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She was a four-time World Junior Curling Champion, from 2007-2009, and again in 2011.
Muirhead's father, Gordon, was also an international curler, who competed in the 1992 Winter Olympics, where curling was a demonstration sport and was alternate for Scotland's 1999 gold medal winning World Championship team. He also won world silver medals in 1992, 1993 and 1995. She grew up in Blair Atholl, Scotland, and plays golf off scratch handicap at Pitlochry Golf Course. Muirhead is also an accomplished bagpiper, piping at four World Championships.
At the 2008 Scottish junior women's championship Muirhead skipped her own team, winning all games, and thus qualifying for the next junior world championship. Muirhead was skip for the Scottish team at the 2008 World Junior Curling Championships in Östersund, beating Sweden (skipped by Cecilia Östlund) 12–3 in the final.
In December 2009, Muirhead was awarded the BBC Scotland Young Sports Personality of the year for her achievements in curling.
In 2010, Muirhead was too preoccupied with the Olympics to play at the World Juniors, but she was back at the 2011 World Junior Curling Championships in her native Scotland. For an unprecedented fourth time in her career, Muirhead won the gold medal at the World Juniors. She beat Canada's Trish Paulsen by a score of 10–3 in the final.
On 5 April 2010, Muirhead modelled at the eighth annual fashion show Dressed to Kilt. It was announced on 17 May 2010 that Muirhead would be the new ambassador for Piping Live! 2010, a festival dedicated to playing the bagpipes which would run from 9–15 August later in the year. On 14 June 2010 it was reported that Muirhead had turned down the chance to become a professional golfer after receiving two scholarships from American universities. There is a portrait of her with broom, clubs and pipes at the National Galleries Scotland. Eve opened The National Curling Academy in Stirling in 2017.
Muirhead won the silver medal as the Scottish team skip at the 2010 Ford World Women's Curling Championship after losing 8–6 to Germany in the final, which went to an extra end. The team finished the round robin matches in third place with an 8–3 record, then advanced to the final by winning the 3 vs. 4-page playoff against Sweden, and the semi-final against Canada, both games in 8 ends and on the same day. Her teammates were third Kelly Wood, second Lorna Vevers, lead Anne Laird and alternate Sarah Reid. Muirhead's rink did not win the Scottish championship in 2011, but she was invited to play as Scotland's alternate at the 2011 Capital One World Women's Curling Championship, where the team finished 9th. The team did win the Scottish championship in 2012, and would finish 6th at the 2012 Ford World Women's Curling Championship. She won the Scottish championship for a fourth time in 2013. The team would go on to play at the 2013 World Women's Curling Championship, where they defeated Sweden's Margaretha Sigfridsson in the final. The win made Muirhead the youngest skip to ever win the World Women's Curling Championship.
Muirhead next made it to the Worlds in 2015 after playing in the Olympics the year prior, taking home the bronze medal. At the 2016 World Women's Curling Championship, the team missed the playoffs, while at the 2017 World Women's Curling Championship, Muirhead would take home the bronze medal.
In 2018 she received the Honorary degree of Doctor of the University (D.Univ) from the University of Stirling.
Muirhead was appointed Member of the Order of the British Empire (MBE) in the 2020 Birthday Honours for services to curling.
Eve's father, Gordon, and her brother, Thomas, are also accomplished curlers.
Currently, Eve Muirhead is 32 years, 9 months and 15 days old. Eve Muirhead will celebrate 33rd birthday on a Saturday 22nd of April 2023. Below we countdown to Eve Muirhead upcoming birthday.
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