Team Mouat win World University Games gold for Great Britain

Team Mouat triumphed at the 2017 World University Games in Almaty, Kazakhstan, by winning men’s curling gold after winning 11 straight games. Team Aitken represented Team GBR in the women’s competition, but fell short of the playoffs after a tiebreaker…

January 2017 curling preview

2017 has arrived and, with the Christmas break over, the curling competition calendar fills up again. A Grand Slam, the Scottish Juniors Championship and two major events on Scottish soil – the Perth Masters and Glynhill Ladies International – are…

European Championships round-up: Scotland women medal again!

The Braehead-hosted 2016 European Championships carried on many of the same themes from Esbjerg 12 months ago. Sweden won men’s gold and Russia women’s gold, Scotland men fell narrowly short of the playoffs, Scotland women were disappointed not to take top…

Season review Q&As – part one

To look back on the season just gone, I asked several Scottish and British teams six questions about the tournaments they’ve played in, how they’ve played and what their future prospects are. Add in a couple of not-so-serious questions, and here…

Weekend round-up: Scotland bounce back at World Women’s

Scotland sit on two wins and one loss after day two of the World Women’s Championship in Swift Current, Saskatchewan. Elsewhere, Judith and Lee McCleary were runners-up at the Westbay Ltd Hungarian Mixed Doubles Curling Cup, while several other events took…

Weekend round-up: Ross Whyte wins silver at Youth Olympics

Ross Whyte won silver representing Great Britain in the mixed doubles curling at the Lillehammer 2016 Youth Olympic Games. That success followed GB’s squad impressing in the group stage of the mixed team event, before a quarter-final loss to Russia. But…