Calgary (February 24, 2021) – Usually a game during the middle of the round-robin at the Scotties is just another chance to get a win on the board to put yourself in the best position to make the playoff round. This particular win by Jennifer Jones and her team however was a historic one as their narrow 6-5 victory over Team NL represented the 153 career win for Jones at the Scotties to break the record of 152 held by Colleen Jones.

Team Jennifer Jones currently sits at 3-2 and in 3rd place in Pool B.

Media round-up:

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Winnipeg Sun Video Interview –

Team Jennifer Jones is on the ice again today taking on Team PEI at 1:30PM local time in Calgary.

Jennifer Jones has a chance to make more history at the Scotties as she is currently tied with Colleen Jones and Jill Officer with six Scotties championships (2005, 2008, 2009, 2010, 2015, 2018) and with a win in Calgary would be the first curler in history to have won seven Canadian women’s curling championships.

Standing with their skip this week on Team Jennifer Jones is Kaitlyn Lawes, a two-time Olympic Gold medalist; Jocelyn Peterman, a two-time Canadian Mixed Doubles champion and a 2016 Scotties Tournament of Hearts champion; and new addition Lisa Weagle, a three-time Scotties Tournament of Hearts champion, a Women’s World champion and a 2018 Olympian.

Team Jennifer Jones team sponsors include: Princess Auto, Cabela’s, Waterite, Bayer, Chopped Leaf, Cutter&Buck, Goldline, Johanna Brierley & Cranked Energy Bars.

For more information and partnership inquiries with Team Jennifer Jones contact:

Jeff Dykeman
One Eleven Management Group