Ontario Athletes Compete at Junior & Senior Virtual Canadians Championships

Congratulations to all athletes who have trained hard to prepare and compete at the recent Junior and Senior Canadian Championships!


Juniors – Freya Cope (Kanata), Jenna Lalonde (Ottawa), Emma Trollip (Burlington)


Seniors – Wynne Allen (KW), Lillian Bate (Dynamo), Jessica Dowling (KW), O’keri Katjivari (Xperience), Cassie Lee (Independent), Brooklyn Moors (Dynamo),  Kiora Peart-Williams (Futures), Maya Peters (Independent), Charlise Radencich (Revolution), Clara Raposo (Independent), Jenna Sartoretto (Futures), Ava Sorrento (Independent), Emma Spence (Dynamo), Ava Stewart (Gemini), Leah Tindale (Dynamo), Kiera Wai (Independent), Maya Zonneveld (Revolution).


Coaches – Aaron Brokenshire (Revolution), Glen Cooper (Burlington), Lisa Cowan (Independent), Elena Davydova (Gemini), Lawson Hamer (Futures), Kathy Hubbard (Burlington), Susan Kenny (Dynamo), Dmitri Lely (Xperience), Melanie Major (Ottawa), Fiodor Martea (Kanata), Lauren Mooney (Kanata), Sarah Rainey (KW), Denis Vachon (Dynamo), Kimberly White (Futures), Valery Yahchybekov (Gemini).





HIGHLIGHT REEL – commentated by Brenda Irving (CBC Sports) and Ontario’s own Ana Padurariu (Gemini).


EVENT PAGE AND RESULTS – “This competition played a key role in the selection process for our Tokyo Olympic team. We will be announcing the four athletes named to that team, along with the rest of our Olympic team on June 17th.

This past year and a half had no shortage of challenges for everyone involved in gymnastics across Canada. From all of us at Gymnastics Canada, we’d like to congratulate all of the athletes and coaches who were able to submit videos for this competition, while also recognizing all of those athletes that may not have been able to due to COVID restrictions in your province or territory. You are all champions in our books, and we can’t wait to welcome you all back to in-person competitions when it is safe to do so once again. In the meantime, stay healthy, stay active, stay safe!”


Sherry Hawko Award recipient – Senior – Brooklyn Moors (Dynamo) 
The award is given in recognition of Sherry Hawco, a Cambridge Kip gymnast, who was a member of the National Team from 1977 to 1983. Sherry Hawco Delanty passed away in 1992 after a courageous battle with cancer and several weeks after the birth of her son. Sherry is remembered for her creative choreography on floor.

UP NEXT – Novice Canadian Championships are being virtually held on June 14-20, 2021. Good luck to all the athletes!

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