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Julia Collins

• 20-game champion
• 2nd longest winning streak

The official Jeopardy! website listed Julia as from Kenilworth, Illinois, but she was announced on the show as being from Wilmette, Illinois.

2019 All-Star Games captain of Team Julia (first-eliminated team): $50,000 (split three ways with Ben Ingram and Seth Wilson).
2014 Tournament of Champions 2nd runner-up (semifinalist by wildcard): $50,000.
Season 30 20-time champion: $428,100 + $1,000.

Julia appeared in the following 3 archived games:
#7938, aired 2019-02-27 Team Ken vs. Team Austin vs. Team Julia 2019 All-Star Games match 2, game 2.
#7937, aired 2019-02-26 Team Ken vs. Team Austin vs. Team Julia 2019 All-Star Games match 2, continuation of game 1.
#7936, aired 2019-02-25 Team Ken vs. Team Austin vs. Team Julia 2019 All-Star Games match 2, game 1, Jeopardy! Round only.
Julia previously appeared on Jeopardy! as Julia Collins in the following 4 archived games:
#6945, aired 2014-11-21 Ben Ingram vs. Arthur Chu vs. Julia Collins 2014 Tournament of Champions final game 2.
#6944, aired 2014-11-20 Ben Ingram vs. Arthur Chu vs. Julia Collins 2014 Tournament of Champions final game 1.
#6941, aired 2014-11-17 Terry O'Shea vs. Jared Hall vs. Julia Collins 2014 Tournament of Champions semifinal game 1.
#6938, aired 2014-11-12 Julia Collins vs. Joshua Brakhage vs. Jim Coury 2014 Tournament of Champions quarterfinal game 3.

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