|Born||July 13, 1966, in Ames, Iowa|
|Occupation||Creative Services Manager at WDIO/WIRT TV|
|Family||Married, two sons|
|Year started curling||1982|
|Height||6 feet, 2 inches|
|Education||Bachelor's degree in speech communication and broadcasting from the University of Minnesota|
U.S. National Club Championships: 2006 (champion),
U.S. National Championships: 2004, 1997
Wisconsin State Men's Playdown: 1997 (champion), 1996, 1995, 1994
Minnesota State Men's Playdown: 2006 (champion), 2005 (runner-up), 2004 (5th), 2003, 2001, 1999, 1998
USCA Men's Second Chance: 2004 (qualified for Nationals), 2002, 1995
National Olympic Qualifier: 1997
Duluth Curling Club Champion: 2001, 2002 (as skip)
Winnipeg Hydro Trophy in MCA winner: 1994 (as vice skip)
About Jeff Laundergan:
Curls out of: Duluth Curling Club
Curling start: "High school friends of mine brought me down to the Duluth Curling Club. An older gentleman named Bill Bradley was teaching kids how to curl. It wasn't anything real organized or official. He was just volunteering his time."
What he enjoys most about curling: "I enjoy traveling and meeting other curlers and fans of the sport."
Other sports: Golf, softball, downhill skiing
Curling goals: "To compete on the World and/or Olympic stage and to teach my sons to play and love the game as much as I do."
Training: "I have no routines or set schedule. I practice as often as my home life and job will allow. Plus, I try to stay in shape year-round with other activities."
Curling strengths: "I understand the strategies of the game. I read ice well, and I am consistent calling the house."
Favorite curling memory: "In 1994, I traveled to Winnipeg with Dave Running (skip), Jeff Heikkila (second) and Mark Dowd (lead) to play the MCA. We ended up spending seven days and six nights up there, went 14-2, and won the Winnipeg Hydro Trophy. The best part was our lead had played less than 10 games in his life."