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Norman Brown

DOB: 10.09.61
Lives: Stranraer, Scotland
Occupation: Farmer
Previous Olympics: Took part in 1992 demonstration

Curling - men's team

At 40-years-old, Norman Brown was the oldest member of the men's team and has the medals to show for it.

The Stranraer-based farmer grabbed four European golds and one silver between 1989 and 1996.

Brown also won a silver and bronze medal in the world championships.

He competed in the 1992 Olympics when curling was a demonstration sport and was Britain's alternate player this year, but the GB team failed to qualify for the semi-finals.

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