Work/Studies: University of Stirling
Introduced to curling: My brother and sister were introduced to curling through a school programme and I would go and watch them practicing and playing. When I was 6 years old my sister invited me on to the ice and I was hooked from that point on.
Interests: Played golf for South of Scotland under 18 team.
Role model: Tiger Woods
Parents/siblings in the sport: Ruaraidh Whyte coached Spain’s mixed doubles team to world bronze medal in Dumfries.
Best /favourite curling rink/s: Gangneung Curling Centre, PyeongChang.
Future Goals: Win an Olympic gold medal. Continue to get stronger in the gym and hit goals I want to achieve.
Pre game rituals: No rituals as such, just enjoy listening to music before a game.
January Challenge - 2021 runners up
NCA Elite Finals - 2021 runners up
December Superspiel - 2020 runners up
November Classic- 2020 runners up
September Shoot-Out –2020 runners up
Dumfries Challenger Series – 2019 champions
Prague Classic – 2019 champions
World Junior Championships – 2019 Bronze
World University Games - 2019 Bronze
Scottish Junior Champions - 2019
World Junior Championships - 2018 Silver
Scottish Junior Champions - 2018
Scottish Mixed Champions - 2018
Youth Olympics mixed doubles – 2016 silver
Additional achievements: Ross Whyte was the alternate (5th man) for Team Mouat when they won gold at the European Championships in 2018 and was due to join them again at the 2020 World Curling Championships in Glasgow which were cancelled due to Covid 19. Ross was selected as Team Mouat’s alternate for the 2021 World Championships in Calgary, Canada.