Eve Muirhead
Eve Muirhead is the skip of Great Britain’s Women Curling Team. She is one of the hotties of Olympic curling. In 2012, Eve posed for the Women of Curling Calendar. REUTERS

Eve Muirhead's rink beat Rachel Homan in final of women's curling to win the Canadian Open championship. The Scottish curler claimed the trophy with a 5-3 win over Homan's in Yorkton on Dec. 14.

According to The Canadian Press, Skip Muirhead placed a record of 6-1 through the round-robin play and knockout phase, which includes two wins over Jennifer Jones of Winnipeg (Sochi 2014 Winter Olympics' gold medalist), to win the inaugural Canadian Open women's curling championship.

Muirhead, who won a bronze at the European Championships, was delighted of their recent achievement. She said it was a fantastic feeling to be able to overcome a team as good as Homan's. She added that they use every opportunity to maximise their performance. "We're never satisified, so we always want to get better and better because we know all of the teams are still chasing us," Muirhead said. The 24-year-old also took her joy of their recent accomplishment to Twitter.

Christmas tunes on, Heading home, We won, Christmas time..... Happy days!!

— Eve Muirhead (@evemuirhead) December 15, 2014

Muirhead represented Great Britain for the 2014 Sochi Winter Olympics in February. Her team won a bronze medal after defeating Switzerland in the bronze medal play-off.

In other news, Canadian curler Brad Gushue's rink won the men's curling final after beating Saskatoon-native Steve Laycock, 6-5. It was Gushue's third career Grand Slam title, the second for the current season after winning the Masters Grand Slam of Curling (Oct. 28 to Nov. 2).

Gushue was reportedly thrilled of his team's recent victory. He scored two in the final shot to win the men's curling final. Gushue said that the excitement after he made the last shot was nothing compared to winning World Curling Tour events. He admitted that it was a tough last shot and to succeed, with the help of his teammates who perfectly swept the curling stone, was just "cool." Gushue's teammate Mark Nichols said that he never would have thought that they would win two of the three Grand Slam curling tournaments.

The Canadian Open is one of the four Grand Slam of Curling events that feature the best curling teams across Canada and around the world. The next Grand Slam curling tournament will be the Players' Championship which will take place on Mattamy Athletic Centre in Toronto, Ontario from April 7 to April 12, 2015.