Power Index, originally developed by Nate Silver. Dean was a regular voice in working with analysts and coaches on TV and online so that they started seeing the value of analytics to storytelling.

Episodes: 3/7/2018 @8:15 AM, 11/29/2017 @9:00 AM, 11/11/2015 @8:00 AM

Jeff Ma
Jeff Ma

Director of Business Insights; Member of the MIT Blackjack Team

As a member of the infamous MIT Blackjack Team, Jeff Ma created an ingenious method for counting cards—using talent, creativity, math, and teamwork to win millions in Las Vegas. (Card-counting, by the way, is not illegal; casinos just don’t like it). Ma was the inspiration for the best-selling book Bringing Down the House and the hit movie, 21, which topped the box office in its first two weeks. He has since helped start four different companies including CircleLending (sold to Virgin) and Citizen Sports (sold to Yahoo) and become a sought-after corporate speaker.
Beyond his work as an entrepreneur, Ma has been a pioneer in the “Moneyball” movement working with professional sports teams like the San Francisco 49ers and the Portland Trail Blazers and media powerhouses like ESPN and Major League Baseball Advanced Media, helping them to make better decisions using data and analytics. His most recent book, “The House Advantage: Playing the Odds to Win Big in Business” draws on his uniqu(Show Full Bio)e experiences at the table and in the sports world to create a truly accessible book about analytics.

His time in Vegas, in sports and as an entrepreneur make him one of the leading speakers on how big data is changing the world. Ma’s speeches are entertaining, accessible and informative as he weaves tales of winning millions of dollars at the tables with discussing stats with the like of Jerry West, Billy Beane and Bill Walsh with stories of how avoiding cognitive biases can grow your business. Audiences across the globe have listened intently to Ma tell a story and deliver a message that no one else can.

In 2012, Ma founded a company called tenXer with the vision to revolutionize human capital management by using data and analytics to create better management, recruiting and evaluation tools. In April of 2015, tenXer was acquired by Twitter. Ma is currently the Senior Director of Business Insights at Twitter.

Twitter - @jeffma

Episodes: 3/7/2018 @9:30 AM, 2/8/2017 @9:30 AM

Brian Burke
Brian Burke

Sr. Analyst; Creator of Advanced Football Analytics

Brian Burke is a senior analyst for ESPN. Prior to joining ESPN, Brian was a consultant to several NFL teams and a regular contributor to the NY Times, Washington Post, Slate, NBC Sports and other outlets. He helped develop many of the core models and tools used in football analytics today, and much of his research can be found at his former website Brian is a graduate of the US Naval Academy and was a Navy carrier pilot and combat veteran.

Twitter - @bburkeESPN

Episodes: 3/7/2018 @9:00 AM, 11/15/2017 @9:00 AM, 8/30/2017 @8:30 AM, 4/12/2017 @9:00 AM

Mina Kimes
Mina Kimes

On-Air Personality, Senior Writer.

I’m a senior writer at ESPN the Magazine, where I write features and columns about sports. I also co-host several shows on ESPN and ESPN Radio, and am a panelist on Around the Horn.

Before joining ESPN, I worked as an investigative reporter for Bloomberg News and a features writer for Fortune magazine. I studied English at Yale University and live in Los Angeles.

I co-host a weekly NFL podcast, Nickel Package.

Twitter - @minakimes
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Episode: 3/7/2018 @8:00 AM

Sandy Weil
Sandy Weil

Director of Sports Analytics
Kroenke Sports

Twitter - @sportsmetrician

Episode: 3/7/2018 @8:30 AM

Kirk Lacob
Kirk Lacob

Assistant GM
The Golden State Warriors

Kirk Lacob is currently in his fourth season as assistant general manager for the Golden State Warriors and his sixth season overall in the team’s front office.

In his current role, Lacob reports directly to General Manager Bob Myers and assists with all aspects of the team’s day-to-day basketball operations.

Lacob joined the Warriors in October 2010 as the team’s director of basketball operations. In that role he supported on a variety of front office roles, including player personnel evaluation, draft preparation and scouting, as well as helping to further the use of statistics and technologies in basketball operations. He also served two years (2011-13) as the team’s player development representative with the league office, coordinating and implementing programs to aid in the overall development of players both on and off the court.

