Teams

Team Jones

Hometown: Winnipeg, MB
Home Club: St. Vital Curling Club
Twitter: @TeamJJonesCurl
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Jennifer JonesKaitlyn LawesJocelyn PetermanDawn McEwenLisa Weagle
Birthdate: July 7, 1974
Birthplace: Winnipeg, MB
Resides: Horseshoe Valley, ON
Birthdate: Dec. 16, 1988
Birthplace: Winnipeg, MB
Resides: Winnipeg, MB
Birthdate: Sept. 23, 1993
Birthplace: Red Deer, AB
Resides: Winnipeg, MB
Birthdate: July 3, 1980
Birthplace: Ottawa, ON
Resides: Winnipeg, MB
Birthdate: March 24, 1985
Birthplace: Ottawa, ON
Resides: Ottawa, ON
GSOC title wins: 9
– Players’ Championship (2006, 2007, 2009, 2011, 2014, 2017)
– Champions Cup (2016)
– Masters (2017)
– National (2017)
GSOC title wins: 6
– Players’ Championship (2011, 2014, 2017)
– Champions Cup (2016)
– Masters (2017)
– National (2017)
GSOC title wins: 1
– Canadian Open (2018)
GSOC title wins: 8
– Players’ Championship (2007, 2009, 2011, 2014, 2017)
– Champions Cup (2016)
– Masters (2017)
– National (2017)
GSOC title wins: 10
– Masters (2012, 2013, 2015)
– National (2015, 2018)
– Canadian Open (2015, 2019)
– Champions Cup (2017, 2018)
– Tour Challenge (2018)
Pinty’s Cup: 4
– 2008-09, 2010-11, 2013-14, 2017-18
Pinty’s Cup: 3
– 2010-11, 2013-14, 2017-18
Pinty’s Cup: 4
– 2008-09, 2010-11, 2013-14, 2017-18
Pinty’s Cup: 2
– 2015-16, 2018-19
– Olympic gold medallist (2014)
– Two-time World gold medallist (2008, 2018)
– World silver medallist (2015)
– World bronze medallist (2010)
– Six-time Scotties Tournament of Hearts champion (2005, 2008, 2009, 2010, 2015, 2018)
– Three-time Scotties Tournament of Hearts silver medallist (2006, 2011, 2013)
– Four-time Scotties Tournament of Hearts bronze medallist (2007, 2012, 2016, 2020)
– Eight-time Manitoba champion (2002, 2005, 2007, 2008, 2012, 2013, 2015, 2018)
– Canadian junior champion (1994)
– Two-time Olympic gold medallist (2014 women’s, 2018 mixed doubles)
– World gold medallist (2018)
– World silver medallist (2015)
– Two-time Scotties Tournament of Hearts champion (2015, 2018)
– Two-time Scotties Tournament of Hearts silver medallist (2011, 2013)
– Three-time Scotties Tournament of Hearts bronze medallist (2012, 2016, 2020)
– Four-time Manitoba champion (2012, 2013, 2015, 2018)
– World junior silver medallist (2009)
– World junior bronze medallist (2008)
– Two-time Canadian junior champion (2008, 2009)
– Scotties Tournament of Hearts champion (2016)
– Two-time Scotties Tournament of Hearts bronze medallist (2017, 2020)
– Alberta champion (2016)
– Canadian junior champion (2012)
– Canada Winter Games silver medallist (2011)
– World mixed doubles silver medallist (2019)
– Canadian mixed doubles champion (2019)
– Olympic gold medallist (2014)
– Two-time World gold medallist (2008, 2018)
– World silver medallist (2015)
– World bronze medallist (2010)
– Five-time Scotties Tournament of Hearts champion (2008, 2009, 2010, 2015, 2018)
– Two-time Scotties Tournament of Hearts silver medallist (2011, 2013)
– Three-time Scotties Tournament of Hearts bronze medallist (2012, 2016, 2020)
– Ontario champion (2005)
– Five-time Manitoba champion (2008, 2012, 2013, 2015, 2018)
– One-time Olympian (2018)
– World gold medallist (2017)
– World silver medallist (2014)
– World bronze medallist (2013)
– Three-time Scotties Tournament of Hearts champion (2013, 2014, 2017)
– Two-time Scotties Tournament of Hearts silver medallist (2019, 2020)
– Scotties Tournament of Hearts bronze medallist (2015)
Team Bio

Jennifer Jones has captured just about every major curling title there is in her magnificent career. Jones was a star right from the start winning three Manitoba junior titles and a Canadian junior championship.

