This week’s featured Goldline ambassador is the lead on the team skipped by Kevin Martin. Ben Hebert has achieved much success out on the curling ice, having won a gold medal at the world junior championships, 2 Briers, a gold and silver at the world championships, and a gold medal at the 2010 Vancouver Olympics, as well as numerous other curling events and titles. The Martin team recently won the Alberta provincial playdowns, thereby earning the opportunity to play for another Brier title in front of a hometown crowd.
Ben was featured recently in the YouTube series “Cullen and a Curler”; check it out to see what Ben had to say.
We wish Ben and the rest of the Martin team the best of luck as they prepare for the Brier in Edmonton, Alberta in March.
If you weren’t curling what sport would you be playing?
Where were you born?
What is your current hometown?
What is your "real" job?
Business Development Rep/Focus Corp
When did you start curling?
12 years old
Who is your favourite athlete?
Where is your favourite place to curl?
What is your favourite food?
Where is your favourite vacation spot?
What is your favourite TV show?
What are you listening to on your iPod?
Who is your favourite curler other than yourself?
Who is your role model?
Have you ever been in a bar fight?
Who is your celebrity crush?
What is your favourite book?
Don’t read books
What is your favourite movie?
If someone wrote a book about your life, what would they title it?
If you could be anyone dead or alive who would you be?
Michael Buble.. Huge Stud!
What would you do if you had a million dollars?
I'd be John Morris!
Who is the best curler to follow on twitter?
What is your favourite sports team?
What is your preferred shot to win a game?
What is one of your favourite quotes?
“If we put it here, we win the Brier… What, you don’t want to win the Brier”
– Rob Harris 2003
What is your favourite body part?
I hate Loaded questions… Chest?
What is your favourite form of exercise?
If you could choose to stay a certain age forever, what age would it be?
25 was a good age!
What’s the hardest thing you’ve ever done?
Juggling curling, work and wife!