Curling championships come to Erina

Interview with the Aussie team captain.

Curling championships come to Erina

We'll have the chance to see curling teams from nine countries in our backyard for the next eight days, with the Pacific-Asia Curling Championships beginning at Erina ice rink today.

Teams from Kazakhstan, Qatar, China and Hong Kong and Australia are among those battling it out to qualify for the world championships next year.

It's the first time in 21 years Australia's hosted the tournament, and it'll be watched on TV by millions worldwide.

Hear reporter Alex Darling's interview with Aussie captain and World Curling federation Vice President Hugh Millican below.