Isobel Torrance Jr.
December 17, 1962
|Curling club||Hamilton & Thornyhill CC, Hamilton,|
Greenacres CC, Renfrewshire
|4 (1985, 1986, 1992, 1999)|
|1 (1992 – demo)|
|Other appearances||European Junior Championships: 1 (1983),|
World Senior Championships: 3 (2014, 2016, 2017)
She is a 1985 World silver medallist.
Record as a coach of national teams
|Year||Tournament, event||National team||Place|
|2002||2002 European Curling Championships|
|2003||2003 European Curling Championships|
|2004||2004 World Women's Curling Championship|
|2008||2008 World Junior Curling Championships|
|2009||2009 World Junior Curling Championships|
|2009||2009 World Women's Curling Championship|
|2011||2011 World Women's Curling Championship|
|2013||2013 World Senior Curling Championships|
- It's a mistake in WCF database: Isobel Hannen didn't play alternate on 2016 Worlds – it was Rachel Hannen (http://results.worldcurling.org/Person/Details/6526), look at 2016 WCC site.
- Isobel Hannen on the World Curling Federation database
- Official Report 1992W page 630 – Olympic Official Reports Collection
- British Curling profile of Rachel Hannen
- Isobel Hannen on the World Curling Tour database
- Isobel Hannen on the CurlingZone database
- Isobel Hannen at the International Olympic Committee
- Isobel Hannen at the Olympic Channel
- "World bronze for Scotland's Christine Cannon". The Galloway Gazette. May 11, 2017. Retrieved August 25, 2019.