Posts Tagged ‘Rosie MacLennan’

The Globe and Mail
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Canada’s Karen Cockburn and Rosie MacLennan were the last two to leave the floor of the Olympic trampoline venue on Thursday, taking a moment alone there before they contend for the podium in two days time. All of the trampolinists in the men’s and women’s competitions had their one day in the actual Olympic venue […]

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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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As we prepare to leave for London tomorrow evening, this is one of the last opportunities that I will have to work out in the comforts of home, Skyriders Trampoline Place. Skyriders is my home away from home. It’s the place where I met my husband, where I’ve built life long friendships and where I’ve […]

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The Globe and Mail

Canada’s Rosie MacLennan and Karen Cockburn upset Chinese favourites Shanshan Huang and Li Dan to win gold and silver at the trampoline World Cup on Saturday. MacLennan and Cockburn qualified third and fourth in the prelims but stepped up their performance in the final to share a World Cup podium for the first time. MacLennan […]

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The Globe and Mail

Propelling oneself to such extreme heights and breathtaking acrobatics requires a trampolinist to be conditioned precisely and to be acutely aware of what each body part is doing at every instant. Feet hitting the trampoline bed at the wrong time, the wrong angle or with insufficient power won’t give the athlete enough air or velocity […]

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CBC

Rick trains with London 2012 athletes Jason Burnett, Karen Cockburn, and Rosie MacLennan in Richmond Hill, ON.

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