Next up are Trampoline Nationals in Oshawa, ON from July 24-28 at Durham College.
SENIOR ATHLETE & COACH OF THE YEAR:
Rosie MacLennan (King City, ON). COACH: Dave Ross
JUNIOR ATHLETE & COACH OF THE YEAR:
Jérémy Chartier (Montreal, QC). COACH: Karina Kosko
Rosie did not compete having injured her ankle at the World Cup in Belarus.
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“When you choose to live your life in the arena, you are going to get your ass kicked. You will fall and you will know failure.” (🙌🏻 @brenebrown ) Two weeks ago I got my ass kicked. I crashed at the World Cup in Belarus and broke my ankle. I had all these plans for how I would use this time between World Cups but have been pushed to rethink it, come up with new plans, and get creative. I’m fortunate to be surrounded by incredible support that help me focus on what I can do each day to make progress, keeping me moving forward. I choose sport because I love it. I love sport because sometimes you get this incredible momentum and sometimes you are confronted with a situation that forces you to dig deep, adapt, and create new strategies. These challenges and obstacles are when you learn the most. My goals have not changed, but the path I will take has. There are 18 weeks until we head back to the World Cup circuit that qualifies for #Tokyo2020. Through the process, I’m sure I will experience doubt, frustration and set backs but my goal is to come out stronger and better for it. Bring it on. 💪🏻❤️ @cbcolympics @cbc.sports @teamcanada @tsnolympics