|Born||January 28, 1964|
|3 (1994, 1992, 2000)|
Wright made her United States Nationals debut in 1984 and competed on the winning team. Since 1984 she has competed in fifteen more US Nationals and will compete in her seventeenth Nationals in March 2010. In addition to her team's victory in 1984 Amy Wright has also been victorious in 1992 and 2000. She has been a runner-up once and won the Bronze medal at the 2009 Nationals which doubled as the Olympic Trials from the 2010 Vancouver Olympics.
As the United States champion Amy Wright has made three appearances at the Curling World Championships. Her team took ninth at her first worlds in 1984. Eight years later when she returned to the worlds her team won the silver medal. At the 2000 Glasgow World Championships her team placed sixth with a 4 - 5 record.
After a seventh-place finish at the 2006 US Nationals Amy Wright to a break from competitive curling. However, as the Vancouver Olympics neared, an opportunity presented itself to form a competitive team. She took advantage of this and formed her current team.
Courtney George, Third
Jordan Moulton, Second
Patti Luke, Lead
Amanda McLean, Alternate
- Note: Amanda McLean served as the Alternate only for the 2010 Nationals
- Amy Wright on the World Curling Federation database
- Amy Wright on the World Curling Tour database
- Amy Wright on the CurlingZone database
- USA Curling profile
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