Mike Hay

As a player, he had success from 1982 to 1996.[1] He went on to coach the women's team that won gold in Curling at the 2002 Winter Olympics and, partly due to this, was appointed as an MBE in 2004.[2] He later served as Britain's Olympic performance manager at the 2010 Winter Olympics.[3] After this he became Chef de Mission for Team GB for the 2014 Winter Olympics, a role he also held at the 2018 Winter Olympics. He is brother to David Hay[4] and son of curler Chuck Hay.[5]

Mike Hay is a Scottish curler and curling coach.



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