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Jennifer Jones not ruling out next Olympics

Olympic curling champion Jennifer Jones and her team have yet to discuss their future, but they're not ruling out competing in the next Olympic Games. Jones along with Kaitlyn Lawes, Jill Officer and Dawn McEwan visited Q with Jian Ghomeshi on Thursday during Juno week in Winnipeg.

Olympic curling champion says team has yet to discuss future plans

Canada's skip Jennifer Jones celebrates after winning women's curling gold at the 2014 Sochi Olympics on Feb. 19. (Ints Kalnins/Reuters)

Olympic curling champion Jennifer Jones and her team have yet to discuss their future, but they're not ruling out competing in the next Olympic Games.

Jones along with Kaitlyn Lawes, Jill Officer and Dawn McEwan visited Q with JianGhomeshi on Thursday during Juno week in Winnipeg.

"If we're gonna play, we play until the next Olympics," said the Manitoba skip who made history last month in Sochi, Russia, by becoming the first woman to go undefeated in the tournament.

"We've been a tad busy, so we haven't really had a chance to talk," Jones said. "But I don't have an official answer I guess, but I know that I can't imagine playing without these girls ... I'd be surprised if we didn't continue for at least a little while."

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