Curling: Jennifer Jones to Retire at End of Season

Renowned Canadian Curler, Jennifer Jones, Declares her Impending Sports Retirement

Decorated Canadian curler, Jennifer Jones, recently expressed that her retirement from professional sports is imminent, anticipated to happen at the closure of the current season.

Gold medalist at the Sochi Olympics in 2014, Jones has twice been crowned champion of the World Curling Championships and has also secured six Canadian titles to her name. She took to social media last Tuesday to reveal her decision. However, she will remain active in mixed curling, playing alongside her partner, Brent Laing.

At 49 years old, the Winnipeg skip is set to compete in the Canadian Championships for an impressive eighteenth time. The event will commence this Friday, hosted in Calgary.

Jones and her team prevailed in a flawless tournament run to clutch the gold medal in Sochi. She now shares the lead with Colleen Jones for the highest number of national titles.

Jones and Laing reigned as Canadian mixed curling champions in the previous year before concluding fourth place at the World Championships.

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