Teams

Team Paterson

Hometown: Glasgow, SCO
Twitter: @TeamPaterson1

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Ross Paterson

Birthdate: March 13, 1984
Birthplace: Glasgow, SCO
Resides: Glasgow, SCO

  • Boost National champion (2018)
  • Scottish champion (2016)
  • World junior bronze medallist (2005)
  • Scottish junior champion (2005)
Third

Kyle Waddell

Birthdate: Dec. 15, 1993
Birthplace: Bellshill, SCO
Resides: Hamilton, SCO

  • Team Great Britain, Winter Olympics (2018)
  • Boost National champion (2018)
  • World junior gold medallist (2013)
  • World junior silver medallist (2014)
  • World junior bronze medallist (2012)
  • Three-time Scottish junior champion (2012, 2013 & 2014)
  • Winter Universiade silver medallist (2013)
Second

Duncan Menzies

Birthdate: Feb. 25, 1994
Birthplace: Arbroath, SCO
Resides: Stirling/Arbroath, SCO

  • Boost National champion (2018)
  • World junior silver medallist (2014)
  • World junior bronze medallist (2015)
  • Scottish junior champion (2015)
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Michael Goodfellow

Birthdate: Oct. 8, 1988
Birthplace: Stirling, SCO
Resides: Stirling, SCO

  • Olympic silver medallist (2014)
  • Two-time World Championship silver medallist (2011 & 2012)
  • World Championship bronze medallist (2013)
  • Boost National champion (2018)
  • Four-time Scottish champion (2011, 2012, 2013 & 2017)

Team Bio

Ross Paterson makes his Pinty’s Grand Slam of Curling skip debut at the Princess Auto Elite 10. He previously played with Tom Brewster, winning the Scottish men’s title in 2016 and competing in the world championship, and was the vice skip last season for Greg Drummond.

Kyle Waddell threw second stones for Kyle Smith and represented Great Britain at the 2018 Winter Olympics in Pyeongchang, South Korea. Waddell also won all three types of medals at the world junior championships with Smith.

Duncan Menzies served as the alternate for Team Smith at the 2014 world juniors and returned the following year at third with Bruce Mouat earning medals both times.

Michael Goodfellow earned the silver medal at the 2014 Sochi Winter Olympics as the lead for David Murdoch.

2019-20 Pinty’s Grand Slam of Curling results

Masters

StageOpponentResult
Round RobinEppingW 6-4
Round RobinSchwallerW 7-5
Round RobinMouatL 2-6
Round RobinShusterL 4-8
TiebreakerKoeW 7-6
QuarterfinalsMouatL 3-6

2018-19 Pinty’s Grand Slam of Curling results

Princess Auto Elite 10

StageOpponentResult
Round RobinEdinW 4-1
Round RobinCarruthersL 2-5
Round RobinJacobsL 1-4
Round RobinKoeL 2-5

Masters

StageOpponentResult
Round RobinEdinL 3-7
Round RobinJacobsW 7-3
Round RobinEppingW 8-7
Round RobinSchwallerW 7-5
QuarterfinalsEppingL 5-9

Tour Challenge (Tier 1)

StageOpponentResult
Round RobinEppingL 5-8
Round RobinGunnlaugsonW 8-4
Round RobinRuohonenL 5-10
Round RobinGushueL 3-6

Boost National

StageOpponentResult
Round RobinSchwallerW 8-5
Round RobinGushueL 1-8
Round RobinMouatL 1-7
Round RobinDe CruzW 6-3
QuarterfinalsEdinW 7-4
SemifinalsHowardW 7-6
FinalMouatW 4-3

Players’ Championship

StageOpponentResult
Round RobinCarruthersL 3-6
Round RobinEdinL 4-6
Round RobinMouatW 7-5
Round RobinKoeL 3-7
Round RobinHowardW 4-2
TiebreakerEppingW 5-2
QuarterfinalsJacobsW 6-5
SemifinalsBottcherL 4-7

Humpty’s Champions Cup

StageOpponentResult
Round RobinEdinL 4-5
Round RobinMatsumuraL 7-8
Round RobinShusterL 4-8
Round RobinJacobsL 3-9