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Biography

MACKIE Gael

Nationality Canada Flag CAN Canada
Birth Date 16/12/1988
Gender Women
Height (m / in) 1.52/4'11''
Weight (kg / lbs) 43/95
Events Inscribed   Member of Canada Gymnastics Artistic Women's Team
Gymnastics Artistic Women's All-Around

Date Venue Event Country - Name Results Status
17 Mar
19:00
RLA Women's Team - Qualification
Subdivision 2 - Rotation 1 - Uneven bars
Canada Flag CAN  - MACKIE Gael 13.100 Completed
17 Mar
19:43
RLA Women's Team - Qualification
Subdivision 2 - Rotation 2 - Beam
Canada Flag CAN  - MACKIE Gael 12.150 Completed
17 Mar
20:20
RLA Women's Team - Qualification
Subdivision 2 - Rotation 3 - Floor
Canada Flag CAN  - MACKIE Gael 12.200 Completed
17 Mar
20:57
RLA Women's Team - Qualification
Subdivision 2 - Rotation 4 - Vault
Canada Flag CAN  - MACKIE Gael 13.500 Completed
18 Mar
19:00
RLA Women's All-Around - Final
Rotation 1 - Beam
Canada Flag CAN  - MACKIE Gael 13.400 Completed
18 Mar
19:35
RLA Women's All-Around - Final
Rotation 2 - Floor
Canada Flag CAN  - MACKIE Gael 13.750 Completed
18 Mar
20:00
RLA Women's All-Around - Final
Rotation 3 - Vault
Canada Flag CAN  - MACKIE Gael 14.050 Completed
18 Mar
20:25
RLA Women's All-Around - Final
Rotation 4 - Uneven bars
Canada Flag CAN  - MACKIE Gael 12.850 Completed

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
Games History
Melbourne 2006
Bronze in the Womens Team (162.550 pts)

Manchester 2002
did not compete
Olympic
Games History
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.

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