Eve Muirhead is bidding to crown her third Winter Olympics with gold in Pyeongchang.

Here, Press Association Sport looks at five things you may not know about the 27-year-old Great Britain women’s curling team skip ahead of Friday’s semi-final against Sweden.

1. In the family

Haha gotta love a family selfie after a few!!! #dadsbirthday 🍾🎉

A post shared by Eve Muirhead (@evemuirhead) on Jul 10, 2016 at 12:06pm PDT

Muirhead was 19 when she was chosen as skip for Great Britain at the 2010 Games in Vancouver. She became the youngest skip to win an Olympic medal four years later in Sochi and comes from a curling family. Her father Gordon competed for Britain at the 1992 Games in Albertville, when it was a demonstration sport, and brothers Glen and Thomas were on the men’s team here.

2. Stones and sheep

Eve Muirhead with her brothers Thomas, centre, and Glen, rightEve Muirhead with her brothers Thomas, centre, and Glen, right (Andrew Milligan/PA Images)

As well as curling, the Muirheads have a sheep farm at Blair Atholl, near Pitlochry in Perthshire. Brothers Thomas and Glen work on the farm, but have left lambing season to father Gordon to compete in Pyeongchang.

3. Good at golf

Muirhead plays off a handicap of two and rejected several offers of a scholarship at United States universities for golf. She plays in ProAm and celebrity tournaments, while also featuring for Pitlochry Ladies. She has the course record of 68 at Pitlochry.

4. Peanut butter addict

She describes herself as an “addict” of peanut butter. Many athletes like the spread for the energy it can provide.

5. Bagpipes player

Making some pennies!! #Busking #ThrowBackThursday

A post shared by Eve Muirhead (@evemuirhead) on Aug 6, 2015 at 4:16am PDT

Not satisfied with being an accomplished curler and golfer, Muirhead also plays the bagpipes. And she has been known to play at friends’ weddings.