Jeff Isaacson

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Jeff Isaacson
Curler
Born (1983-07-14) July 14, 1983 (age 34)
Team
Curling club Duluth CC, Duluth
Skip John Shuster
Third Jeff Isaacson
Second Jared Zezel
Lead John Landstainer
Career
World Championship
appearances
1 (2009)

Jeff Isaacson (born July 14, 1983) is an American curler from the Gilbert, Minnesota.

Career[edit]

Isaacson played as second on John Shuster's team which won the US Olympic Trials in February 2009 and earned a spot as the 2010 United States Olympic Team. In addition to John Shuster his other teammates are John Benton and Jason Smith.[1] Chris Plys joined the team as alternate after the Olympic Trials.

By winning the 2010 US Olympic Trials, his team also qualified for the 2009 Curling World Championships held in Moncton, Canada. Isaacson and his team finished with a 7–4 record. They lost a tiebreaker match against Team Norway to qualify for the semifinals and finished fifth overall.

Isaacson currently plays as third with Shuster. He is also the Curling Center Manager and Head Curling Pro for the new Chaska Curling Center in Chaska, Minnesota.

Personal life[edit]

He graduated in 2001 from Mesabi East High School in Aurora, Minnesota. He also graduated from Bemidji State University

Teammates[edit]

2009 Moncton World Championships

2010 Vancouver Winter Olympics

References[edit]

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