Grant Hardie: Male
Hardie, the nephew of 1999 world champion Hammy McMillan, will make his Olympic debut – but he lacks experience and medals as he won European gold and world silver and bronze twice in 2021 and 2018.
Bobby Lammie: male
Lammie, a two-time European champion and world medalist, has been part of Mouat’s ice rink since the 2015 Olympic debut.
Hammy McMillan: male
McMillan comes from good curling, his father was world champion in 1999. A two-time European champion, McMillan plays a leading role in Mouat’s team.
Ross Whyte: Men (substitute)
Whyte has been selected to replace Mouat for the 2021 World Cup in Calgary, Canada, and will do the same job again in Beijing. Olympic debut.
Eve Muirhead: Women
Skip Muirhead will compete in her fourth Winter Olympics, and her best result was a bronze medal for Sochi 2014. She and her team are current European champions.
Vicky Wright: Women
Wright is the team’s deputy and will make her Olympic debut. During the covid pandemic, she worked for the NHS as a nurse
Jennifer Dodds: Women and Mixed Doubles
Olympic debutant Dodds is set to go down in history as one of the first players to represent the GB team in two curling competitions in the same games, competing in the women’s discipline and mixing alongside Bruce Mouat. Together, they are the current world champions in mixed curling.
Hailey Duff: Women
Duff made her debut at the Olympics only when she won European gold with the team last year.
Mili Smith: women (alternate)
A member of the British team at the 2016 Winter Youth Olympics, Smith’s brother Kyle was skipped from the men’s team at the 2018 Winter Olympics.
Natasha McKay: Women Single
McKay, who was recently crowned British champion for the fifth time. The skater secured a place in the GB team’s quota with 23rd place at the March World Championships. Olympic debut.
Lilah Fear: Ice Dance
Fear was teamed up in 2016 with Gibson, who participated in their first international competition this season. They won two bronze medals for the Grand Prix and finished seventh in the 2021 World Championships. Olympic debut
Lewis Gibson: Dancing on Ice
In addition to Fear, Gibson finished seventh at the 2021 World Championships. He originally started his skating career in singles and then switched to ice dancing. Olympic debut.