Jenny Jones | British Gold medalist, Speaker, TV Host of "Extreme"

Jenny Jones

British Gold medalist, Speaker, TV Host of "Extreme"

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Jenny Jones

Jenny Jones is the UK's most globally respected and successful female snowboarder. She made history at the 2014 Winter Olympics in Sochi, winning Great Britain's first ever medal in a snow event. Taking home a Bronze medal in the women's slopestyle category, Jenny became a household name overnight.
Jenny first discovered her love of snowboarding aged 17, after having a 30 minute lesson on a dry ski slope with her brothers in Somerset, close to her hometown of Downend, Bristol. She then went to the Italian Alps on a college trip and decided that she wanted to pursue the sport full time instead of going to University. After finishing her college exams Jenny headed to France and funded her season by working as a chalet maid in Tignes, riding whenever she could.

After entering her first competition in 1999, Jenny set the snowboarding scene alight. Previous to the 2014 Winter Olympics, Jenny had entered and won a number of big air and slopestyle competitions, including 4 Winter X-Games, winning 3 Gold medals in 2 consecutive years (2009 and 2010) in Aspen and Tignes. Jenny is known for technical spins over the biggest of jumps, combining exceptional natural balance with a strong will to succeed. While she may be feared as a competitor, Jenny is known for her humble attitude and bubbly sense of humour.

In 2014, Jenny was announce as the ambassador for Nissan Juke, for which she was filmed snowboarding down a personalised mountain in Verbier for their 'Personalise Your Thrill' campaign. Later that year, Jenny appeared on Sky 1's 'A League of Their Own', making such an impression that she appeared on the show again the following year. She was also the ambassador for Pentax cameras during 2014 and 2015.
2014 also saw Jenny join BBC Radio 5 Live's presenting team, co-hosting 'Extreme' with Will Perry, in which they take a closer look and the adrenalin fuelled world of extreme sports. Featuring interviews with some of the sports' most famous characters, the series also covers the biggest events taking place in the UK and across the world, while giving listeners an insight in to the life of an extreme sports star.

A year on from her medal win, Jenny joined the team of experts on Channel 4's winter sports show, The Jump, alongside Graham Bell, Amy Williams and host Davina McCall in 2015.

Jenny is also an experienced public speaker, and often shares anecdotes and motivational speeches at a variety of events.

Jenny Jones & Louise Jones

Jenny combines her amazing story about the obstacles she overcame to win the bronze medal, with her sports psychologist Louise Jones.
Louise and Jenny provide an interactive session, looking at psychological aspects, which reflect very much on the daily life within business and continue to relate back to Jenny’s experience and achievements. Jenny and Louise have an amazing rapport after working together for 13 years and bring a very good humoured but truly informative session which will leave the audience pondering.

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