Peter Smith (curler)

Peter Smith (born 18 November 1964) is a Scottish curler. He played second for David Murdoch from 2006 to 2010, including curling at the 2010 Winter Olympics.

Peter Smith
Medal record
Curling
World Championships
1991 Winnipeg
2006 Lowell
2009 Moncton
1986 Toronto
1990 Västerås
1993 Geneva
1996 Hamilton
2008 Grand Forks
1985 Glasgow
1988 Lausanne
World Junior Championships
1986 Dartmouth
European Championships
1988 Perth A Group
2007 Füssen A Group
2008 Örnsköldsvik A Group
1991 Chamonix A Group
1998 Flims A Group
2006 Basel A Group
1992 Perth A Group
World Senior Curling Championships
2019 Stavanger

Smith started curling in 1979. He plays in second position and is right-handed.[1] He has won many prizes in his career, but never featured on the Winter Olympics medal podium. Peter Smith was the tallest male curler at the 2010 Winter Olympics at 6"2. He is nicknamed "Pistol Pete" for his notable accuracy.[2]

He is the brother of curler David Smith and the uncle of curlers Kyle Smith and Cameron Smith.[2][3]

References

  1. Peter Smith, ecc.curlit.com
  2. Chakelian, Anoosh (20 February 2018). "Game of Stones: The power struggle at the heart of British curling". New Statesman. Retrieved 10 March 2018.
  3. "Curling". The Herald (Glasgow). 23 March 1990. Retrieved 10 March 2018.
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