Additionally, Lacob continues to oversee operations for the Warriors NBA Development League team, the Santa Cruz Warriors, and serv(Show Full Bio)ed as the club’s general manager for three seasons from 2011-2014. He also played a vital role in the team’s relocation to Santa Cruz from its former home in Bismarck, North Dakota, prior to the 2012-13 season. The transition has been an overwhelming success as the Santa Cruz Warriors have appeared in the D-League Finals in each of their first three seasons in Northern California and, this past season, claimed the 2014-15 D-League Championship. In 2013-14, Santa Cruz was named the league’s Development Champion, an annual award recognizing the NBA D-League team that best embodies the league’s goals of developing NBA basketball talent via GATORADE Call-Ups and assignments.

A native of Woodside, CA, Lacob graduated from Stanford University in 2010 with a degree in Science, Technology and Society.

Lacob is active in local basketball leagues and on occasion plays at San Quentin State Penitentiary. He is a lifelong fan of the San Francisco 49ers, Oakland A’s, San Francisco Giants, all things Stanford Cardinal and, most importantly, the Golden State Warriors.

Episode: 3/7/2018 @8:45 AM

Ben Alomar
Ben Alomar

Director of Sports Analytics

Benjamin Alamar is the Director of Sports Analytics at ESPN and author of the Sports Analytics: A Guide for Coaches, Managers, and Other Decision Makers (August, 2013). He has consulted with a variety of teams in the NFL and NBA, including five seasons with the Oklahoma City Thunder and with a variety of companies in sports analytics. He has published numerous research studies in sports analytics and has written on sports analytics for outlets such as ESPN, Analytics Magazine, and the Wall Street Journal. Additionally, Professor Alamar is the founding editor of the Journal of Quantitative Analysis in Sports, the first peer-reviewed academic journal for research in sports analytics.

Twitter - @BenAlamarESPN

Episode: 3/7/2018 @9:15 AM

Bud Elliot
Bud Elliot

National Recruiting Director
SB Nation

Bud Elliott is the National Recruiting Analyst & Editor for He's a Florida native and an attorney. He holds degrees from Alabama and Florida State, both of which have fan bases that are obsessed with recruiting.

Episodes: 2/28/2018 @8:30 AM, 2/3/2016 @8:00 AM

Nick Goepper
Nick Goepper

Freeride Skier (Slopestyle)

American slopestyle freeskier, Nick Goepper medaled at the 2014 Winter Olympics in Sochi, Russia, where freeskiing made its Olympic debut and most recently won the Silver medal at the 2018 Winter Olympic Games becoming the first Slopestyle skier to have won two Olympic medals.

Nick grew up in Lawrenceburg, a small town in Southern Indiana. He started skiing at the age of five at a small resort nearby, Perfect North, a place Goepper describes as “the size of your typical bunny hill at any resort out West.” The local 300-foot ski hills had terrain parks and a grassroots freestyle scene. The moment he learned to “catch air” on his skis he fell in love with the sport and it has been his number one passion ever since.

On a visit to an action sports camp in Ohio when Nick was 15, he caught the attention of a veteran in the ski industry. Within a few months, Nick was moving out West, to Mount Hood, Oregon, to attend the action sports school Windells Academy, on a full-ride athle(Show Full Bio)tic and academic scholarship with year-round access to training and legendary freeride coach, Mike Hanley. This full-time coaching and training was the opportunity of a lifetime for Goepper. Nick’s family remained in Indiana. Nick flourished to the top of the sport and quickly became known globally.

Nick has taken home a total of 5 X-Games medals, two Olympic medals (Silver and Bronze), along with a plethora of national and international podiums finishes.
When not on the slopes, Nick’s cross training include skateboarding, biking, surfing, and swimming. He also enjoys speaking to school groups and visiting children’s hospitals.

Twitter - @NickGoepper

Episode: 2/28/2018 @9:00 AM

Ken Pomeroy
Ken Pomeroy

Basketball Analyst

Ken Pomeroy has been charting college basketball’s advanced statistics at since 2004. After leaving a career as a meteorologist, Ken has covered basketball full-time since 2012. He currently writes on-line for The Athletic and has previously contributed to ESPN, Slate, and Deadspin.

