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Gymnastics Canada – OTTAWA, ON (August 14, 2018) – Gymnastics Canada is pleased to announce the names of the athletes, coaches, and judges nominated to attend and compete at the 2018 Senior Pan American Championships in Lima, PER during the month of September.
The Senior Pan American Championships are the qualifying event for all disciplines except trampoline-synchro and double mini-trampoline, for the 2019 Pan American Games set to take place in Lima, PER from July 26 to Aug 11, 2019.
Who: All disciplines (WAG, MAG, RG, TG)
What: 2019 Senior Pan American Gymnastics Championships
Where: CAR Videna de San Luis – Lima, PER
When: September 2018
Social: #SRPANAM2018
September 15: Team Qualification and All-Around/Apparatus Finals
September 16: Team Finals (top 8 teams qualify to team finals)
Jade Chrobok, Toronto, ON – Gemini Gymnastics
Laurie Denommée, Laval, QC – Viagym
Haley de Jong, Port Coquitlam, BC – Flicka Gymnastics
Sophie Marois, Île Bizard, QC – Viagym
Ana Padurariu, Whitby, ON – Gemini Gymnastics
Frank Kistler, Terrebonne, QC – Viagym
Dorina Stan, Vancouver, BC – Flicka Gymnastics
Valery Yahchybekov, Whitby, ON – Gemini Gymnastics
Gordon Bennett, Vancouver, BC
Natalie Turner, Pointe-Claire, QC

September 14: Team Qualification and All-Around/Apparatus Finals
September 16: Team Finals (top 8 teams qualify to team finals)

Rene Cournoyer, Gymnika – Repentigny, QC
Zachary Clay, Twisters Gymnastics – Chilliwack, BC
Cory Paterson, Centre Père Sablon – Montreal, QC
Darren Wong, Vancouver Phoenix/University of California – Berkeley – Vancouver, BC
Samuel Zakutney, Ottawa Gymnastics Centre/Penn State University – Ottawa, ON
Eddie van Hoof, National Team Head Coach – Toronto, ON
Patrick Beauchamp, Centre Père Sablon – Montreal, QC
Alexander Pozdniakov, Vancouver Phoenix – Vancouver, BC
Chris Grabowecky – Calgary, AB
David Williams – Regina, SK
September 28:  Qualification Competition
September 29:  Qualification Competition – Team & AA Award Ceremonies
September 30:  Apparatus Finals & Awards
Individual Athletes:
Alexandra Chtrevenskii, Montreal, QC – Club Questo
Carmen Whelan, Aurora, ON – Silhouettes of York
Katherine Uchida, Toronto, ON – Jusco RG
Sophie Crane, Toronto, ON – Jusco RG
Group Athletes:
Alexandra Udachina, Toronto, ON – Trillium RG
Alexandra Zilyuk, Toronto, ON – Salut RG
Anastasia Shanko, Toronto, ON – Trillium RG
Elizabet Belittchenko, Toronto, ON – Salut RG
Vanessa Panov, Toronto, ON – Finesse RG
Individual Coaches:
Stefka Moutafchieva, Toronto, ON
Iana Nadtotchii, Toronto, ON
Group Coach:
Mira Filipova, Toronto, ON
Daniela Arendasova, Montreal, QC
Svetlana Joukova, Toronto, ON
September 7 – 9
Trampoline Women:
Bronte Dundas, Richmond Hill, ON – Skyriders (Synchro w. Tam)
Rachel Tam, Toronto, ON – Skyriders
Sophiane Méthot, La Prairie, QC – Virtuose Centre Acrobatique (Synchro w. Milette)
Sarah Milette, Longueuil, QC – Virtuose Centre Acrobatique
Trampoline Men:
Jason Burnett, Toronto, ON – Skyriders (Synchro w. Cranham)
Jacob Cranham, Whitby, ON – Skyriders
Keegan Soehn, Red Deer, AB – Thunder Country (Synchro w. Stirling)
Trevor Stirling, Kelowna, BC – Skyriders
DMT Women:
Danielle Grieve, Regina, SK – Gymnastics Adventure
Haley Nakonechni, Emerald Park, SK – Gymnastics Adventure
Laurence Roux, Laval, QC – Acrosport Barani
DMT Men:
Mark Armstrong, Red Deer, AB – Airdrie Edge
Connar Tomalty, Langley, BC – Flip City Gymnastics
Callum Sundquist, Sherwood Park, AB – Ortona
Ryan Sheehan, Grande Prairie, AB – Phoenix Gymnastics Club
Karina Kosko, St-Bruno, QC – Virtuose Centre Acrobatique (TG)
Trish Quinney, Edmonton, AB – Phoenix Gymnastics Club (DMT)
Danielle Roy, Regina, SK – Gymnastics Adventure (DMT)
Dave Ross, Toronto, ON – Skyriders (TG)
Teresa Mikola, Burlington, ON
Adriana Pope, Pitt Meadows, BC
David Parke, Pickering, ON
Cassandra Siwek, Wexford, ON
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