Team Kaitlyn Jones

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Team Profile

Hometown: Halifax, N.S. | Twitter: @teamkjones

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Kaitlyn
Jones
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Lauren
Lenentine
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Karlee
Burgess
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Lindsey
Burgess
- World junior champion (2018)
- Canadian junior champion (2018)
- Canada Winter Games bronze medallist (2015)
- Two-time world junior champion (2016 & 2018)
- Two-time Canadian junior champion (2016 & 2018)
- Canada Winter Games silver medallist (2015)
- Winter Youth Olympics gold medallist (2016)
- World junior champion (2018)
- Canadian junior champion (2018)

Team Bio

Jones was born in Manitoba and has also lived in B.C., Ontario and Saskatchewan before landing in Nova Scotia as the skip of the reigning world junior champions. She skipped Saskatchewan at the 2017 Canadian juniors. Lenentine skipped for P.E.I. at the past two Canadian junior championships.

Karlee Burgess also captured the Canadian junior and world junior titles in 2016 with Mary Fay. The pair teamed up with Tyler Tardi and Sterling Middleton from B.C. and claimed gold in mixed curling at the 2016 Winter Youth Olympics in Lillehammer, Norway.

Karlee’s cousin Lindsey Burgess joined the team in 2017. Lenentine came on board starting with the 2018 Humpty’s Champions Cup.


2018-19 Pinty’s Grand Slam of Curling results

Canadian Beef Masters
Stage Opponent Result
Round Robin Tirinzoni W 7-4
Round Robin Einarson W 6-5
Round Robin Fleury L 2-7
Round Robin Homan W 6-5
Quarterfinals Carey L 3-7