Rhona Howie - Biography and Images

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Rhona Howie - BBC Winter Olympics 2022

Rhona Howie, MBE – born 12 October 1966, Ayrshire – better known under her married name, Rhona Martin, is a British curler.

She most famous for skipping the British women’s team at the 2002 Winter Olympics, where the team claimed the gold medal.

She has also skipped for the Scotland curling team at both the World and European Championships.

In 2022, Rhona served as a co-commentator during the Winter Olympics for the BBC.

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