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OTTAWA, ON (November 16, 2021) – Gymnastics Canada is pleased to announce the list of athletes, coaches, judges, and support staff who will represent Canada at the 2021 FIG World Age Group Trampoline Gymnastics Championships in Baku, AZE from November 25-28, 2021.

Qualification for these championships was a two-part qualification process, where the ranking was based on results from two domestic events: Elite Canada, and Canadian Championships. Athletes who are over the age of 18 were selected to be named to the team to compete in the 18-21 age category.  The decision was made to send team members in this category only for this year due to the ongoing challenges with the world pandemic.

“We are very excited that our World Age Group Athletes will have the opportunity to compete on the world stage after the challenges faced with Covid and its restrictions,” said Karen Cockburn, Head of Delegation, “This event marks an important part in our athletes’ development to continue on their path of High Performance.”

Canada will be participating in the World Age Group Competitions in individual trampoline, synchronized trampoline, double-mini trampoline, and tumbling. The event will take place at the MGA – Milli Gimnastika Arenasi (National Gymnastics Arena) in Baku, Azerbaijan.

The delegation consists of the following members:

Declan McLean (BC, Shasta)

Maja Bonham (BC, Shasta)
Julie Anderson (BC, Shasta)
Ashley Anaka (SK, Can AM)
Hannah Metheral (SK, T&T Adventure)

Michael Mancini (ON, Grand River)
Alexander Neumann (AB, Phoenix)

Hannah Metheral (SK, T&T Adventure)
Ashley Anaka (SK, Can AM)
Mckayla Dalgetty (AB, Calgary Gymnastics)

Philo Malek (ON, Rideau)

Mckayla Dalgetty (AB, Calgary Gymnastics)
Sara Moore (AB, Phoenix)

Head of Delegation: Karen Cockburn
Head Coach and Manager: Trish Quinney
IST: Kristen Boyle
Coaches: Travis Johnson, Danni Roy, Michael Chaves, Colton Kent, and Dan Wardley
Judges TRA: Sébastien Rajotte
Judge TUM: Janey Parks

Tuesday, Nov 23            Training Day
Wednesday, Nov 24       Training Day
Thursday, Nov 25           Opening Ceremony; Qualifications & Finals (DMT)
Friday, Nov 26                Qualifications and Finals (TUM)
Saturday, Nov 27            Qualifications and Finals (TRI)
Sunday, Nov 28              Qualifications and Finals (SYN); Closing Ceremony

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For more information, contact:
Ian Moss
Gymnastics Canada