Colleen Jones

Colleen Jones

Colleen P. Jones (born December 16, 1959 in Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada) is a Canadian curler and television personality. She is best known as the skip of two women's world championship teams and six Tournament of Hearts Canadian women's championships, including an unprecedented four titles in a row. She also serves as a reporter and weather presenter for the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation, and as a curling commentator for the National Broadcasting Company in the United States, particularly during the 2010 Winter Olympics.

Read more about Colleen Jones:  Early Career, Broadcasting Career, Grand Slam Record

Other articles related to "colleen jones, jones":

2005 Scott Tournament Of Hearts
... one from each of Canada's provinces, one from Canada's territories and the defending champion, Colleen Jones whose team is known as Team Canada ... Oddly, Jones' team is the only returning team from the 2004 Scott Tournament of Hearts as all other provincial champions lost in their playdowns ... Colleen Jones, who has won the last four tournaments (for a total of 6) is joined by Cathy King who won the tournament in 1998 ...
2006 Scott Tournament Of Hearts - Teams
... Representing Team Canada is last years champion, Jennifer Jones but with a change at lead position with 2002 Olympic bronze medalist Georgina Wheatcroft ... Making her 21st appearance at the Scotts in Colleen Jones who is skipping the Nova Scotia team ... Colleen Jones has won the Scotts six times ...
Nova Scotia Scotties Tournament Of Hearts - Past Winners
... McConnery 2009 Nancy McConnery 2008 Mary-Anne Arsenault 2007 Jill Mouzar 2006 Colleen Jones 2005 Kay Zinck 2004 Heather Smith-Dacey 2003 Nancy McConnery 2002 Meredith Doyle 2001 Colleen Jones 2000 Kay Zinck 1999 ...

Famous quotes containing the word jones:

    All the average human being asks is something he can call a home; a family that is fed and warm; and now and then a little happiness; once in a long while an extravagance.
    —Mother Jones (1830–1930)