Heather Ross-McManus

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Heather Ross-McManus
— Gymnast —
Country represented  Canada
Born (1973-09-03) September 3, 1973 (age 41)
Etobicoke
Discipline Trampolining
Club Spring Action Trampoline
Head coach(es) Sean McManus
Assistant coach(es) Yann Prigent
Former coach(es) Dave Ross, Ian Duffy, Ron Masotti, Lorne Singer, Kathy Handford
Retired 2005

Heather Ross-McManus (born September 3, 1973 in Etobicoke) is a Canadian trampoline gymnast.

After representing Canada internationally in trampolining at 3 World Trampoline Championships, she retired from competition in 1993. However, she returned to trampoline in 1997, represented Canada at 4 more World Championships, and qualified for the Canadian Olympic team in 2004.

She won a bronze medal in the Team event and placed 5th in individual trampoline at the 2003 World Championships in Hannover, Germany. In the 2004 Summer Olympic Games she finished in 6th place.[1] In the December 2004 Trampoline World Cup Final, held in Algiers, she finished in 6th place in the individual competition and 4th in the synchronized competition with her partner Karen Cockburn.

Ross-McManus lives in Ottawa, Ontario where she runs Spring Action, a trampoline club, with her husband. In 2005, she retired again from competing but has stayed involved in the sport of trampoline as a coach and judge.

References[edit]

  1. ^ Brodie, Rob (16 April 2006). "Ross-McManus might have bounce in step for Beijing". Canadian Online Explorer. Retrieved 10 September 2010. 

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