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Well done Aurora Dazzlers. Your #rythmicgymnastics performances were great and we were honoured to catch so many highlights of all participants for the #SWSCD community. #seewhatshecando
Congrats to @SportAurora with the success of your #ReturntoPlay Webinar tonight. A great chance to hear from 3 PSOs: @ova_updates #GymnasticsON & @athleticsont along with the @Town_of_Aurora w.r.t. their RTP protocols. Communication & cooperation is critical. #swscd #SportAurora https://t.co/QZn6opysew
RT @espnW Southern Connecticut State gymnast Melanie Coleman died two days after suffering a spinal cord injury during an accident at practice. She was 20 years old. https://t.co/LX2bS2COtq
RT @CBCOlympics Canada's @Shallonolsen has a HUGE vault to launch her to 1st place in the vault portion of the women's team final ☝️
WATCH: https://t.co/OrN6IQNbM0 https://t.co/OJTNudnxCh
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Our Special Olympics Canada Athlete of the Month is Annick Léger from Mississauga. Her biggest challenge and success in life was surviving cancer and re-learning to walk and regaining her balance.
Annick has won medals in rhythmic gymnastics at the Nationals and has also competed during the recent World Games in Abu Dhabi. It’s been a long road to recovery for Annick, but she’s a beam of positivity. Continue to inspire us, Annick! 👏
More highlights from last night's #rythmicgymnastics year-end performance of the Aurora Dazzlers - a @specialolympicsontario community member. Enjoying the warm up. #seewhatshecando
RT @CBCOlympics Meet the Canadian women's team at #Stuttgart2019 🇨🇦
Watch them compete in the women's team final RIGHT NOW: https://t.co/OrN6IQNbM0 @gymcan1 https://t.co/tt95EmuVgF
Our Special Olympics Canada Athlete of the Month this June is Kimana Mar! She is a 19-year-old athlete from Ottawa and has already won a total of twelve (12) Golds and one (1) Silver at the Special Olympics World Summer Games in 2015 and 2019.
Kimana's mother is a coach and her father is an active fundraiser. Her favourite routine is a ribbon in Rhythmic Gymnastics. On top of her love for gymnastics, she also enjoys learning, doing school work, singing, and dancing ballet. She is such an inspiration. ❤️ Let's all show our love to Kimana!
The Aurora Dazzlers put on a great end-of-season #rythmicgymnastics performance last night. Athletes grooved to choreographed routines combining ballet, gymnastics and dance using a ball, followed by a rope. Simply awesome. #seewhatshecando #specialolympicscanada
RT @Shes4Sports #SimoneBiles wows with her floor routine during podium training ahead of Stuttgart World Championships https://t.co/JXgSHe8x5p
RT @sf_boswell Last night, Simone Biles successfully performed a triple double, and the entire world is (correctly) freaking out.
For those interested in the background, here is a short thread explaining *why* the triple double is so difficult. https://t.co/R4UC2jAlnm
Gymnastics Canada and the Canadian Olympic Committee have unveiled their selections for the men's and women's artistic gymnastics team that will compete at the Lima 2019 Pan American Games.
When Chelsea was born with Down Syndrome, no one thought she'd accomplish much – 20 years later, she defies all stereotypes... 🙏❤️
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