David Murdoch

David Murdoch (* 17. May 1978) is a Scottish Curler.

The Murdoch originating from Lockerbie is double junior world champion, 1995 in Perth as a substitute for Tom Brewster Jr. and 1996 in talk Deer as Lead in the crew about James Dryburgh. it won 1998 to the junior WM in Thunder Bay the silver medal, as Third in the crew of Garry MacKay. 1999 ascended Murdoch into the position of the Skip, the captain, and reached at the junior WM in Östersund place 5.

2003 it led Scotland in Courmayeur to the European champion title and struck thereby in the final the Swedish crew of Skip Peter Lindholm. 2005 participated Murdoch for the first time in a world championship; in Victoria it was subject to the Canadian crew of Skip Randy Ferbey in the final. These good achievements entitled it to the participation in the olympic winter plays 2006, where it started for Great Britain and reached place four. Scarcely two months later Murdoch in Lowell (Massachusetts) with the Scottish crew became world champion.


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