Rosie
Maclennan

Canadian Olympic Athlete for Trampoline

Posts Tagged ‘Canadian Olympic athlete’

  • August
  • 4
  • 2013

Today marks one year since I had the honour of representing Canada in the sport that I love at the London Olympic Games. It is hard to explain the pride that I felt wearing the maple leaf, standing next to my mentor, teammate and good friend Karen, as well as my coach Dave. I was […]

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  • March
  • 4
  • 2013

I have mentioned West Point in a number of my posts. West Point is the most challenged places in Liberia and is considered one of the most dangerous slums here in Monrovia. It has the worst living conditions I have ever witnessed and it’s impossible to fathom living here. There are over 75,000 people living […]

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  • February
  • 19
  • 2013

February 12 was the 3rd annual Bell Let’s Talk Day, a day with sites set on creating a conversation about Mental health and fighting to break down the stigma of mental illness. As an athlete, I have learned the importance of health and that it extends beyond the physical, achieving health in all realms is […]

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  • October
  • 16
  • 2012

After 18 hours of travel Glen, Jaime and I landed in Monrovia for a week long trip with Right To Play. Thank you to CIDA for providing the grant so we could go on this educational adventure. The trip has us doing a wide array of things so we get a true understanding of the […]

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  • September
  • 17
  • 2012

Once again, I have left it too long since writing a post, apologies! There have been so many times that I sit down to write but either run out of time  or don’t even know where to begin. The last few weeks have been amazing- hectic, but amazing. Here are a few of my favourite […]

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  • August
  • 1
  • 2012

The last few days we have gotten into a routine: sleep, eat, train, cold tub, therapy. In the spare time that we do get, we usually just hang out in the Village or in the Canadian athletes lounge watching other sports. Day  2: (Switching over to the actual days of the Olympics) Today was a […]

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