| Place Of Birth || Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada |
| Residence || Langley, British Columbia, Canada |
| International Debut || 2002 |
| Preferred Apparatus || Beam |
| Coach || Vladimir Lashin, Svetlana Lashina |
| Influential Person || Parents, coaches, Kate Richardson |
| Recent Results || Elite Canada (Gatineau, Quebec, Canada Dec-2005)|
2nd in the Women's Beam (8.950 pts)
3rd in the Women's Vault (8.525 pts)
5th in the Women's Uneven Bars (8.650 pts)
Glasgow Grand Prix (Glasgow, Scotland Oct-2005)
6th in the Women's Uneven Bars (8.725 pts)
| Commonwealth |
| Melbourne 2006|
Bronze in the Womens Team (162.550 pts)
did not compete
| Olympic |
| Athens 2004|
10th in the Women's Team (146.947 pts)
54 uneven bars (9.100 pts)
| Other || Gael began gymnastics as a 4 year-old, following in the footsteps of her parents who had both competed in gymnastics. She is the first Canadian gymnast since Monica Covacci in 1985 to win back to back junior and senior titles, with her move to seniors in 2003.|
Her most memorable sporting achievement was competing at the Athens Olympics.
Her personal best is 4th place on Uneven Bars at the World Cup in 2005.
Gael's personal goal for the Melbourne Commonwealth Games is to win a medal. Her sporting goal beyond Melbourne is to win a World Medal.