Episodes: 2/21/2018 @8:30 AM, 3/15/2017 @9:00 AM, 3/16/2016 @8:00 AM, 3/18/2015 @8:30 AM

John Templon
John Templon

Investigative Data Reporter
Buzzfeed News

John Templon is an investigative data journalist for BuzzFeed News where he has reported on figure skating, tennis, immigration and politics among other things. He joined BuzzFeed in 2014 from Chicago-based technology startup Narrative Science.

Episodes: 2/14/2018 @8:30 AM, 1/20/2016 @8:00 AM

Derek Belch
Derek Belch


Derek Belch is the founder and CEO of STRIVR, a Palo Alto-based company that uses immersive technology to improve human performance. Belch laid the foundation for STRIVR during the 2014 season with the Stanford Cardinal football team when he was an assistant coach for the team while completing a masters degree in VR. His thesis project was exploring virtual reality applied to sports training and he worked with the Cardinal during the season to build and test the technology that is now STRIVR. STRIVR currently works with 25 professional and collegiate sports teams and several Fortune 100 companies, all of whom use VR to improve the performance of their players and employees. Belch holds three degrees from Stanford (BA Communication, MA Journalism, MA Media Studies), as well as an MBA from the University of Southern California. He resides in Menlo Park, CA, with his wife, Amelia, and sons, Preston and Aiden.

Twitter - @strivrlabs

Episode: 2/7/2018 @9:00 AM

Oliver Miller-Farrell
Oliver Miller-Farrell

Business Development Director, North America
Perform Group Organization

Oliver has been with Opta since 2012, and now oversees the business development for Perform Content in North America. His efforts support major broadcasters and leading digital platforms, such as NBC, Fox, ESPN, and Yahoo, helping them explore creative ways to see full value from data and content. Beginning his career with Opta as a live data analyst, and then moving on to managing the U.S. operation, he brings an array of knowledge and experience to his current role.

Leading the OptaPro division in North America, he works closely with Opta's official league and federation partnerships, including MLS and US Soccer, as well as with individual teams on their performance analysis and scouting. A former player, coach, and analyst, he draws on a unique set of perspectives to educate and support the space. Prior to his time at Opta, he earned a B.A. degree concentrated in Neuroscience, and joins this together with his knowledge in sport and data to encourage smarter decision making.<(Show Full Bio)br>
Twitter - @Oliver_M_F

Episode: 2/7/2018 @8:30 AM

Todd Steussie
Todd Steussie

COO/Executive VP

Extensive experience in developing analytic and predictive models in healthcare and decision sciences. He played in the NFL for fourteen years, started in two pro bowls, fourteen playoff games, three NFC championship games, and the 2004 Super Bowl. MBA from Northwestern University, Kellogg School of Management, and a B.A. in Interdisciplinary Studies, Economic Theory from University of California, Berkeley. He earned certificates in Business Management, Entrepreneurship, Negotiation and Risk Analysis from the University of Pennsylvania, Wharton Business School and holds a certificate in Entrepreneurship from Harvard School of Business.

Twitter - @toddsteussie

Episode: 1/31/2018 @9:00 AM

Joey Logano
Joey Logano

Team Penske

Joey Logano enters the 2018 Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series (MENCS) season poised to return to the winning ways of his previous campaigns with Team Penske as he begins his 10th full-time tour of premier series competition.

Although the driver from Middletown, CT posted one points-paying MENCS victory in 2017, with an additional win in the season-opening “Clash” at Daytona, the year was far from what the 27-year-old competitor had envisioned when it began. Despite some strong performances, Logano and the No. 22 Ford Fusion team did not earn a spot in the MENCS Playoffs for the first time since 2012.

Logano still played a key role in a Team Penske NASCAR championship last season as he was part of an all-star driver lineup on the team’s No. 22 Ford Mustang in the NASCAR XFINITY Series (NXS). The team captured its fourth NXS owner championship in the past five years.

