Scottish Championship weeks aren’t to be enjoyed.
Curling in Scotland has earned a reputation for being a family affair. A cursory glance at the elite end of the sport tells you as much.
Laura Muir certainly hasn’t taken long to make her mark in 2017.
An international band of sportsmen from around the world have arrived in Perth for a major curling competition.
National champions Team Brewster and one of their main rivals for Olympic selection, Team Murdoch, will be chasing a major domestic title this week.
We might not have got a gold medal at Braehead last weekend but there was the consolation of a world record!
All the hard work and preparation has been done and we’re ready for the European Championships on Saturday.
The detail of the curling might be a bit sketchy but Eve and Glen Muirhead have no problem recalling their excitement the last time they were at Braehead for a major championship week.
Perthshire’s Team Smith underlined their potential as a fast-improving curling rink by making their first Grand Slam final in Canada at the weekend.
Eve Muirhead: Growing curling in England is a long term goal (and I hope Scotland are pretty in pink)
Growing curling in England has to be a big long term goal for the sport.