Cathy King Quotes

Cathy King (born September 3, 1959), formerly Cathy Borst (Cathy's married name was Borst - when she divorced she went back to her maiden name of King) is a Canadian curler from St. Albert, Alberta. She is a former Canadian champion skip and world championship bronze medalist, and 2013 world senior champion.

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Cathy King


“The girls played well; I thought we were in control of the game, but then we let it slip one end with some misses.”

Cathy King


“I think we've played worse. Once they got that lead on us they were making all the perfect rolls.”

Cathy King


“I'm just competitive by nature. Ask anyone who knows me. Anything I play or do, I'm very competitive. I'm competitive in golf, in cards, in whatever. You name it, I'll want to beat you. I just like the satisfaction of winning.”

Cathy King


“Thank God we're women. If there were a change like that for the men, I don't know what the reaction would be. It's OK with me. I'll take the name change.”

Cathy King


“Hopefully, hopefully, we'll be fine. Getting back to this position for a chance to get back to the Scotts, it's hard to feel comfortable.”

Cathy King


“Hopefully, there's not too many more of those.”

Cathy King


“There's a lot of karma going on right now with things all lining up, so I'm hoping it's all going to work out.”

Cathy King


“This year it's our turn to get back into the playoffs again. I hope things are going to work out this week but we've got to make some shots.”

Cathy King


“A break any time is welcome. But it's not like I've been able to sleep in. I wake up every morning at 6 a.m. smelling cigarette smoke from the ventilation.”

Cathy King


“They make a lot of shots. They're good and I think they'll be here for a long time to come.”

Cathy King


“There's something about that garden that just hooks you. It just absolutely fascinates me.”

Cathy King


“We're pretty close. Chemistry in women's curling is huge. Sometimes if you say something the wrong way, women tend to take it personal, whereas with men you can tell them 'you know what?' and they don't really care.”

Cathy King