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Canadian Curler Rocks History Books

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Canadian Curler Rocks History Books

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Canadian Curler Rocks History Books

Canadian Curler Rocks History Books

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Jennifer Jones, a 30-year-old corporate lawyer from Winnipeg, made a spectacular come-from-behind shot to win the Canadian women's curling championship.

Jones talks with NPR's Melissa Block about what some sports commentators say could be one of the best curling shots in history.

Jennifer Jones throws a rock during the Scott Tournament of Hearts final against Ontario in St. John's, Newfoundland, Feb. 27, 2005. Reuters hide caption

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