Terry W Jones 
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  Name: Terry W Jones Nickname: TJ  
  Hails From: Scarborough, Ontario Canada    
  What got you into officiating?
Dave Kovak and Paul Roberts are to blame! I was lured into 3 event judging back around 1995 or 1996 and my computer skills with Video Jump measurement proved useful. The 3 eventers loaned my skills out to the barefooters and have regretted that loan ever since because I stayed with the barefooters!
  Why do you continue to officiate?
Because of all the great people involved in barefooting.
  Who has inspired you in this sport?
First, I consider "this sport" to be water skiing, not just barefooting. There have been many. I was inspired by a number of 3 event skiers like Bob Lapointe, Deena Brush (Mapple), Jaret Llewellyn. they fueled my interest in water skiing in general. In barefooting I have been fortunate to be around world class skiers as well as some of the best officials in the world who have guided me and been supportive and patient while I learned.
  What skiers have you enjoyed watching and why?
While world class skiers are awesome to watch, I think I get the most enjoyment watching someone do something for the first time, whether its their first time footing or wakeboarding or skiing...
  Do you have a nickname and how did you get it?
Lets see, TJ is the common nickname, Paul MacDonald calls me Dr Jones, and I seem to get called MacGyver a lot.
  What other activities do you participate in?
I love downhill skiing, cycling, 3 event skiing, scuba diving, wakeboarding, fixing cars, electronic design... and computers!
  What is your motto?
just do it...
  List your key appointments at Major Tournaments
Scorer, Adna Worlds
Homologator Otaki Worlds, Mulwala Worlds
Homologator, Judge, Organizer, gopher Canadian National Barefoot Championships
Technical Controller Canadian National Waterski Championships
National Technical Official TO2015 Pan Am Games Waterskiing/Wakeboard

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