|Birth name||Christopher Peter Cusiter|
|Date of birth||13 June 1982|
|Place of birth||Aberdeen, Scotland|
|Height||1.78 m (5 ft 10 in)|
|Weight||85 kg (13 st 5 lb)|
|School||Robert Gordon's College|
|University||University of Edinburgh|
|Notable relative(s)||Calum Cusiter, brother|
|Rugby union career|
Christopher Peter Cusiter (born 13 June 1982) is a retired Scottish international rugby union player who played at scrum-half. He played for teams including Glasgow Warriors, Border Reivers and Perpignan before ending his career at Sale Sharks.
During 2005 and 2006 Cusiter suffered a series of injuries representing Scotland. In 2015 he sustained a knee injury against Australia and upon his starting return against Italy in the 2006 Six Nations suffered a pectoral injury. After making a substitute appearance against Romania in the 2006 Autumn tests he was given the all clear to start against the Pacific Islanders only to be stretchered off after 10 minutes.
Cusiter went on the 2005 British and Irish Lions tour to New Zealand making one appearance as a substitute.
While still at Watsonians, Cusiter was called into the Glasgow Warriors side in the 2001–02 season. At the end of the season he had a number of games warming the bench, before making his professional debut coming on in the 79th minute against Swansea RFC in the Welsh-Scottish League in Glasgow's last game of the season.
At the season end he moved back to Watsonians, but secured another professional club in 2003 when he signed for Border Reivers. The Borders side folded in 2007 and Cusiter moved to play in France. On 18 April 2007, it was announced that Cusiter would sign for the French side Perpignan.
On 27 January 2009 Cusiter moved back to Scotland, securing a deal to play with Glasgow Warriors once again; this time on a three-year contract. His contract was extended and he played with Glasgow till the end of the 2013–14 season.
For the following season 2014–15, he moved to the English Aviva Premiership side, Sale Sharks.
Cusiter announced his retirement from rugby in May 2016.