David Murdoch - Curling

David Murdoch – Curling

David Murdoch - Curling

David Murdoch is a curler from Lockerbie, a 2014 Sochi Winter Olympic silver medalist, 2 x World Champion, 3 x European Champion, 3 x Winter Olympian and 6 x national champion. David is a key part of a talented winning team of Scottish curlers. He has commentated on curling for Eurosport on non playing days, holds several other curling medals and is a globally travelled sportsman. He is a proud, humble, dedicated professional and is widely acknowledged as one of the worlds top mens curlers.



Having played superbly throughout his career to date, there is no one more passionate, and dedicated to curling and winter sports as 2 time Olympian, World and European champion David Murdoch. He is a respected pro at the top of his game and is available on non playing dates for broadcast match commentary on curling and other winter sports, expert analysis, views ,opinions,interviews and column writing contributions to publications.


David Murdoch’s chequered history has given him plenty to dwell upon and he is available on non playing dates for public after dinner and motivational speaking and is comfy to speak and be on hand to present at awards events.

He is a humble professional with a warm, lively and entertaining speaking ability. At awards, after dinner and motivational events he can inspire audiences of all ages to include aspiring athletes and young people. Events like this provide an opportunity to gain an insight into the pride and passion, professionalism and determination involved in being a successful sportsman. David’s experiences of representing Scotland and Team GB at several major championships and 2 Winter Olympic games to date give him a great insight into what it takes to succeed and compete at the highest level.

David’s public speaking topics can be tailored to suit sporting or business audiences in addition to educational audiences and appropriate inspirational talks for young people of all abilities and backgrounds.


Due to his high level of expertise David Murdoch is available on selected non playing dates booked in advance for corporate curling workshops and can source other top curling professional’s to join him if required. Such workshops are available in a number of venues to include Aberdeen, Glasgow and Lockerbie. These provide a relaxed atmosphere to be taught the basics of the sport and participate in a real game of curling. It is a fun, enjoyable insight into the sport for anyone and is especially appropriate for corporate companies wishing to team build staff or impress clients. David is on hand throughout to guide on the training and gameplay and in doing so motivates & inspires, dwelling on his experiences in competitions.


David is available to support corporate and product endorsements or campaigns with a particular emphasis on sporting, fitness and winter clothing products.


David Murdoch is available on non playing dates for venue openings, personal appearances, product launches, golf days, corporate support, educational & sporting motivation.


David Murdoch is keen were he can to support charities and good causes he feels strongly about and is open to receiving charity enquiries.



David Murdoch was born in Lockerbie in 1978 and took up the traditional sport of curling as a youngster playing with his family. His family all were talented curlers, his brother Neil is a former European Champion and his sister Nancy is an Olympic curling coach.

David won his first title as World Junior Champion in 1995, he retained that title in 1996 but had to settle for silver in 1998.By 1999, Murdoch had moved up to the position of skip, and led Scotland to a 6-3 record and fifth place at that year’s world juniors. Four years later, he led Scotland to the European Championship title, beating Peja Lindholm’s formidable Sweden team in the final.


In 2005, David Murdoch went to his first ever World Championships. At the 2005 World Men’s Curling Championship his Scotland rink won the silver medal after losing to Canada’s Randy Ferbey in the final. The team’s fine run of form ensured all four members a place in the Great Britain men’s squad for the 2006 Turin Winter Olympics, with Murdoch was the youngest member of the quartet and also the skip. At the Olympics, Murdoch and his team lost in the bronze medal match to Pete Fenson of the United States and finished fourth.

Two months later, David Murdoch would avenge his defeat in 2005 by winning the gold medal at the 2006 World Men’s Curling Championship. Murdoch defeated Canada (skipped by Jean-Michel Ménard) in the final. In December 2006 he won the silver medal in the European Championships in Basel, Switzerland, and followed that up with gold in 2007. He successfully defended his title at the European Curling Championships 2008 against Norway’s Thomas Ulsrud.

Murdoch and his team represented Scotland again at the 2008 World Men’s Curling Championship, where he lost to Canada in the final.


In 2009, David Murdoch once again won a gold medal for Scotland at the World Men’s Curling Championship, which was held in Moncton, Nebraska.

On January 17, 2010, Murdoch’s rink became the first non-Canadian team to win the TSN Skins Game. His team won $70,500 (₤43,000) for the win.

David Murdoch represented Team GB at his second Olympic Games at the Vancouver 2010 Olympic Winter Games. He also skipped the team for his second consecutive Games. The mens curling team placed fifth after losing their play off match to Sweden. After the 2009-10 season, Murdoch’s Olympic team broke up.

In 2011 DavidMurdoch  joined the successful ‘Team Brewster’ working with Tom Brewster (2xScottish Men’s Champion, 2xWorld Silver Medalist, 2x European Mixed Champion, World Junior Champion), Greg Drummond (2x Scottish Men’s Champion, 2x World Silver Medalist, University Games participant), Scott Andrews (2xScottish Men’s Champion, 2xWorld Silver Medalist, 2xScottish Junior Champion, World Junior Silver Medalist) and Michael Goodfellow (2xScottish Men’s Champion, 2xWorld Silver Medalist, 2x University Games participant ).


The team completed a superb 2012/13 season in May; with wins in the Scottish Championships, Hamburg Masters and Edinburgh Invitational. They also finished well in the European Championships and ended the season with a bronze at the World Championships in Canada. They ended the season joint 1st in the world rankings.

Their seasons results confirming the team’s selection to represent Team GB as the chosen men’s curling team at the 2014 Winter Olympics in Sochi, Russia. David Murdoch and his teammates aim to deliver strong and successful showings in all competitions for the foreseeable future and Hamilton Management wish our clients well in their upcoming season.

David and his team won a sensational silver at the recent Sochi 2014 Winter Olympics to cap off a highly successful season.

David Murdoch is a keen cyclist in his spare time and is a fan of various sports.

Official Team GB profile: http://www.teamgb.com/athletes/david-murdoch


2014 –  Silver Medalist, Winter Olympics, Sochi

2014 –  Skip of Team GB Men’s Curling Team, Olympic Games, Sochi

2013 – Bronze,European Championships

2013 -  Bronze, World Championships

2010 – Fifth, Olympic Games, Vancouver

2010 – Skip, Team GB Men’s Curling Team, Olympic Games, Vancouver

2010 – Bronze, World Championships

2009 – Gold, World Championships

2008 – Silver, World Championships

2008 – Gold, European Championships

2007 – Gold, European Championships

2006 – Fourth, Olympic Games, Turin

2006 – Skip, Team GB Men’s Curling Team, Olympic Games, Turin

2006 – Gold, World Championships

2006 – Silver, European Championships

2005 – Silver, World Championships

2005 – Bronze, European Championships

2003 – Gold, European Junior Championships

1999 – Skip, Scottish Mens Juniors,World Junior Championships

1998 – Silver, World Junior Championships

1996 – Gold, World Junior Championships

1995 – Gold, World Junior Championships

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