In the year 2011, Jillian featured the Calgary Home Design Show, as part of the HGTV stand.She currently credits at running her own brand of interior decor goods.Jillian Harris was born on December 30, 1979, in Peace River, Alberta, Canada. She spent most of her childhood days with her siblings.
@nachocilantro on the other hand, isn’t quite sure what that means for him but he’s excited too. I keep looking down there and saying “hello bud, are you still in there??I can’t remember a time where my heart has been SO full. We are over the moon, stoked, blessed, exstatic!!!!! @slipperygoose @nachocilantro #16weeks (ps details on the blog if you haven’t heard the news yet… ) We have put off this post for a while, mostly because … ” But, with my little belly growing and friends and family starting to really buzz about our New Family Unit coming (Justin calls the baby NFU), we figured we better share the news with you before my grandma got on Facebook and did it for us LOL …She is known to the public through her constant appearance on reality TV.She first appeared as a contestant on the 13th season of ABC’s reality show The Bachelor and finished third.While there, she met and began dating one of the track coaches, shot putter C. Jones and Hunter were married October 3, 1998, and trained for the Sydney 2000 Summer Olympics. Hunter, had withdrawn from the shot-put competition for a knee injury, though he was allowed to keep his coaching credentials and attend the games to support his wife.
In the run-up to the 2000 Olympics, Jones declared that she intended to win gold medals in all five of her competition events at Sydney. However, just hours after Marion Jones won her first of the planned five golds, the International Olympic Committee (IOC) announced that Hunter had failed four pre-Olympic drug tests, testing positive each time for the banned anabolic steroid nandrolone.
Her parents also supported her through her decision of becoming an interior designer.
Harris was not only fascinated by designs, she was also spell-bound by the glitz and glamour of Hollywood.
The USADA sought a four-year suspension for Montgomery.
Montgomery fought the ban but lost the appeal on December 13, 2005, receiving a two-year ban from track and field competition; the Court for Arbitration of Sport (CAS) also stripped Montgomery of all race results, records and medals, from March 31, 2001 onward. The investigation into Montgomery's illegal substance use once more called into question Jones' own protests about not using steroids and never having been tested positive for steroids, especially in light of former trainer Trevor Graham's increasingly visible role in the BALCO case.
Because of her pregnancy, Jones missed the 2003 World Championships but spent a year preparing for the 2004 Olympics.