Angie Malone MBE
Date of Birth
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Angie Malone first tried wheelchair curling in 2003 and quickly took to the sport. One year later, she was part of the Scotland team that were crowned world champions.
Angie and Scotland retained their world title in 2005 on home ice and she made her ParalympicsGB debut at the Turin 2006 Winter Paralympic Games where the sport made its debut on the winter programme and the ParalympicsGB team won silver.
A year later Angie was back on the podium, this time as a World Championship bronze medallist.
In 2010 Angie was part of the ParalympicsGB team that travelled to the Winter Games in Vancouver where they finished sixth.
The team bounced back in style four years later however with a bronze medal at Sochi 2014 – Angie’s second Paralympic medal, while she added to her world medal tally in 2017 with bronze.
Angie was part of the team that competed at PyeongChang 2018 - her fourth Paralympic Games - but the team were unable to progress to the playoffs.
Angie’s contributions to wheelchair curling were also recognised in 2017 when she was made an MBE in the Queen’s Birthday Honours list.
2014 Sochi Paralympic Games
2010 Vancouver Paralympic Games
2006 Turin Paralympic Games
2017 World Championships, Gangneung, South Korea
2011 World Championships, Prague, Czech Republic
2007 World Championships, Solleftea, Norway
2005 World Championships, Braehead, Scotland
2004 World Championships, Sursee, Switzerland
Joint the ParalympicsGB movement
The ParalympicsGB movement
15 May 2018
Paralympic wheelchair curler Angie Malone MBE announces retirement
15 March 2018
Agony as wheelchair curlers miss out on place in the Semis
14 March 2018
True grit from Britain's curlers despite USA defeat
13 March 2018
Wheelchair curlers ready to fight another day
12 March 2018
GB defeat reigning champions Canada 8-1
11 March 2018
PyeongChang 2018: Knight and Wild double up while Fitzpatrick and Kehoe bounce back in style
11 March 2018
Game of two halves sees GB defeat Finland 9 - 2
10 March 2018