Anna Sloan made her debut for Team GB at the 2009 European Youth Olympic Festival, skipping her rink to gold in Silesia.
The Scot also won gold at the World Student Games in 2011, in the same year she linked up with skip Eve Muirhead, with whom she won her first senior world title in 2013.
Glasgow Caledonian University graduate Sloan made her Olympic debut at Sochi 2014, winning bronze alongside Muirhead, Vicki Adams and Claire Hamilton.
The two-time world medallist also has eight European medals to her name, and picked up her second gold at the 2017 Championships held in St Gallen in November.
At the Olympic Winter Games in PyeongChang in 2018, Sloan was again part of Muirhead's rink as they finished fourth - narrowly losing out to Japan in their bronze-medal match.
In July of 2018 Sloan then announced she would be taking a career break from curling.