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Canadian team announced for the 2021 World Trampoline Gymnastics Championships

Qualification for these championships was a three-part qualification process, where the ranking was based on results from three domestic events: Technical Trial, Elite Canada, and Canadian Championships. 

“After the challenging past two years, we are excited to have our team compete on the World stage,” said Karen Cockburn, National Team Director – Trampoline Gymnastics. “This year’s World Championships will include individual, synchronized and team events.  We are looking forward to some great performances by our Canadian athletes as they compete with the best in the World!”

The delegation consists of the following members:


Trampoline Women:

  • Sarah Milette, QC – Virtuose
  • Sophiane Méthot, QC – Virtuose
  • Rachel Tam, ON – Skyriders
  • Sara-Jade Berthiaume, QC – Virtuose


Trampoline Men

  • Rémi Aubin, QC – Dynamix
  • Keegan Soehn, AB – Thunder Country
  • Nathan Shuh, ON – Skyriders
  • Trevor Stirling, ON – Skyriders
  • Jacob Cranham, ON – Skyriders (non-travelling alternate)


Double Mini-Trampoline Women

  • Hannah Brown, BC – Shasta
  • Gabby Flynn, BC – Shasta
  • Zoe Phaneuf, AB – Calgary Gymnastics


Double Mini-Trampoline Men

  • Mitchel Pedersen, AB – Calgary Gymnastics
  • Nolan Zurek, AB – Phoenix
  • Mark Armstrong, AB – Calgary Gymnastics


Tumbling Women

  • Helen Dong, ON – Oakville Gymnastics


Tumbling Men

  • Mitchel Pedersen, AB – Calgary Gymnastics



  • VIP: Karen Cockburn
  • HOD, IST: Carolyn Taylor
  • Head Coach and Manager: Eran Silberg
  • IST: Stefanie Moser, Kristin Boyle
  • Judges: Thorne Sutherland, Cassie Siwek, Sébastien Rajotte
  • TRA Coaches: Karina Kosko, Antoine Vallières
  • DMT Coaches: Curt De Wolff, Trish Quinney
  • TUM Coaches: Eran Silberg, Nadia Bruno



  • Thursday, November 18: Qualifications (TRA, DMT, TUM W)
  • Friday, November 19: Qualifications (TUM M, SYN); team finals all events
  • Saturday, November 20: TRA semi-finals; DMT, TUM, SYN finals
  • Sunday, November 21: DMT, TUM, TRA finals; all-around team finals




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For more information, contact:

Ian Moss


Gymnastics Canada 

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