Angie Malone

Angie first started playing Wheelchair Curling in 2003 and went on to make her international debut at the 2004 World Championships in Sursee, Switzerland.

  • Events:
    Wheelchair Curling, Wheelchair Curling: Mixed Team
  • Home Town:
  • Lives:
    Tormitchell, near Girvan, Ayrshire
  • Trains:
    The Peak, Stirling
  • Date Of Birth:
  • Games Attended:
    Sochi 2014, Vancouver 2010, Turin 2006

She made her Paralympic debut at the 2006 Paralympic Winter Games in Turin, where the team secured a silver medal. Angie represented ParalympicsGB for the second time in Vancouver, where the team finished in 6th place.

Career highlights include winning gold at the 2005 World Championships in front of a home crowd in Braehead, Scotland, and going on to secure the silver medal for ParalympicsGB the following year in Turin.

Her training base is The Peak in Stirling and she is coached by GB Head Coach Tony Zummack.

In addition to Wheelchair Curling, Angie also enjoys Kayaking.

Major Results

2014 Sochi Paralympic Games

2010 Vancouver Paralympic Games

2006 Turin Paralympic Games

2013 World Championships, Sochi, Russia      

2012 World Championships, Chuncheon, South Korea

2011 World Championships, Prague, Czech Republic


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