National Teams

Scott Morgan

Scott Morgan

  • Residence

    Vancouver, BC

  • Coach(es)

    Vali Stan

Scott Morgan

Birthplace: North Vancouver, BC
Year of Birth: 1989
Club: Flicka Gymnastics Club
Favourite Event: Floor
Follow me on Twitter: @scottmorgan_
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Scott Morgan was Canada’s second-most decorated athlete at the 2014 Commonwealth Games where he captured four medals, including a pair of golds. That success came nearly a year after a career breakthrough at the 2013 World Championships, where he was one of the eight men who qualified for the floor exercise final, his proudest result to date. It was the first time a Canadian man had qualified for an apparatus final since Kyle Shewfelt in 2006. Morgan’s rise came after he had quit the sport for four years while in high school because he wasn’t ready to commit to fulltime training. But in 2007, he was enticed by a friend to return and within two years he was competing nationally, now specializing in the rings, vault and floor exercise events. Just two years later he made his international debut and was a member of the Canadian team at the 2011 Pan American Games. He competed at his second Pan Am Games at Toronto 2015, qualifying for the vault final while Canada just missed the podium in the team event. Morgan also had a near-podium finish at the Rio 2016 test event, finishing fourth in the vault.

Family: Parents James and Carol Morgan…  Brother Robbie… Sister Holly…

Getting into the Sport: Started gymnastics at age 4 because his parents wanted a way to channel his energy… 

Outside Interests: Enjoys auto mechanics and mountain biking… Works as a sales associate at a mountain bike retailer… 

Odds and Ends: Had his Olympic dreams sparked by seeing all of the international athletes walking around Vancouver during the 2010 Winter Games… At age 6 was a mini-mascot for the NBA’s Vancouver Grizzlies…


  • Year
  • Event Name
  • Achievement
  • 2016
  • Olympic Games (Rio de Janeiro, BRA)
  • 18th Floor, 27th Rings, 14th Vault 
  • 2016
  • Canadian Championships (Edmonton, AB)
  • 1st Floor, 1st Rings, 5th Vault
  • 2016
  • Olympic Qualification Test Event (Rio De Janeiro, BRA)
  • 8th Team, 4th Vault 
  • 2016
  • Challenge Cup Baku (Baku, AZE)
  • 4th Rings, 6th Vault 
  • 2015
  • World Championships (Glasgow, SCO)
  • 15th Team, 13th Floor, 17th Vault
  • 2015
  • Pan American Games (Toronto, ON)
  • 4th Team, 6th Vault
  • 2015
  • Canadian Championships (Gatineau, QC)
  • 1st Floor
  • 2015
  • Elite Canada (Trois-Riviéres, QC)
  • 2nd Floor, 1st Rings, 6th Vault
  • 2014
  • World Championships (Nanning, CHN)
  • 14th Team, 19th Floor, 20th Rings, 17th Vault
  • 2014
  • Commonwealth Games (Glasgow, SCO)
  • 3rd Team, 2nd Floor, 1st Rings, 1st Vault
  • 2014
  • Canadian Championships (Ottawa, ON)
  • 1st Floor, 2nd Rings, 1st Vault
  • 2014
  • Pacific Rim Championships (Richmond, BC)
  • 3rd Team, 1st Floor, 3rd Rings, 7th Vault
  • 2014
  • Elite Canada (Gatineau, QC)
  • 23rd A-Around, 1st Floor, 3rd Rings, 1st Vault
  • 2013
  • World Championships Antwerp (Antwerp, BEL)
  • 8th Floor, 50th Rings, 19th Vault
  • 2013
  • Challenge Cup Portugal (Anadia, POR)
  • 10th Floor, 4th Vault, 16th Rings, 7th Vault
  • 2013
  • Canadian Championships (Ottawa, ON)
  • 25th A-Around, 2nd Floor, 1st Rings, 2nd Vault
  • 2013
  • Challenge Cup Ljubljana (Ljubljana, SLO)
  • 3rd Floor, 5th Rings, 13th Vault
  • 2013
  • Elite Canada (Sherwood Park, AB)
  • 20th A-Around, 12th Floor, 1st Rings, 1st Vault
  • 2011
  • Pan Am Championships (Guadalajara, MEX)
  • 4th Floor, 5th Vault