Rosie
Maclennan

Canadian Olympic Athlete for Trampoline

Posts Tagged ‘Olympian’

  • March
  • 1
  • 2013

I spoke in a recent blog about the power of talk, getting the conversation going and sharing your experiences with others. When you share your story wholeheartedly,  it truly touches people in a profound way. I witnessed the power of conversation and connection today and each time I am reminded of its value. Once again, […]

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  • July
  • 24
  • 2012
The Globe and Mail

Rosannagh MacLennan’s mom urged her to talk to the Olympic trampolinist training at her gym and get some tips from the young woman about how she became so good. MacLennan was an 11-year-old with real potential at Skyriders Trampoline Place in Richmond Hill, Ont. While kids at school talked about becoming astronauts, she chattered about […]

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  • June
  • 21
  • 2012
Toronto Star

Like the youngest in many families, Rosie MacLennan often tagged along for the ride. With an older sister and two big brothers who were enrolled in a lot of activities, the King City native regularly found herself in gymnasiums, at swimming pools, and in other locations not of her own choosing. And, like many babies […]

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  • March
  • 23
  • 2012

We are 125 days out from the London 2012 Olympic Games. Athletes are pushing themselves to new limits to either qualify their spots or, if they have already, to put themselves in the best possible position for success. Training upwards of 25 hours per week and allocating 100% of your focus to facilitating the best […]

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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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  • February
  • 24
  • 2012

February 8th was Bell Let’s Talk Day. Although I am sure most of you have seen the advertisements with Clara Hughes, Bell Let’s Talk Day is a part of a $50 million, five year initiative by Bell that aims to facilitate access to resources, support andresearch in the field of mental health.Even though Bell Let’s […]

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