November 20, 1984 |
Kushiro, Hokkaido, Hokkaidō
|3 (2007, 2008, 2010)|
|5 (2004, 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009)|
Moe Meguro won her first medal at the international level at the 2004 Pacific Curling Championships winning the gold medal. She played lead under skip Yumie Hayashi.
At the 2006 Pacific Curling Championships in Tokyo, Moe Meguro skipped Team Aomori and won a bronze medal. She also won a bronze medal at the 2007 Winter Universiade and a silver medal at the 2007 Pacific Curling Championships finishing the tournament with an 8-1 record.
At the 2008 Ford World Women's Curling Championship, Meguro skipped the Japanese team to 4th place (one of Japan's best ever finishes, Japan also finished 4th in 1997). The team was one shot away from the gold medal final, but let Canada steal a point in the 10th and 11th ends of their semi-final game. In the bronze medal game, they lost to Switzerland, in a re-match of the 3 vs. 4 game which the Japanese had won.
She was also skip for Team Japan at the 2010 Winter Olympics (finishing the round robin stage with a 3-6 record) and the 2010 Ford World Women's Curling Championship (finishing 11th with a disappointing 2-9 record).
She announced her retirement in June 2010.
Grand Slam record
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- C - Champion
- F - Lost final
- SF - Lost semi final
- QF - Lost quarter final
- Q - Did not make playoffs
- DNP - Did not participate in event
- N/A - not a Grand Slam event that season
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