|NZ Olympian #985|
|Born||7 Mar 1980 – Ranfurly, Otago|
|Club||Mt Ida CC|
|Winter Games NZ Men|
|2013||Naseby (NZL "A")||6th|
|New Zealand Titles|
|1997, 2002, 2004|
|New Zealand Teams|
Warren first came to prominence in New Zealand curling as a 17-year-old, when he played lead stones in the team that won the 1997 Wendorf Rock – at that stage, the de facto NZ Championship. He played third in the side that won again in 2002 and then skipped the winning rink in 2004.
He has been a regular member of the national Men's side since 2003/2004, and has two Pacific gold medals. In recent years has made the vital role of lead his own.
A big rugby fan, Warren rates All Black flankers Josh Kronfeld and Richie McCaw as inspirations on his life and career.