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Shannon Joanisse (Shannon Wilson) was born on 28 September, 1976 in Wawota, Canada. Discover Shannon Joanisse's Biography, Age, Height, Physical Stats, Dating/Affairs, Family and career updates. Learn How rich is She in this year and how She spends money? Also learn how She earned most of networth at the age of 44 years old?

Popular As Shannon Wilson
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Age 45 years old
Zodiac Sign Libra
Born 28 September 1976
Birthday 28 September
Birthplace Wawota, Canada
Nationality Canada

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2017

Shannon Joanisse (née Wilson) was born in Wawota, Saskatchewan. As of 2017, she resides in Abbotsford, British Columbia. She is married to Dean Joanisse and has two children. She works as the High Performance and Competitions Manager for Curl BC.

2014

In 2014, she moved to New Westminster, British Columbia to play for Kelly Scott.

2012

The team returned to the 2012 British Columbia Scotties Tournament of Hearts, finishing in a four team tie, for fourth place, with a 5–4 record. The team won two tiebreakers and moved onto the playoffs. They defeated Roz Craig in the 3–4 game and for a third consecutive year, faced Kelly Scott in the playoffs. In the semi-final against Scott, the team lost the game 7–9 and ended their chances of reaching the national championships.

2011

The following year, the team returned to the 2011 British Columbia Scotties Tournament of Hearts, where they again finished round robin with an 8-1 record. For a second year in a row the team competed against Scott in the 1–2 game, and like the previous year, defeated the team 9–2, before again losing to them in the final 3–5. Joanisse became the fifth player for Scott at the 2011 Scotties Tournament of Hearts, where the team finished round robin with a 7–4 record, taking them into a tiebreaker game. They faced Nova Scotia's Heather Smith-Dacey, but lost the tiebreaker and a shot at the playoffs.

Following the 2011–12 curling season, Aleksic returned to Alberta, where she joined up with Olympic Silver Medalist, Cheryl Bernard. Joanisse replaced Jennifer Sadleir to play lead.

2010

In 2010, Joanisse and Maskiewich joined with Kelley Law, and participated in the 2010 British Columbia Scotties Tournament of Hearts. The team finished round robin in second place with an 8–1 record. They competed against Kelly Scott in the 1–2 playoff game, where they defeating Scott 9–3 and receiving a bye to the final. They competed against Scott again in the final, but lost the game 4–8. Joanisse was chosen by Scott to be the team's fifth player. At the 2010 Scotties Tournament of Hearts the team finished in third place, with a 7–4 record, before going on to lose the 3–4 game to Ontario's Krista McCarville.

2009

Joanisse and the team returned to the 2009 British Columbia Scotties Tournament of Hearts, where they made the playoffs, having finished second with a 5–2 round robin record. They faced Marla Mallett in the semi-final, losing 5–9.

2008

Joanisse returned to the 2008 British Columbia Scotties Tournament of Hearts, playing third stones for Jody Maskiewich. The team finished round robin with a 6–1 record. They received a bye to the final, where they lost 5–6 to Allison MacInnes.

2007

After one year living in Alberta, Joanisse moved to British Columbia, where she joined up with Olympic Bronze medalist Kelley Law throwing second stones. The team participated in the 2007 British Columbia Scotties Tournament of Hearts, where the team finished round robin with a 6–1 record. They received a bye to the final, where they defeated Patti Knezevic 10–4 and won the championship. At the 2007 Scotties Tournament of Hearts the team finished with a 5–6 round robin record, failing to reach the playoffs.

2001

From 2001–2003, Joanisse participated in the Saskatchewan Scott Tournament of Hearts failing to return to the National championship. In 2004, she moved to Ontario, where she participated in the Ontario Scott Tournament of Hearts in 2004 and 2005, but failed to qualify for the nationals. Joanisse moved to Alberta for the 2005/06 curling season, where she participated in the 2006 Alberta Scott Tournament of Hearts, where she again failed to reach another national championship.

1999

In 1999, Joanisse participated in the Saskatchewan Scott Tournament of Hearts, playing lead for Cindy Street. The team finished second place in round robin, with a 5–2 record. They defeated Anita Ford in the semi-final, before going onto defeat Sandra Schmirler and claiming the Saskatchewan title. At the 1999 Scott Tournament of Hearts, the team finished round robin with a 7–4 record and a third-place finish. They competed against the defending champion's Team Canada and Cathy Borst in the 3–4 game, where they lost the game by a score of 4 to 12.

1994

Joanisse participated in the Saskatchewan junior provincials as a skip from 1994 until 1998, and then lost her age eligibility, never making it to a Canadian Junior Curling Championships during her eligibility years.

1976

Shannon Joanisse, also known as Shannon Aleksic (born September 28, 1976) is a Canadian curler from Abbotsford, British Columbia. She currently plays second for the Karla Thompson rink.