02/17/2014 12:27 EST | Updated 04/19/2014 05:59 EDT

Jennifer Jones, Canadian Women's Curling Team, Go Undefeated In Round-Robin Tournament

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Canada's Skip Jennifer Jones throws a stone during the women's curling round robin session 10 match between Canada and USA at the Ice Cube curling centre in Sochi on February 16, 2014 during the 2014 Sochi winter Olympics. AFP PHOTO / ADRIAN DENNIS (Photo credit should read ADRIAN DENNIS/AFP/Getty Images)

SOCHI, Russia - Winnipeg skip Jennifer Jones made Olympic history Monday, defeating South Korea 9-4 to become the first woman to go through the Olympic curling round-robin unbeaten.

Jones had to work hard against Korean skip Kim Jisun and didn't hold a lead until the seventh end.

Jones, lead Dawn McEwen, second Jill Officer and third Kaitlyn Lawes were 8-0 going into the game and had already clinched a berth in the semifinals.

Canada's Kevin Martin, who did it four years ago in Vancouver, is the only other curler to go through the Olympic round-robin undefeated.

Kim, who throws second, finished the tournament at 3-6.

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