Please note: the information below is accurate as of the London 2012 Olympic Games.
Kelsey Titmarsh made her Olympic Games debut in 2012 and competed on the rhythmic gymnastics team that finished 11th in the group event in London.
Canada’s six-member team, consisting of Anastasiya Muntyanu, Anjelika Reznik, Alexandra Landry, Katrina Cameron, Rose Cossar and Titmarsh, earned one of just 12 berths in the group event for the London Games in September at the 2011 World Championships in Montpelier, France. The berth was awarded as the top-ranked team from the Americas. 2012 was the first time Canada competed at the Olympic Games in the group event, which made its debut at the 1996 Games in Atlanta.
Titmarsh was a member of the 2011 Pan American Games team that won three medals in Guadalajara, including two silvers and a bronze. Titmarsh has been a member of the Canadian National team since 2000. Her first international competition was in 2007.
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Senior national athlete since:
Member of the Canadian National Team since 2005 and Senior National athlete since 2009
College/ University (year graduated):
Currently Gr. 12
Focus of studies:
Want to persue a career in Fashion Design
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Notable International Results
National titles (include event, year):
2008 Elite Canada and Group Championships - 1st AA Junior Group
2009 Elite Canada and Group Championships - 1st AA Senior Group
2010 Elite Canada and Group Championships - 1st AA Senior Group
2011 Elite Canada and Group Championships - 1st AA Senior Group
World Championship appearances:
2009 Mie World Championships - 15th AA Group
2010 Moscow World Championships - 14th AA Group