Tag Archives: Jill Officer (page 2)

Tag Archives: Jill Officer

Team Canada set for Women’s Worlds

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March 12, 2015

Canada will send a battle-hardened team to Japan in quest of our country’s first world women’s curling championship since 2008.

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2015 Canadian Women’s Team

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March 11, 2015

Front, l-r: skip Jennifer Jones, third Kaitlyn Lawes, second Jill Officer, lead Dawn McEwen. Back, l-r, coach Wendy Morgan, alternate Jennifer Clark-Rouire. Not pictured, national coach Elaine Dagg-Jackson.

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Manitoba captures 2015 Scotties gold

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February 23, 2015

Jennifer Jones and her team from Winnipeg wore the Maple Leaf with pride and class a year ago in Sochi, Russia, winning gold at the 2014 Winter Olympics.

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Curling: The “gateway” to a healthy future

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October 9, 2014

Canadian kids are being left out of traditional sports, especially girls, obese children, those with special needs, and kids from low income families.* We want kids to be happy and healthy for years to come.

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Sochi gold-medallists to participate in Swing & Sweep Golf Tournament

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May 28, 2014

Four members of Canada’s gold-medal winning Olympic curling teams will be participating in the inaugural Swing & Sweep Golf Tournament, it was announced today by the Canadian Curling Association.

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Team Canada Sochi 2014 Blog: Jill Officer

February 17, 2014

By Jill Officer (Team Canada second) —We had a good end to the round robin tonight against South Korea. I found out during the media interviews that we’re the first women’s team to ever go unbeaten in the round robin at the Olympics.

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Team Canada Sochi 2014 Blog: Jill Officer

February 10, 2014

By JILL OFFICER (Team Canada second) — We’ve been waiting for today for all of our lives, really. But we’ve been REALLY impatient since we got here on Tuesday night, so it was really exciting to get out there and throw a rock today.

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The hometown’s talking about the Jones girls

October 16, 2013

Jennifer Jones is looking forward to being the home team at the 2013 Tim Hortons Roar of the Rings

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Nedohin leads the way in first round of Ford Hot Shots

February 15, 2013

Eight curlers are through to the next rounds of the Ford Hot Shots competition at the 2013 Scotties Tournament of Hearts, including last year’s winning skip, Heather Nedohin, who wears Team Canada colours this year.

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Two Scotties veterans qualify for Kingston

February 1, 2013

There were no surprises coming out of the Manitoba or Northwest Territories/Yukon Scotties playdowns this year, as a pair of long-time contenders earned the right to compete in the 2013 Canadian Women’s Curling Championship.

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Jones Makes Season Debut at WFG Continental Cup of Curling

December 6, 2012

In a year that has seen Jennifer Jones undergo knee surgery and give birth to her first child, the Winnipeg skip is preparing for a return to the competitive curling scene.  And, she’ll be hitting the ice for her first competitive action of the season in Penticton January 10-13 for the World Financial Group Continental Cup.

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Jennifer Jones Team Heads Up an Elite Field in Moose Jaw

October 22, 2012

In just two months the highly anticipated Season of Champions gets underway in Moose Jaw when the 2012 Capital One Canada Cup of Curling hits the ice in Mosaic Place – the impressive new sports and entertainment complex that has played an integral role in the rejuvenation of the city’s downtown district.

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Featured Curling Athlete: Joëlle Sabourin

October 10, 2011

Opportunity came knocking for Joëlle Sabourin when Jennifer Jones’s second, Jill Officer, told her teammates last spring that she was expecting her first baby in December.

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Jones Looking for the Taste of a Second Cup

September 13, 2011

Jennifer Jones stepped on the ice for the championship game at last year’s Scotties Tournament of Hearts with visions of joining Nova Scotia’s Colleen Jones as the only skips to win four consecutive titles.

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