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MACLENNAN Rosannagh
Canada
CAN
Title
Ms
Lastname
MACLENNAN
Firstname
Rosannagh
Gender
female
Country
Canada
Place of birth
King City, ON
Year of birth
1988 (33 y.o.)
Discipline(s)
Trampoline Gymnastics
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Nickname
Rosie, E, Ro (Facebook page, 23 Mar 2020; gymcan.org, 16 Jul 2017; canadianathletesnow.ca, 01 Jan 2017)
Hobbies
Dancing, wakeboarding, skiing, snowboarding. (Facebook page, 23 Mar 2020, 19 Oct 2019)
Occupation
Athlete, Motivational Speaker, Student
Education
Health Studies, Physical Education - University of Toronto, Canada
Family
Partner Nick
Spoken languages
English
Club
Skyriders Trampoline Place [Toronto, ON, CAN]
Coach
Dave Ross [club], CAN
Sporting relatives
Her grandfather Lorne Patterson was a gymnast. He qualified for the 1940 Olympic Games that were due to take place in Tokyo, but the Games were cancelled due to the outbreak of World War II. (guadalajara.olympic.ca, 25 Sep 2011)
International senior debut
2005 for Canada (olympic.ca, 01 Sep 2012)
Injuries
She sustained a severe lower leg sprain and two torn ligaments two months prior to the 2020 Olympic Games. She recovered in time to compete at the Games. (bvmsports.com, 03 Aug 2021)

She sustained a broken ankle after landing awkwardly on the side of the trampoline at the 2019 World Cup event in Minsk, Belarus. (cbc.ca, 06 May 2019; olympicchannel.com, 01 Apr 2019)

A neck injury ruled her out of the 2017 World Championships in Sofia, Bulgaria. (olympic.ca, 08 Nov 2017)

In July 2015 she suffered a concussion injury three weeks before the 2015 Pan American Games in Toronto, ON, Canada, and in August 2015 sustained another head injury. She resumed training in November that year, having experienced headaches, vision issues, and occasionally mixing up her words due to her concussions. (ctvnews.ca, 12 Aug 2016; theglobeandmail.com, 03 May 2016; cbc.ca, 25 Nov 2015; torontosun.com, 20 Jul 2015)
Start sporting career
She took up the sport at age seven at Airborne Trampoline Club in Woodbridge, ON, Canada. She began competing at age 11. (thestar.com, 31 Oct 2014; drgregwells.com, 18 Jun 2014)
Reason for taking up the sport
Her older siblings attended a trampolining club and she followed them into the sport. Watching the Olympic Games on television as a child, she decided she wanted to be an Olympian before she had even chosen a sport. She was then inspired by Canadian trampolinist Karen Cockburn winning a bronze medal at the 2000 Olympic Games in Sydney. (thegistnews.ca, 06 Aug 2019; drgregwells.com, 18 Jun 2014; olympic.ca, 01 Dec 2014)
Milestones
At the 2012 Olympic Games in London, she became the first Canadian gymnast to win an Olympic gold medal in trampolining. After her gold at the 2016 Olympic Games in Rio de Janeiro, she became the first Canadian athlete to successfully defend an Olympic title at the summer Games, and the first Canadian woman to win two gold medals in an individual event at the summer Games. (SportsDeskOnline, 14 Oct 2018; olympic.ca, 21 Aug 2016; cbc.ca, 18 Dec 2014; olympic.ca, 01 Dec 2014)
Most memorable sporting achievement
Winning gold at the 2016 Olympic Games in Rio de Janeiro, which saw her successfully defend the individual title she had won four years earlier in London. (thegistnews.ca, 06 Aug 2019)
Hero / Idol
Her grandfather Lorne Patterson, Canadian trampolinist Karen Cockburn, Canadian ice hockey player Hayley Wickenheiser. (cbc.ca, 08 Jun 2017; rosiemaclennan.ca, 22 Dec 2014; olympic.ca, 01 Dec 2014)
Most influential person in career
Canadian trampolinist Karen Cockburn. (thegistnews.ca, 06 Aug 2019)
Philosophy / Motto
"Focus on what you can control, have faith in what you don't." (Facebook page, 19 Oct 2019)
Awards
She was flag bearer for Canada at the opening ceremony of the 2016 Olympic Games in Rio de Janeiro. (cbc.ca, 21 Jul 2016)

She won the 2012 Syl Apps Award, an honour given by the Ontario Sports Hall of Fame in Canada to the Athlete of the Year. (ontariosportlegendshof.com, 29 Apr 2015)

