Rosie
Maclennan

Canadian Olympic Athlete for Trampoline

Posts Tagged ‘Olympic athlete’

  • 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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  • August
  • 2
  • 2012

Day 5: Day Off! We had no training so we were able to rest our bodies. I was able to go out of the village and meet my parents and my sister nearby which was the first time I had gotten to see them since getting here. After spending the morning with them (a little […]

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  • July
  • 11
  • 2012
King Weekly Sentinel

Most athletes will tell you they enjoy competing in their respective sport because of the love and enjoyment they get out of participating. Then again, most athletes do not always find a high degree of success, just because they enjoy the sport. Rosie MacLennan is not like most athletes. The King City native recently won […]

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  • June
  • 24
  • 2012
York Region

Two York Region trampolinists will be entering the 2012 Summer Olympics in London next month on a high. Rosie MacLennan of King City and Karen Cockburn of Stouffville finished first and second, respectively, in the final World Cup event prior to the 2012 Summer Olympics in Arosa, Switzerland yesterday. MacLennan and Cockburn qualified third and […]

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  • April
  • 18
  • 2012
NewsTalk 1010

For Canada’s athletes, “it’s pure excitement” with only 100 days to go before the London 2012 Olympic Games. Opening ceremonies will kick things off on Friday, July 27th. On Wednesday, the Canadian Olympic Committee celebrated the 100-day mark along with three trampoline gymnasts who are hoping to take home the gold. […] And as for […]

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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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