Aileen made history by being the first female skip at a Paralympic Games when she took over for the final match in Vancouver.
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The match finished with a resounding 10-4 victory over Japan.
She was also the only female skip at the World Championships in 2011 were she led Scotland to a silver medal finish.
Aileen has been involved in curling for five years, and her family have a background in the sport: both her uncle and her grandfather competed at international level.
A regular in the side, Aileen has competed in the 2007, 2008 and 2009 World Championships.
Aileen’s other hobbies include carriage driving. She received special leave from her job as a primary school teacher in order to train for and compete the Games in Vancouver. Aileen lives in Lanarkshire.