Gymnastics Canada Announces 2018-2019 Women’s Artistic Gymnastics National Team Members


OTTAWA, ON (July 25, 2018) – Gymnastics Canada is pleased to announce the athletes who have been named to the 2018-2019 women’s artistic gymnastics national team following a selection process that included results from the 2018 Elite Canada competition and the 2018 Canadian Championships.


Highlights on the competition calendar for women’s artistic gymnastics this year include the 2018 FIG Artistic Gymnastics World Championships in Doha, QAT from October 25 – November 5, the 2018 SR Pan Championships in Lima, PER from September 11-16 and other the World Challenge Cups in the fall.



  • Ellie Black, Halifax, NS – Halifax Alta
  • Jade Chrobok, Oshawa, ON – Gemini Gymnastics
  • Haley de Jong, North Vancouver, BC – Flicka Gymnastics
  • Laurie Denommée, Terrebonne, QC – Viagym
  • Sophie Marois, Terrebonne, QC – Viagym
  • Brooklyn Moors, Cambridge, ON – Dynamo Gymnastics
  • Shallon Olsen, Coquitlam, BC – Omega Gymnastics
  • Isabela Onyshko, Brandon, MB – Brandon Eagles Gymnastics
  • Ana Padurariu, Oshawa, ON – Gemini Gymnastics
  • Brittany Rogers, Calgary, AB – Calgary Gymnastics Centre
  • Rose Kaying Woo, St-Hubert, QC – Gym-Richelieu
  • Victoria Kayen Woo, St-Hubert, QC – Gym-Richelieu


  • Zoé Allaire-Bourgie, Montreal, QC – Gymnix
  • Kyra Cato, Calgary, AB – Calgary Gymnastics Centre
  • Lucia Jakab, Kelowna, BC – Okanagan Gymnastics Centre
  • Imogen Paterson, Vancouver, BC – Flicka Gymnastics Centre
  • Rachael Riley, Sarnia, ON – Bluewater Gymnastics Club
  • Quinn Skrupa, Brandon, MB – Brandon Eagles Gymnastics
  • Emma Spence, Cambridge, ON – Dynamo Gymnastics
  • Mia St-Pierre, Ch?teauguay, QC – Gym-Fly


  • Jenna Sartoretto, Mississauga, ON – Futures Gymnastics Club
  • Maya Zonneveld, Waterloo, ON – Revolution Gymnastics
  • Rébéka Groulx, St. Hubert, QC – Gym-Richelieu

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