In the meantime, take a look back at how some locals have fared on the show:
• March 2018: Lane Flynn, chairman of the DeKalb County GOP, won more than $19,000 over two episodes for a total of $38,399. The two-day 'Jeopardy!' champion returned to finish in second place.
Lane Flynn becomes a two-day champion:
• January 2018: Lindsay Resnick, a 26-year-old Atlanta archivist, won $10,001. The one-day champion, who grew up in Long Island and moved to Roswell at age 14, returned to finish in third place.
Lindsay Resnick on “The Jeopardy! Fan” recap:
• April 2017: Kimberley Bond, a writer and stay-at-home mom from Cumming, competed on the quiz competition. Bond, who has a degree in molecular biology and practiced patent law for several years, finished in second place.
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• February 2017: Lilly Chin, a Westminster grad from Decatur, won $100,000 in the 2017 Jeopardy College Tournament of Champions. Later that year she competed on the Tournament of Champions, finishing in third place during a semifinal.
2017 College Championship: Road to the finals and Lilly's winning moment:
• April 2016: Ken Sugiura, a reporter who covers Georgia Tech sports for The Atlanta Journal-Constitution, competed on "Sports Jeopardy!" He finished in second place.
Watch Ken’s episode here.
• February 2016: David Bradley, an Atlanta carpenter and writer, and also a high school dropout, won $55,000 as a two-day champion. He returned to finish in third place.
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