Canada’s PanAm teams

Lima, Peru

Artistic July 27 – 31. Rhythmic August 2 – 5. Trampoline August 4 – 5.

Men’s Artistic

1.     Zach Clay (Chilliwack, B.C.)
2.     René Cournoyer (Repentigny, Que.)
3.     Justin Karstadt (Etobicoke, Ont.)
4.     Cory Paterson (Oakville, Ont.)
5.     Sam Zakutney (Ottawa, Ont.)
6.     Ed Van Hoof (Luton, Great Britain) – Head Coach
7.     Jean-Sebastien Tougas (Montreal, Que.) – Team Coach

Women’s Artistic

1.   Ellie Black (Halifax, N.S.)
2.   Shallon Olsen (Surrey, B.C.)
3.   Brooklyn Moors (Cambridge, Ont.)
4.   Ana Padurariu (Whitby, Ont.)
5.   Victoria Woo (Brossard, Que.)
6.   David Kikuchi (Truro, N.S.) – Team Coach
7.   Lorie Henderson (Winnipeg, Man.) – Team Coach
8.   Elvira Saadi (Cambridge, Ont.) – Personal Coach

Ellie:

“I had the most amazing experience at TORONTO 2015, so I cannot wait to make Canada proud with this team. It will be a great stepping stone …

Dave and Lorie are already named Olympic coaches regardless of who qualifies for Canada’s team to Tokyo 2020.

Rhythmic

1.   Natalie Garcia (Mississauga, Ont.) – Individual
2.   Katherine Uchida (Toronto, Ont.) – Individual
3.   Carmel Kallemaa (Toronto, Ont.) – Group
4.   Diana Noskova (Concord, Ont.) – Group
5.   Vanessa Panov (Toronto, Ont.) – Group
6.   Carmen Whelan (Aurora, Ont.) – Group
7.   Alexandra Zilyuk (Richmond Hill, Ont.) – Group
8.   Stefka Moutafchieva (Woodbridge, Ont.) – Individual Coach
9.   Mira Filipova (Toronto, Ont.) – Group Coach

Trampoline

1.   Sarah Milette (Longueuil, Que.)
2.   Sophiane Méthot (La Prairie, Que.)
3.   Jason Burnett (Nobleton, Ont.)
4.   Jérémy Chartier (Montreal, Que.)
5.   Karina Kosko (Deux-Montagnes, Que.) – Coach
6.   Martin Myers (Toronto, Ont.) – Coach

Jason Burnett is coming back from an ankle sprain.

Canada’s FISU teams (officially) announced

Jessica Dowling

Men’s Artistic – COACH: Tony Smith – Calgary, AB
Jeremy Bartholomeusz; Jake Bonnay; Damien Cachia

Women’s Artistic – COACH: Chris Licameli – Southeast Missouri State
Jessica Dowling; Alana Fischer; Denelle Pedrick

Rhythmic – Alexandra Chtrevenskii – Montreal, QC (Concordia)
Alexandra Chtrevenskii

2023 Worlds to Antwerp

Belgium does a terrific job hosting major meets.

Rhythmic Worlds will go in Valencia from 4-10 September 2023.

Trampoline Worlds to Birmingham 9-12 November 2023 followed by World Age Group Competitions from 16-19 November.

most common injury for Olympic gymnasts?

Ankle.

The National Olympic Committee’s head physicians and the medical teams of the Local Organising Committee of the Olympic Games reported daily the occurrence (or non-occurrence) of newly sustained injuries in artistic, rhythmic and trampoline gymnastics on a standardised report form during the 2008, 2012 and 2016 Summer Olympic Games.

RESULTS

During the three Olympic Games, 81 injuries were reported in a total of 963 registered gymnasts …

Thirty-eight per cent of injuries led to time-loss from sport. The most frequent injury location and injury type were the ankle (22%) and sprain (35%), respectively. …

Gymnastics injury incidence during the 2008, 2012 and 2016 Olympic Games: Analysis of prospectively collected surveillance data from 963 registered gymnasts during Olympic Games

Cost of the full article is $37.

Gymnastics Canada rebrands

From here, we soar.

… pleased to unveil a new brand for the organization as we embark on our 50th Anniversary year …

… new logo, tagline, and social media handles …

Our social media channels have also taken on the new brand and bilingual identity @gymcan1:

FACEBOOK INSTAGRAM YOUTUBE TWITTER

Clothing featuring the new Gymnastics Canada logo is now available at our online store: http://shop.gymcan.og.

Gymnastics Canada 

Click PLAY or watch it on YouTube. Easily the best edit they’ve ever produced.

Canada has never had a top notch website nor social media. This looks to me like a big improvement.

FIG Executive Committee decisions

30 November – 1 December 2018 in Baku (AZE)

  • unanimously adopted an “Athletes’ Rights and Responsibilities Declaration”
  • 39th Rhythmic Gymnastics Worlds to Sofia (BUL), 12 – 18 September 2022
  • 1st FIG Artistic Gymnastics Junior World Championships in Györ (HUN), 27 – 30 June 2019
  • 1st FIG Rhythmic Gymnastics Junior World Championships in Moscow (RUS), 19 – 21 July 2019
  • Dr. Michel Léglise (FRA), President of the FIG Anti-Doping, Medical and Scientific Commission replaced with Dr. Yasunobu Iwasaki (JPN)

Approved the following changes of nationality:

Petrix BARBOSA MAG Gymnast BRA tp POR
Vitalii ARSENIEV MAG Gymnast UKR to GEO
Janna MOUFFOK WAG Gymnast FRA to ALG
Carmel KALLEMAA RG Gymnast EST to CAN
Emiliya Javorova RADICHEVA RG Gymnast BUL to TUR
Aleksandra Radoye MITROVICH RG Gymnast BUL to TUR

Olivia CIMPIAN WAG Gymnast HUN to ROU

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