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Olympic Champion Rosie MacLennan and World Games Silver Medallist Tamara 0’Brien Highlight 2017 World Championships team

OTTAWA, ON (Sept. 12, 2017) – Gymnastics Canada is pleased to announce the athletes, coaches, judges and staff who will represent Canada at the FIG World Championships in Trampoline Gymnastics in Sofia, Bulgaria from November 9th to 12th.


Olympic Champion Rosie MacLennan and World Games Silver Medallist Tamara 0’Brien Highlight 2017 World Championships team

“We are happy and proud to name our team for the upcoming World Championships in Sofia,” said Stéphan Duchesne, High Performance Director for Trampoline Gymnastics at Gymnastics Canada. “Coming off of our recent successes at the World Games in tumbling and double mini-trampoline, and at the Olympic Games in trampoline, our athletes are excited to compete to the best of their potential in Bulgaria.”

The team is highlighted by the current Olympic champion in individual trampoline, Rosie MacLennan from King City, ON who became the first trampolinist in history to repeat as Olympic champion when she won gold medal at 2016 Olympic Games. The team also includes Tamara O'Brien from Coquitlam, BC who recently won a silver medal in double mini-trampoline at the 2017 World Games in Poland and is a returning member of the team who won Gold in the double mini-trampoline team competition at the 2015 World Championships. On the men’s side, Jon Schwaiger from Ancaster, ON who recently competed in both tumbling and double mini-trampoline at the 2017 World Games will be looking to add to his list of personal best performances in both events at these championships.

INDIVIDUAL TRAMPOLINE – WOMEN

INDIVIDUAL TRAMPOLINE – MEN

SYNCHRONIZED TRAMPOLINE – WOMEN

TUMBLING – WOMEN

TUMBLING – MEN

DOUBLE MINI-TRAMPOLINE – WOMEN

DOUBLE MINI-TRAMPOLINE – MEN

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