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Muirhead sets sights on turning Olympic bronze into gold

Eve Muirhead allowed herself only a brief moment to reflect on her Olympic curling bronze medal before quickly resetting her sights on an upgrad...

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Murdoch and Muirhead pride at their medal moment

David Murdoch insists the disappointment of losing the Olympic curling final quickly dissipated - as soon as he collected his silver medal.

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Happy at last Muirhead and co. show their mettle with bronze

After more than 25 hours of sweeping, fretting and hurrying hard, Eve Muirhead finally managed a smile at these Olympics; securing a bronze meda...

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Muirhead and friends delight in curling bronze

Eve Muirhead claimed she never doubted her rink's fighting spirit after they bounced back to claim Olympic curling bronze.

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Muirhead keeps cool to secure Olympic curling bronze

Ice cool Eve Muirhead delivered on her promise as tears turned to cheers for Great Britain's curling rink in Sochi today.

Muirhead admitt...

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Medal Record

Sochi 2014
  • 0 Gold
  • 0 Silver
  • 1 Bronze

Biography

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Vicki Adams is the second player in the team.  She was born and raised in Edinburgh before moving to Majorca for a year when she was nine years old.  It was on her return to Scotland - Stranraer – that she was first introduced to curling through the ‘Curling’s Cool’ programme at her school.

She is a three times World Junior champion (2008, 2009, 2011), was a European ladies champion as well as a world universiade gold medallist in 2011 and was part of Eve Muirhead’s rink that won World Championship gold in March this year.  Her older sister, Kay Adams, also competed at international level, winning World juniors in 2008,2009 as alternate player.

Adams hobbies include reading, shopping and socializing with her friends.