Synchronized Swimmer 8888Quebec, Canada
Year of birth - 1991
Height - 5'7"
Weight - 117 pounds
September 2012 | Private event performer - Professional synchronized swimmer
May to August 2011 - May to September 2012 | Performer - Professional synchronized swimmer
Entertainment Production Company, SeaWorld San Antonio AZUL show, San Antonio, Texas, USA
September 2011 to May 2012 - September 2012 till now | Synchronized swimming technical coach Gatineau Synchro, Gatineau, Quebec, Canada.
2009 - 2010 | Member of the Synchronized swimming Junior National Team Synchro Canada
2008 - 2009 | Member of the Synchronized swimming Senior Quebec Team Synchro Quebec
2008 | Lifeguard Services récréatifs Demsis Inc. for the National Capital Commission (NCC), Gatineau Park, Quebec, Canada
HONORS SINCE 2006
Winner, Best Athlete of hope in team sports, Hull Méritas, 2006
Winner, Synchro Canada Taylor Trophy - National champion, 2006
Finalist, Provincial Athlete of the year in team sports, Gala Regional Recreation Sports Unit of Ottawa Recreations and Sports (URSLO), 2006 and 2007
Fellow Synchro Quebec (since 2006), the National Palestra (2007), the Caisse Desjardins St-Raymond de Hull (2006, 2007 and 2008) and URSLO (since 2007)
Finalist, Outstanding athlete in team sports, Hull Méritas, 2007
Finalist, Outstanding Partner, Montreal-Concordia Sports Commission (Lauréat Montréalais), 2007
Winner, Provincial Athlete in team sports, Gala Regional Recreation Sports Unit of Ottawa Recreations and Sports (URSLO), 2008
Finalist, Youth Olympic Quebec Beijing Camp, 2008
Member of Team Quebec Senior 2008
Winner, U.S. Open champion in free and technical Senior teams, 2008
Captain of Montreal Synchro Junior team 2009
Winner, Synchro Canada Muir Trophy - Junior National champion 2007, 2008 and 2009
Finalist, Sport team of the Year, Gala Sports-Quebec, 2009
Member of the Junior National Team 2009
Winner, Pan-American champion in team and combo, 2009
Winner, Senior National champion in solo, duet and combo, 2010
Member of Team Quebec 2010
2009 - 2010 | Synchronized swimming (international level) Canadian National Team, Calgary, Alberta, Canada
2005 - 2010 | Synchronized swimming (national level) Montreal Synchro, Montreal, Quebec, Canada
1997 - 2005 | Synchronized swimming (regional and provincial level) Gatineau Synchro, Gatineau, Quebec, Canada
Sociable, good team worker, courteous, good natured, determined, dynamic, athletic, creative, motivated Bilingual (French, English)
After swimming, gymnastics, theater and classical ballet began synchronized swimming at the age of 6 years old. Was only 13 years-old when Montreal Synchro recruited her to be a member of the best synchronized swimming club in Canada.
Was ranked 10th individually and won first gold medal in team event as a national champion.
Since this first victory, Se obtained the title of Canadian champion every year, even when changing levels.
At 16 years old she participated in the 2008 U.S. Open Synchronized Swimming Championships with the Quebec senior team (18+) in Cleveland, Ohio. She finished 1st, ten points ahead of the second place. After this great experience, She became team captain in 2009. Was one of the twelve best junior synchronized swimmers in the country and also earned two national titles. Selected as a member of the junior national team, took part in a two months training camp in Calgary. During the 2009 junior Pan-American Championships, which took place in North Carolina, She received two gold medals and was ranked 10th individually in America.
The 2010 Canadian Championships were also successful for her. She returned home with three gold medals and one bronze. That summer, She had the opportunity to participate for a second time in the U.S. Open Synchronized Swimming Championships.
She finished 5th individually behind Olympians of China, United States, Korea and Mexico. I also finished third in combo after China and United States.
In May 2011, entered the magical world of entertainments. Her 4 month summer contract allowed her to pursue her passion with beluga whales, dolphins, parrots, animal trainers, divers, gymnasts, air acrobats, clowns and synchronized swimmers.
Her part of this great show, for a second consecutive summer, from May to September 2012. She was performing four to six times a day in water that usually ranges from 52 to 62 F (11-16 C). The Azul show was voted best show among all the shows of various SeaWorld/Bush Parks & Entertainment.
Since September 2012, She is an independent synchronized swimmer. Started her own private synchronized swimming shows business.
Winner, National Athlete of the Year, 26th Gatineau Méritas Gala, 2011