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Elite Canada Update!

One + done!   My first meet of the year is now over! Elite Canada happened this weekend in Calgary. Honestly, it wasn't great. My prelims were ok... definitely not where I want them to be or where I was training them, but that happens. Finals were also ok... First Finals pass was fine -...

RELAY FOR LIFE | My Friend Tamara!

I really don't know where to start with this one! Some of you may know, some may not, but my friend Tamara has been diagnosed with Stage 4 Metastatic Melanoma. Now, it's been a long road to this point, and I will share some of it briefly from my perspective, but I urge you to...

2019 Season!

2019 is upon us, even though I lost most of January!   Last year I posted a little breakdown of how the year was going to go down - how competitions work, what was on the horizon, etc. and people seemed to like it, so I figured I could do a lil’ update! Provincial Cups...

My Favorite Athletes!

Start 2019 with some inspo! Many athletes have come on and off my favorites list, but here are some of my favorite legends and some newbies. I mean, we all love Serena Williams, shes the GOAT, we all love Simone Biles, also the GOAT, so I didn’t include them. I tried to pick people that...

2018 Recap | My Christmas Card?

This is basically my Christmas Card, but don't expect a poem and don't check the mail. Last year started in the same place I am writing this bad boy from - the Grandest of Prairies. This month (December) has been a little nuts. I travelled a lot this Fall and December seemed busy, although I...

Salute to Excellence

Last week, myself and some other Phoenix athletes, attended the Salute to Excellence Awards at City Hall. I've been a few times, but this year was extra special! I received two awards - one for Pan Ams this year in Peru (Team Silver), as well as Nationals (Team Gold). Trish also received the Citation Award...

World Championships 2018 | St. Petersburg, Russia | +VLOG!

Update: Russia is still cold. The trip there was really smooth; no issues. It seemed like it took a long time, but it was actually only about 21-22 hours from the time we left to the time we landed. Not bad. We landed and had to go through customs - an intimating process. We waited...

Day in the life of a Gymnast | Pre-World Championships!

Hey friends! Here is my first *real* video. It's a Day in the Life of moi! I leave for World Championships (Worlds) the following day in St. Petersburg, Russia, so it basically just follows what I do in a typical of day before I leave on a trip or a competition. So follow my day...

Pan American Championships | PERU

Ok, tbh, I didn’t like Peru at all so I will try to write this from a semi-non-biased perspective of the trip, but lord knows I will be giving you the reasons I disliked it - it’s what I was put on this earth to do - complain. As previously mentioned, I had only been...

3rd Trials Recap!

Last Trial of the Year in the books! Well, I've been meaning to update the world (and by world, I mean the 4-6 people that read these bad boys) BUT 3rd National Team Trial was last weekend in Edmonton and I survived. We hosted it at Phoenix, so it turned out to be a lot...
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