She was named Female Athlete of the Year at the 2012 Canadian Sports Awards. (tsn.ca, 18 Oct 2012)
Additional information
General
SPORT AS A PROFESSION
She says that achieving good grades at school was her priority growing up, and that she did not consider sport to be a viable career path until later on. "It wasn't until after high school when I was 18 that I specialised in trampoline. Still, ever since I was a kid I wanted to go to the Olympics before I even really knew what that meant. Sport was such a big part of my life growing up, but it was always positioned as a hobby. Education was priority number one and I could only play sports if I got a certain grade. I never saw it as a viable career option until much later and only after watching and interacting with other athletes. One of my biggest goals is to show younger athletes, and especially young girls, that being a professional athlete is a career option. For Olympic athletes, it is a career and it should be valued the same way you would another career path. The lessons you learn through sport translate into other careers too, and in so many other aspects of your life." (thegistnews.ca, 06 Aug 2019)

OTHER ACTIVITIES
She was elected International Gymnastics Federation [FIG] Athletes' Commission representative for trampoline gymnastics from 2022 to 2025. She has also served as vice chair of the Canadian Olympic Committee Athletes' Commission, and been on the advisory board of the children's non-profit organisation Right To Play. "I learned about Right To Play in high school as an organisation that combined things I was very passionate about. At my first international competition in South Africa I was 11 and staying at this beautiful, luxurious resort, but just outside the gates was a slum. At that age I didn't know how to reconcile that, but it stuck with me and triggered an interest in international development. Then, at Beijing in my first Olympics there was a Right To Play tent in the village, and I went there right away to learn about it and get involved." (gymnastics.sport, 18 Nov 2021; thegistnews.ca, 06 Aug 2019; LinkedIn profile, 01 Jun 2018; cbc.ca, 23 Mar 2020)

FURTHER EDUCATION
She studied for a master's degree in kinesiology and exercise science at the University of Toronto in Canada between 2012 and 2018. In 2021 she began studying for a master's degree in business administration with Stanford University. (Instagram profile, 16 Sep 2021; speakers.ca, 01 Jan 2017; LinkedIn profile, 01 Jun 2018)

Last update : 2021-11-29

Olympic Games

2021 - Games of the XXXII Olympiad TOKYO (JPN)

Women Individual
Rank Final
4
Score Final
55.460
Rank Qualif.
4
Score Qualif.
104.435

2016 - Games of the XXXI Olympiad RIO DE JANEIRO (BRA)

Women Individual
Rank Final
1
Score Final
56.465
Rank Qualif.
3
Score Qualif.
103.130

2012 - Games of the XXX Olympiad LONDON (GBR)

Women Individual
Rank Final
1
Score Final
57.305
Rank Qualif.
4
Score Qualif.
104.450

2008 - Games of the XXIX Olympiad BEIJING (CHN)

Women Individual
Rank Final
7
Score Final
35.500
Rank Qualif.
3
Score Qualif.
66.000
The World Games

2013 - 9th The World Games 2013 CALI (COL)

Women Synchro
Rank Final
4
Score Final
46.200
Rank Qualif.
5
Score Qualif.
76.900

2009 - 8th The World Games 2009 KAOHSIUNG (TPE)

Women Synchro
Rank Final
8
Score Final
14.400
Rank Qualif.
-
Score Qualif.
-
World Championships

2019 - 34th FIG Trampoline Gymnastics World Championships TOKYO (JPN)

Women Individual
Rank Final
3
Score Final
54.820
Rank Semifinal
4
Score Semifinal
54.930
Rank Qualif.
10
Score Qualif.
102.995
Women Team Trampoline
Rank Final
3
Score Final
133.745
Rank Qualif.
5
Score Qualif.
305.685
Team All-Around
Rank Final
4
Score Final
21.000
Rank Qualif.
4
Score Qualif.
664.455

2018 - 33rd FIG Trampoline Gymnastics World Championships ST. PETERSBURG (RUS)

Women Individual
Rank Final
1
Score Final
57.180
Rank Semifinal
2
Score Semifinal
56.665
Rank Qualif.
5
Score Qualif.
104.070
Women Synchro
Rank Final
2
Score Final
47.500
Rank Qualif.
2
Score Qualif.
87.490
Team All-Around
Rank Final
3
Score Final
24.000
Rank Qualif.
-
Score Qualif.
-

2015 - 31st FIG Trampoline Gymnastics World Championships ODENSE (DEN)

Women Individual
Rank Final
4
Score Final
55.505
Rank Semifinal
4
Score Semifinal
54.995
Rank Qualif.
4
Score Qualif.
101.905
Women Team Trampoline
Rank Final
4
Score Final
124.710
Rank Qualif.
5
Score Qualif.
297.895

2014 - 30th FIG Trampoline Gymnastics World Championships DAYTONA BEACH (USA)

Women Individual
Rank Final
2
Score Final
55.130
Rank Semifinal
2
Score Semifinal
55.770
Rank Qualif.
2
Score Qualif.
103.600
Women Synchro
Rank Final
2
Score Final
47.200
Rank Qualif.
1
Score Qualif.
88.000

2013 - 29th FIG Trampoline Gymnastics World Championships SOFIA (BUL)