Team Penske announced during the 2017 season that Logano will continue to pursue race wins and champi(Show Full Bio)onships for years to come with the popular NASCAR star extended to race the Shell-Pennzoil Ford for the team through 2022.

During the 2016 season, Logano won three races and made his second appearance in the Championship Four at Homestead-Miami Speedway, as he finished a career-best second in the final MENCS point standings. Entering the 2016 season, Logano had won more races (11) than any other driver in NASCAR’s premier national touring series and he was the pick of many industry experts to win the elusive title entering 2017.

Twitter - @joeylogano

Episode: 1/31/2018 @9:30 AM

Gill Alexander
Gill Alexander

Host of "A Numbers Game"
VSIN (Vegas Stats & Information Network)

Gill Alexander has been a top-rated television and radio personality since 1991, first making his mark in music formats at the CBS affiliate in Washington, D.C. (WUSA-TV) and the Bay Area at KMEL-FM in San Francisco, ultimately becoming a pioneer in the sports betting podcasting category and an innovator in the use of sabermetrics in handicapping baseball.

For the past six years, Alexander’s "Beating the Book" podcast has played to a global audience and has achieved remarkable worldwide listenership through a transparent approach that eschews the touting of records in favor of one that highlights the viewpoints and varied perspectives of a who's who of prominent players throughout the sports betting and fantasy sports industries. Downloaded by record numbers year after year, the “Beating The Book” pod consistently cracks the iTunes U.S. Top 100 Sports Category episodes chart while maintaining the singular mission of helping sports bettors get better at their craft by exposing th(Show Full Bio)em to advanced level betting concepts. The show is also credited with discovering industry influencers and helping to launch the careers of current contributors to FanGraphs and ESPN Chalk.

Alexander was also the first-ever contracted analyst at, where he consistently moved the market on release during his five-season tenure. His use of advanced metrics remains an integral part of their baseball statistical model.

In addition to hosting the Beating The Book "Guessing Lines" and "MegaPod" series during the NFL season, he is the NFL betting ambassador to the William Hill UK NFL podcast as its exclusive weekly guest. Along with MGM sports book director Jay Rood, Alexander is also the co-host of the "Behind the Book” video sports show, covering the NFL, college football, and other major betting events during the calendar year.

Twitter - @VSiNlive; @beatingthebook

Episode: 1/31/2018 @8:30 AM

Peter Keating
Peter Keating

Senior Writer

Peter Keating is a Senior Writer at ESPN, where he has covered investigative and financial subjects since 1999. His pioneering work on concussions in football, featured in the Frontline documentary “League of Denial,” has earned awards from the Deadline Club, the New York Press Club and the Center for Sport in Society.

Keating’s “Numbers” column for ESPN the Magazine covers the world of analytics. He is co-author of the Mag’s “Giant Killers” project, which predicts NCAA tournament upsets, and coordinates its annual “Ultimate Standings,” which rank all pro franchises according to how much they give back to fans. He is the author of Dingers! A Short History of the Long Ball (2006), a history of the home run.

Keating has been a columnist for Smart Money, where he wrote "The New Retirement" from 2007 to 2010, and Money, where he wrote "The Advocate" from 1999 to 2000. He was the senior writer for politics at George during the 2000 presidential campaign, and his work has app(Show Full Bio)eared in publications ranging from Fortune to Mother Jones to New York.

Twitter - @PKStatsBlog

Episodes: 1/24/2018 @9:00 AM, 2/15/2017 @8:30 AM

Adam Kingsbury
Adam Kingsbury

Head Coach Canadian Olympic Women’s Curling Team
Marble Labs, Inc.

Adam Kingsbury is the head coach for Team Rachel Homan - 2017 Women’s World Curling Champions and current Olympic representatives. Adam completed his residency in clinical psychology at the University of Ottawa before taking a hiatus from clinical work to focus on coaching curling. His doctoral research examines how social judgment influences putting performance in golf. Adam played competitive golf during his university tenure for 11 seasons, and became fascinated with the Shotlink data from the PGA Tour. He is now trying to apply the principles of the “strokes gained” philosophy to the sport of curling.

Twitter - @marblelabsinc | @TeamCanada
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Episode: 1/24/2018 @8:30 AM