Rosie
Maclennan

Canadian Olympic Athlete for Trampoline

Posts Tagged ‘London Summer Games’

  • August
  • 5
  • 2012

Words cannot describe what I am feeling – I barely slept all night! It seems so surreal and like I am going to wake up and have to actually compete! I wrote in my last post about my trainer asking me, “Why not?”. What I did not say was the questions that preceded that were “Do […]

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  • August
  • 4
  • 2012
The National Post

The number, the instant it flashed up on the North Greenwich Arena scoreboard, ignited audible gasps, then a deafening wall of sound. “My score?” repeated Rosie MacLennan a half-hour later, an Olympic gold medal draped around her neck and a 57.3 personal best on the books. “I was shocked. It’s the biggest score I’ve ever […]

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  • July
  • 30
  • 2012
National Post

Karen Cockburn vividly recalls catching a glimpse of an eight-year-old Rosie MacLennan hanging around the Skyriders Trampoline Club in Toronto. “She was just, like, this little cute girl at my club that I thought was really good,’’ the three-time Olympic medallist was reminiscing Monday. “She got better and better. Then she made the junior team, […]

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  • July
  • 24
  • 2012

There’s only one more day until we leave, 3 days until Opening Ceremonies and 11 days until I compete. With growing anticipation and increasing media attention surrounding the Games, you can really feel the momentum building. I can see the excitement in others. For example at the Toronto Athletic Club, the gym I work out […]

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  • April
  • 24
  • 2012

With less than 100 days until the opening ceremonies for the London 2012 Games, Karen, Jason and I have gotten into a serious groove with training and I am loving it!  My excitement is building but it is in everyone around me also. As with most sports, trampoline has its ups and downs (hahaha) but […]

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  • March
  • 14
  • 2012

People are influenced by many individuals throughout their lives. Whether these individuals influence your thoughts, actions or behaviour, you take what you learn and apply these lessons where they fit.  As an athlete, one of the most common questions I am asked is, “Who has been your biggest role model?”  While numerous individuals have had […]

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