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Jo-Annie Fortin

Jo-Annie Fortin
  • Born: 10/25/1990
  • Age: 24
  • Height: 174cm
  • Weight: 56kg
  • Birthplace: Montreal, QC

Jo-Annie FortinPlease note: the information below is accurate as of the London 2012 Olympic Games and will be updated in advance of the Toronto 2015 Pan American Games and Rio 2016 Olympic Games.

Jo-Annie Fortin made her Olympic Games debut in 2012 and was a member of the Synchronized Swimming team that finished in fourth place in London. She announced her retirement after the London Games.

In 2011, Fortin was a member of the gold-medal winning team at the Pan American Games in Guadalajara that would qualify a spot for London in the team event. Durocher and the team would also finish fourth that year in team events at the FINA World Aquatic Championships.

At the 2010 FINA World Cup, she would go on to capture a bronze in the team event.

In 2009, Fortin and the team would finish just off the podium in the team events finishing fourth at the FINA World Aquatic Championships.

Fortin joined the national senior team in the fall of 2008 and also won gold at the Canadian Open Championships that year in the team and duet events.

Coach(es):

Julie Sauvé, Anastassia Goutseva, Meng Chen

College/ University (year graduated):

College de Maisonneuve and Cégep à distance (2011)

Focus of studies:

Social Sciences

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