Gregor Ewan in action at Beijing 2022

Gregor Ewan

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Gregor first tried wheelchair curling in September 2007 at Moray Ice Rink and made his international debut in 2009.

Five years later Gregor headed to his first Paralympic Games in Sochi, Russia, where he was part of the team that beat China to claim bronze.

He was also part of the Scotland team that claimed World Championship silver in 2011 and bronze in 2017, the latter acting as the test event for PyeongChang 2018.

Gregor competed at his second Paralympic Games at PyeongChang 2018 but the team were unable to progress to the playoffs. After a brief time away from the sport Gregor returned to the ice with his sights set on Beijing 2022. He was vice skip for the Scotland team that reached the quarter finals at the 2021 World Championships in Beijing, China – in the same venue that hosted the Paralympic Winter Games in 2022.

He competed in his third Paralympics at Beijing 2022 and the team had some notable victories including a 10-6 success against the USA, who finished fifth in the competition, but ultimately were knocked out at the round robin stage

Major results

2014 Sochi Paralympic Winter Games - bronze

2017 World Championships, Gangneung, South Korea - bronze

2011 World Championships, Prague, Czech Republic - silver

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