Jones captured her first Tournament of Hearts title in 2005 in dramatic fashion. Facing Ontario, Jones made one of the craziest shots in history with her last rock of the game. Jones hit off an opposing stone from outside of the house and rolled in to take out the shot rock on the button scoring four points and lifting Manitoba to an 8-6 victory and the championship.

Dawn McEwen, who coincidentally played for Team Ontario in that game, switched provinces joining Team Jones in 2007. The team went on a dynasty run winning three consecutive national titles from 2008-10. Team Jones also captured a world championship in 2008 defeating China in the final.

Following the Tournament of Hearts three-peat, Jones added two-time Canadian junior champion Kaitlyn Lawes at third with her target on winning gold at the 2014 Winter Olympics.

Jones defeated Sherry Middaugh in the 2013 Canadian Olympic Curling Trials final to represent Canada at the 2014 Winter Games in Sochi, Russia. Team Jones topped Sweden to capture the gold medal and made history by becoming the first women’s team to finish the Olympic curling tournament undefeated with an overall 11-0 record.

Jones has won nine women’s events in the Pinty’s Grand Slam of Curling including a record six Players’ Championship women’s titles. 

Lawes captured another Olympic gold for Canada earning the medal in mixed doubles at the 2018 Pyeongchang Winter Games.

Longtime second Jill Officer stepped back into an alternate role following the Olympic cycle with Jocelyn Peterman coming on board. Peterman, who skipped in juniors, linked up with Team Nedohin as their alternate in 2014 and became the full-time second the following season when Nedohin walked away from competitive curling and Chelsea Carey took over the team. Peterman won the Scotties Tournament of Hearts in 2016 and the Meridian Canadian Open in 2018 with Team Carey. 

Pinty’s Grand Slam of Curling results
SeasonEventWinsLossesResult
2005-06Players’ Championship61Champions
2006-07Players’ Championship61Champions
2007-08Players’ Championship23Missed Playoffs
2008-09Players’ Championship61Champions
2009-10Players’ Championship33Quarterfinalists
2010-11Players’ Championship60Champions
2011-12Players’ Championship53Semifinalists
2012-13Masters*33Missed Playoffs
Players’ Championship43Semifinalists
2013-14Masters42Semifinalists
Players’ Championship62Champions
2014-15Masters42Semifinalists
Canadian Open33Quarterfinalists
Players’ Championship14Missed Playoffs
2015-16Tour Challenge23Missed Playoffs
Masters33Quarterfinalists
National32Quarterfinalists
Canadian Open51Finalists
Players’ Championship62Finalists
Champions Cup61Champions
2016-17Masters23Quarterfinalists
Tour Challenge32Quarterfinalists
National23Missed Playoffs
Canadian Open32Quarterfinalists
Players’ Championship71Champions
Champions Cup32Quarterfinalists
2017-18Tour Challenge42Semifinalists
Masters70Champions
National70Champions
Canadian Open42Semifinalists
Players’ Championship71Finalists
Champions Cup43Semifinalists
2018-19Elite 1041Semifinalists
Masters32Quarterfinalists
Tour Challenge32Quarterfinalists
National42Semifinalists
Canadian Open23Missed Playoffs
Players’ Championship33Quarterfinalists
Champions Cup33Quarterfinalists
2019-20Masters32Quarterfinalists
Tour Challenge33Quarterfinalists
National43Finalists
Canadian Open32Quarterfinalists
2020-21Champions Cup13Missed Playoffs
Players’ Championship23Missed Playoffs
* Kaitlyn Lawes skipped the team for this event.