Return to play guidelines featured athlete Maggie Wilson as director and filmmaker of in a video demonstration starring several Scottish program athletes and staff members.
Wilson, skip of one of last season's Scottish women's program teams and training with her team at the National Curling Academy at Active Stirling in Scotland was instrumental in putting Scottish Curling's return to play guidelines into an easy to understand training video.
Wilson played to a 29-32 record last season on Tour and in playdowns, reaching four event finals including the Scottish National Championship. With fourth stone Rebecca Morrison joining Sophie Jackson's old team, Hailey Duff moves into the lineup at third stone, joining the existing front end of Jennifer Marshall and Eilidh Yeats.
Wilson travelled to a number of European tour events as well as a trip to Canada to play in Red Deer, Alberta and Windsor, Nova Scotia.
As part of the demonstration, the guidelines on maintaining social distancing during game-play are displayed by her teammates and coaching staff members including the head of the program David Murdoch.
There is also a display on how wheelchair curling while be able to maintain social distancing while still being able to help brace the throwers.
The video was filmed and voiced over by Wilson, and is worthwhile viewing for anyone looking for more information on how to return to curling safely this season.