“The moment you realize what you are best at, you should keep on hustling until you are at the top and satisfied with your work.”
The above statement relates best to Canadian athlete Colleen Jones’s life, who is the top curler and known widely for her astounding curling skills.
With her strong dedication and determination towards Curling from the age of 14, Colleen has collected four trophies by playing the Canadian Curling Championship.
In the years 1982, 1999, 2001, 2002, 2003, and 2004.
Plus, she has won Canadian Mixed Curling Champion (1993 and 1999).
Also, World Curling Champion (2001 and 2004), Canadian Senior Curling Champion (2016), and World Senior Curling Champion (2017).
Colleen is also the reporter, serving for more than three decades for CBC Nova Scotia.
Besides being the curler and the reporter, Colleen has also added as an author to her name by publishing many books.
Her published books include Elastic Black Dog (2002), Curling Secrets: How to Think and Play Like a Pro (2007), Simple Welsh in an Hour of Your Time: Kickstart Your Welsh Today (2016), and many more.
So, let’s look at the quick facts before jumping to the full article.
|Full Name||Colleen P. Jones|
|Birth Date||16th December 1959|
|Birth Place||Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada|
|Siblings||Eight ( seven sisters and one brother)|
|Hair color||Natural brown|
|Education||St. Patrick’s High School and Dalhousie University|
|Profession||Curler and Reporter|
|Current Network||CBC Nova Scotia News|
|Member||Canadian Curling Hall of Fame and Canada Games Hall of Honour|
|Canadian Mixed Curling Champion||Two times (1993 and 1999)|
|Canadian Curling Champion||Six times (1982, 1999, 2001, 2002, 2003 and 2004)|
|World Curling Champion||Two times (2001 and 2004)|
|Canadian Senior Curling Champion||One time(2016)|
|World Senior Curling Champion||One time (2017)|
|Kids||Two sons; Zach Saunders and Luke Saunders|
|Net Worth||$1-$5 million|
|Social Media||Not Available|
|Last Update||May, 2022|
Colleen’s Personal Life | Husband And Children
The curling champion was married to her husband named Scott Saunders, who is an engineer. She won her first Canadian mixed title with her husband, Scott Saunders, in the year 1993.