Jennifer Jones is the skip of the Canadian women's curling rink that also consists of Kaitlyn Lawes, Jill Officer and Dawn McEwen. For 39-year-old Jones, after years of trying, she'll be making her Olympic debut in Sochi. Previously, the biggest honor in her career came in 2008, when she won a gold medal at the World Championships. She has also won nine medals -- four gold, three silver and two bronze -- competing at the Scotties Tournament of Hearts.
- 2008: Won a World Championships gold medal.
- Scotties Tournament of Hearts: Won gold medals in 2005, 2008, 2009 and 2010.
- "The Shot": At the 2005 Scotties Tournament of Hearts, which she won a gold medal at, she hit a what was deemed a near-impossible four-point shot to win the tournament. "The shot" received national attention in Canada, and is considered the play on which Jones established herself as a force in the curling world.
Things to know:
1. Jones is in a relationship with Canadian men's curler Brent Laing, who is a two-time gold medal-winner at the World Championships.
2. A lawyer, she is also Senior Legal Advisor for National Bank Financial.
3. Has competed on the same rink as 2014 Olympic teammate Jill Officer since they were juniors.