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USA Curling

 Position:    Skip
 Teammates:    
 Delivers:    Right-handed
 Born:    March 16, 1941
 Hometown:    Bronxville, NY
 Occupation:    Retired managing director of J.P. Morgan Investment Management Inc., New York, NY (1967-1997)
 Education:    Bachelor's degree in engineering from Purdue University
 Master's degree in business administration from Indiana University
 Family:    Married to Kathleen E. Austin, three children, seven grandchildren
 Year started curling:    1981
 Height:    5'10 feet
 Weight:    165 pounds

Curling Highlights:

  • GNCC Senior Men's Championship: 2010, 2004, 2003, 2001, 1999 (champion skip each year)
  • U.S. Nationals Qualifying Round: 2007, 2006
  • USCA Scots Tour Team: 2001
  • RCCC America Tour (courier): 2007
  • U.S. Senior National Championships: 2011 (final 12 among 27 teams)
  • Morgan Stanley Curling Classic (Madison, Wis): 2006 (Playoff round)
  • Cape Cod Men's Summerspiel: 2010, 2007 (champion skip each year)
  • Cape Cod Mixed Summerspiel: 2010 (champion skip)
  • Nutmeg, CT, Golden Handle Mixed: 2010, 2005 (champion skip each year)
  • Norfolk, CT, Calder Cup: 2010 (champion skip)
  • Schenectady, NY, Achilles: 2000 (champion skip)
  • Plainfield, NJ, Stone: 2002 (champion skip), 2012 (champion vice skip, with son Peter Austin, as skip), 2014 (champion lead, with 2012 national champion Dean Gemmell as skip)
  • Albany, NY, Governor's Bowl: 2002, 2000 (champion skip each year)
About George Austin:
Curls out of:

New York Caledonian Curling Club

George Austin is a retired investment management executive.  He currently serves on the Board of Directors of five charitable organizations in the New York City area.  He is president of the NY Caledonian CC and a director of the Grand National Curling Club.  George was a member of the 2001 USCA Scots Tour team, which claimed the Herries Maxwell Trophy by the widest stone margin in the history of the bilateral competition.  He was courier for the 2007 RCCC America Tour team, when Scotland reclaimed the Trophy from the USA.  George skipped the winning rink in the GNCC Senior Men's Championship in 1999, 2001, 2003, 2004 and 2010.  He first became aware of curling while living in London in the late 1970s and watching the sport on the BBC.