Rosie
Maclennan

Canadian Olympic Athlete for Trampoline

Posts Tagged ‘olympic trampoline’

  • August
  • 8
  • 2013

A few months ago, I had a conversation with some people at Dove. They wanted to chat with me about what the key things were that helped me push through all the times I wanted to quit, what kept me in sport growing up and what was it that made me, in their words, “unstoppable.” […]

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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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  • August
  • 6
  • 2012
Yahoo! Sports

At the last Olympics, Rosie MacLennan was a volunteer. She used frequent flier miles to travel from Toronto. She slept on an air mattress in the living room of her brother Matt’s Vancouver home. She spent the 2010 Winter Games working at Canada House, the home away from home for Canadian athletes and their families, […]

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  • 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
  • 5
  • 2012
The Globe and Mail

When Rosie MacLennan was a child, her grandmother had an activity chart at the family cottage and insisted just like at a summer camp that they try a new skill every day. MacLennan and her older brothers Matt and Michael, and older sister Kate, had to prove they could do an activity three times before […]

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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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