Canadian team announced for 2019 Rhythmic Gymnastics Junior World Championships & Jr Pan Am Championships

OTTAWA, ON (June 6, 2019) – Gymnastics Canada is pleased to announce the list of athletes and coaches who will represent Canada at the 2019 Junior Pan American Championships in Monterrey, Mexico taking place from June 10th to 16th, and at the 1st 2019 FIG Rhythmic Gymnastics Junior World Championships in Moscow, Russia from July 19th to 21st.

Canadian team announced for 2019 Rhythmic Gymnastics Junior World Championships & Jr Pan Am Championships

“Canada has a strong team heading into the Jr. Pan American Championships next week with both the individual and group members having competed in international competitions this spring with promising results. The plan is to perform clean and consistent routines in order to achieve our goal of a top three finish in both individual and group. Our athletes are eager to use this event as their final preparation for the upcoming Junior World Championships in July,” said Teresa Orr, National Team Director for rhythmic gymnastics at Gymnastics Canada.

“The team is then very excited that they will kick off the first Junior World Championships as well as being the first international competitors ever to perform in Moscow’s brand new state of the art RG arena. The team competition will combine the scores from the four individual routines and the two group events. This will be a great experience for our team and a real eye opener, with tough competition from some of the top countries like Russia, Ukraine, and Bulgaria.”

Fans will be able to watch coverage of the Junior World Championships through FloGymnastics.

Junior Pan American Championships Team


Group (from Glimmer Athletics Group)

Junior World Championships Team


Group (from Glimmer Athletics Group)


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