Eve Muirhead (born 22 April 1990) is a Scottish curler. She won a bronze medal at the 2014 Winter Olympics in Sochi as part of Team GB and is the 2013 World Champion.
As skip of the Scotland team, Muirhead won the 2011 European Championships in Moscow and the 2013 World Championships in Riga. She is also a four-time World Junior Champion (2007, 2008, 2009 and 2011). She represented Great Britain at the 2010 Winter Olympics in Vancouver and the 2014 Winter Olympics in Sochi, where she became the youngest ever skip, male or female, to win an Olympic medal. She curls out of the Dunkeld Curling Club based in Pitlochry.
2014 Winter Olympics – Bronze:
The women's curling tournament of the 2014 Winter Olympics was held at the Ice Cube Curling Center in Sochi, Russia on 10–20 February 2014.Ten nations competed in the round robin preliminary round, and the top four nations at the conclusion of the round robin qualified for the medal round.South Korea made their Olympic debut in curling.
A new Olympic record was established when Great Britain scored seven points in one end against the United States.Great Britain also equalled the record for total points scored in one game, scoring twelve points against the United States and against Japan. Canada, skipped by Jennifer Jones, became the first women's rink to go though an Olympic tournament undefeated.Great Britain, by winning the bronze medal became the youngest rink to ever step onto an Olympic curling podium.
2013 World Women's Curling Championship-Gold:
The 2013 Titlis Glacier Mountain World Women's Curling Championship was held at the Volvo Sports Centre in Riga, Latvia from March 16 to 24.It marked the first time that Latvia has hosted the World Women's Championship. This event was also a qualifying event for the 2014 Winter Olympics, awarding points to countries based on performance at the worlds.
Scotland's Eve Muirhead won the event, becoming the youngest skip to ever win the women's curling championship at 22 years of age. She edged Sweden's Margaretha Sigfridsson, the previous year's silver medallist, in the final with a score of 6–5.Canada's Rachel Homan won the bronze medal after defeating Erika Brown of the United States with a score of 8–6
2010 Ford World Women's Curling Championship-Silver:
The 2010 Ford World Women's Curling Championship was held from March 20 to 28 at the Credit Union iPlex in Swift Current, Saskatchewan, Canada.
European Curling Championships:
World Junior Curling Championships:
Scottish Women's Curling Championship:
European Mixed Championship: