Eve Muirhead

Olympic Curler With An Incredible 13 Gold Medals

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Olympic speaker and curling star Eve Muirhead has an incredible 13 gold medals, five silvers and a bronze, which she won at the 2014 Winter Olympic Games in Sochi, Russia. As a speaker, she discusses her experience of elite sport, offering audiences strategies to success influenced by her gold medal track record.

Representing Scotland, Eve has dominated the sport in recent years, having won gold medals at the World Junior Curling Championships in 2007, 2008, 2009 and 2011. She has also won gold at the Scottish Women’s Curling Championships in Perth in 2009, 2010, 2012, 2013, 2015 and 2016. Continuing her winning streak, the Olympic speaker won gold medals at the European Curling Championships of 2011 and the European Mixed Championships 2012.

Additionally, at the European Curling Championships, Eve won silver medals in 2010, 2012, 2013, and 2015, achieving a bronze in 2014. And in the World Championships, the Olympic speaker came second in 2010 and first in 2013. Billed in the media as The Ice Queen, Eve curls out of the Dunkeld Curling Club based in Pitlochry. Also famed as the youngest ever skip to win an Olympic medal, the Olympic speaker has proved to be extremely popular with audiences at many different kinds of private and corporate events. Her stories are utterly captivating. In recent years, Eve earned a silver at the 2019 Perth Scottish Women’s Curling Championships and a gold 2019 Perth Scottish Women’s Curling Championships.

She is able to share her experiences at the very peak of her chosen sport, expressing how there is a close line between success and failure. An expert in remaining calm under pressure, corporate audiences benefit from Eve’s influence, improving their workplace culture through Q&A and workshops.

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Find out more about Eve in the interview below:

When featuring at events Eve is known to discuss such topics as:

  • Going for Gold
  • Peak Performance
  • Olympic Competing
  • Cultivating Teamwork
  • High-Performance Teams

Over the course of her career Eve earned the following achievements:

  • Gold medal at the 2007 Eveleth World Junior Curling Championships
  • Gold medal at the 2009 Vancouver World Junior Curling Championships
  • Gold medal at the 2008 Ostersund World Junior Curling Championships
  • Gold medal at the 2009 Perth Scottish Women’s Curling Championship
  • Gold medal at the 2010 Perth Scottish Women’s Curling Championship
  • Gold medal at the 2011 Perth World Junior Curling Championships
  • Gold medal at the 2011 Moscow European Curling Championships
  • Gold medal at the 2012 Perth Scottish Women’s Curling Championship
  • Gold medal at the 2012 Erzurum European Mixed Championship
  • Gold medal at the 2013 Perth Scottish Women’s Curling Championship
  • Gold medal at the 2013 Riga World Championships
  • Gold medal at the 2015 Perth Scottish Women’s Curling Championship
  • Gold medal at the 2016 Perth Scottish Women’s Curling Championship
  • Gold medal at the 2017 Perth Scottish Women’s Curling Championship
  • Gold medal at the 2017 St Gallen European Curling Championships
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