Eve Muirhead Boyfriend Partner Husband



The professional achievements of Eve Muirhead clearly show that she is highly devoted to her passion. That’s the only reason that she is now at the peak of her career. Despite such popularity and fame, personally, she is not involved to anyone. Previously; when media asked about her boyfriend, then this gorgeous, talented, an Olympic medalist replied that I am still single. Further, this delightful lady added up, that she desired to spend a happy personal life. But currently, her busy career doesn’t allow her to find a partner. So let see that how long she will stay Single. As she is a good looking lady, so she won’t struggle to find a lover. Thousands of men’s are ready to treat her like a princess.

Eve Muirhead Boyfriend:

  • Right now, she says no to become a partner

Eve Muirhead Husband:

  • Unmarried

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Eve Muirhead Boyfriend Partner Husband

As per history, still, nothing special has happened in the personal life of Eve Muirhead. In below, let’s take a look at her bio and career.

This well-regarded Scottish curler was born in Perth but fostered in Blair Atholl. Gordon, her father was also a celebrated curler who has won multiple international events. Moreover, her two brothers named Thomas and Glen are also talented curlers. So being raised in the family of skillful curlers, she is now an excellent curler too. In addition, she is proficient in bagpiping too. She did piping at four different world championships.

She started her professional journey in 2007 by taking part in 2007 World Junior Curling Championships held in Eveleth and achieved a gold medal. Succeeding she played curling at the immature level and garnered multiple honors. Consequently, she was eligible for 2010 Winter Olympics for Great Britain Women’s curling team as skip but her team failed to enter in the semi-finals.

Up till now, Muirhead is a champ of World Junior Champion for four times. Moreover, Muirhead is privileged to represent Great Britain at Winter Olympics three times i.e. in Vancouver 2010, Sochi 2013 and Pyeongchang 2018. However, she received a bronze medal during 2014 Winter Olympics and became the first ever youngest player to achieve Olympic medal as skip. In addition, she had also curled out at Dunkeld Curling Club located in Pitlochry.

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