Lockerbie's David Murdoch rose to world prominence as a champion curler and was the man who skippered Team GB to a silver medal in the 2014 Winter Olympics.
This week he launched the foundation in memory of his father Matt, curling legend himself.
Lockerbie's World Champion and Olympic silver medal-winning curler David Murdoch has launched a new programme, to promote the sport among young people. Named after his late father, the Matt Murdoch foundation will fund young Scottish curlers to have access to some of the best training facilities and coaches in the world.
Today former World Champion and Olympic silver medallist David Murdoch is launching a Youth Curling Foundation in memory of his late father Matt.
The curler, from Lockerbie, says it's aimed at helping and encouraging more young people to get involved with the sport his family is so passionate about.
Our reporter Ryan Dollard spoke to Lockerbie's David Murdoch after his silver medal win in Sochi, Russia.
Team GB’s men’s curling rink played their fifth match against the United States of America today and won 5-3.
This gives them a record of four wins and one loss to place them second in the standings. Tomorrow they face Denmark.
The solid form of Great Britain's men's curling team at the Sochi 2014 Winter Olympics continues as they secured a 5-3 round-robin win against the United States.
GB went into the contest having on Wednesday claimed their third victory from four fixtures with a 4-2 triumph over Switzerland.
The scoring was once again far from prolific on Thursday, with David Murdoch's all-Scottish rink, who were 3-0 up after three ends, starting the eighth 4-2 ahead before seeing out their third win in a row.
Team GB’s men’s curling rink played their third match against Germany today and won 7-6.
This gives them a record of two wins and one loss to place them fourth in the standings after day two of the curling competition. They will face Switzerland tomorrow.