Women Individual
Rank Final
1
Score Final
56.285
Rank Semifinal
4
Score Semifinal
54.730
Rank Qualif.
2
Score Qualif.
102.430
Women Synchro
Rank Final
8
Score Final
5.600
Rank Qualif.
1
Score Qualif.
86.800
Women Team Trampoline
Rank Final
2
Score Final
159.995
Rank Qualif.
3
Score Qualif.
298.480

2011 - 28th FIG Trampoline Gymnastics World Championships BIRMINGHAM (GBR)

Women Individual
Rank Final
2
Score Final
55.360
Rank Qualif.
7
Score Qualif.
100.125
Women Synchro
Rank Final
2
Score Final
47.600
Rank Qualif.
2
Score Qualif.
85.900
Women Team Trampoline
Rank Final
3
Score Final
159.085
Rank Qualif.
2
Score Qualif.
298.015

2010 - 27th FIG Trampoline Gymnastics World Championships METZ (FRA)

Women Individual
Rank Final
3
Score Final
39.300
Rank Qualif.
10
Score Qualif.
67.000

2009 - 26th FIG Trampoline Gymnastics World Championships ST-PETERSBURG (RUS)

Women Individual
Rank Final
4
Score Final
38.400
Rank Qualif.
-
Score Qualif.
-
Women Synchro
Rank Final
2
Score Final
46.900
Rank Qualif.
-
Score Qualif.
-
Women Team Trampoline
Rank Final
3
Score Final
109.600
Rank Qualif.
-
Score Qualif.
-

2007 - 25th FIG Trampoline Gymnastics World Championships QUEBEC (CAN)

Women Individual
Rank Final
3
Score Final
37.700
Rank Qualif.
-
Score Qualif.
-
Women Synchro
Rank Final
1
Score Final
49.300
Rank Qualif.
-
Score Qualif.
-
World Cup qualifying for OG

2020 - FIG World Cup 2020 BAKU (AZE)

Women Individual
Rank Final
-
Score Final
-
Rank Qualif.
14
Score Qualif.
102.710

2019 - FIG World Cup 2019 VALLADOLID (ESP)

Women Individual
Rank Final
-
Score Final
-
Rank Qualif.
27
Score Qualif.
99.825

2019 - FIG World Cup 2019 KHABAROVSK (RUS)

Women Individual
Rank Final
-
Score Final
-
Rank Qualif.
18
Score Qualif.
101.235
Women Synchro
Rank Final
8
Score Final
9.600
Rank Qualif.
4
Score Qualif.
87.080

2019 - FIG World Cup 2019 MINSK (BLR)

Women Individual
Rank Final
-
Score Final
-
Rank Qualif.
52
Score Qualif.
80.750

2019 - FIG World Cup 2019 BAKU (AZE)

Women Individual
Rank Final
2
Score Final
56.245
Rank Qualif.
3
Score Qualif.
105.165
World / Challenge Cup

2019 - FIG World Cup 2019 BAKU (AZE)

Women Synchro
Rank Final
4
Score Final
46.410
Rank Qualif.
3
Score Qualif.
89.590

2018 - FIG TRA & TUM World Cup LOULE (POR)

Women Individual
Rank Final
2
Score Final
57.105
Rank Qualif.
7
Score Qualif.
103.965
Women Synchro
Rank Final
1
Score Final
46.950
Rank Qualif.
7
Score Qualif.
81.250

2018 - FIG TRA World Cup MAEBASHI (JPN)

Women Individual
Rank Final
8
Score Final
54.990
Rank Qualif.
10
Score Qualif.
103.325
Women Synchro
Rank Final
4
Score Final
46.250
Rank Qualif.
9
Score Qualif.
84.000

2017 - FIG World Cup 2017 - Ciudad de Valladolid VALLADOLID (ESP)

Women Individual
Rank Final
-
Score Final
-
Rank Qualif.
13
Score Qualif.
103.530

2016 - World Cup 2016 Cat. A AROSA (SUI)

Women Individual
Rank Final
1
Score Final
56.660
Rank Qualif.
1
Score Qualif.
104.050

2016 - World Cup 2016 Cat. A BRESCIA (ITA)

Women Individual
Rank Final
6
Score Final
53.375
Rank Qualif.
7
Score Qualif.
99.910

2015 - World Cup 2015 Cat. A ST-PETERSBURG (RUS)

Women Individual
Rank Final
5
Score Final
53.030
Rank Qualif.
3
Score Qualif.
101.325
Women Synchro
Rank Final
2
Score Final
45.600
Rank Qualif.
4
Score Qualif.
83.700

2014 - World Cup 2014 Cat A MINSK (BLR)

Women Individual
Rank Final
6
Score Final
50.665
Rank Qualif.
1
Score Qualif.
102.225
Women Synchro
Rank Final
1
Score Final
47.400
Rank Qualif.
1
Score Qualif.
86.100
Test Events Olympic Games

2012 - XXX Olympic Games - Test Events LONDON (GBR)

Women Individual
Rank Final
1
Score Final
54.520
Rank Qualif.
2
Score Qualif.
101.575