At 16 years old, Gabriella Page made her debut at the senior FIE World Championships in 2011 and also competed at her first FIE World Junior Championships that same year. In her four world junior appearances, she recorded her best placement of 15th in 2012 and ended that season ranked a career-high 36th in the world amongst juniors. At the Toronto 2015 Pan Am Games, Page achieved a career highlight, winning bronze in the individual sabre event and helping Canada to a fifth-place finish in the team event. Page is a three-time bronze medallist in the team sabre event at the Pan American Championships where her top individual result is fifth place, achieved in 2016. Page has also represented Canada at six FIE World Championships.
A LITTLE MORE ABOUT GABRIELLA
Getting into the Sport: Started fencing at age 14… Other Interests: Studying social sciences at Collège Montmorency, aiming to study psychology at university… Supports CIBC Run for the Cure…Odds and Ends: Favourite quote: “I fear not the man who practiced 10,000 kicks once, but I fear the man who has practiced one kick 10,000 times” – Bruce Lee… Always travels with a stuffed pink piggy that rattles… Nickname: Gabby, Gab, Gabry… Her bling is her good luck charm…
Notable International Results
Pan American Games: 2015 – BRONZE (sabre), 5th (team sabre)
Pan American Championships: 2018 – 10th (sabre), 4th (team sabre); 2016 – BRONZE (team sabre), 5th (sabre); 2015 – 14th (sabre), 4th (team sabre); 2014 – 18th (sabre), 6th (team sabre); 2013 – 8th (sabre), BRONZE (team sabre); 2012 – 6th (sabre), BRONZE (team sabre)
FIE World Championships: 2018 – 62nd (sabre), 12th (team sabre); 2017 – 76th (sabre), 15th (team sabre); 2015 – 28th (sabre), 17th (team sabre); 2014 – 49th (sabre), 16th (team sabre); 2013 – 74th (sabre), 20th (team sabre); 2011 – 50th (sabre), 24th (team sabre)
FIE World Championships (junior): 2014 – 20th (sabre); 2013 – 31st (sabre); 2012 – 15th (sabre); 2011 – 30th (ind sabre)