Keegan Soehn and Remi Aubin are mid air in a pike positionLeah Hennel/COC
Leah Hennel/COC

Rémi Aubin


  • Advanced to the eight-man individual final in his second appearance at the senior FIG World Championships in 2022; had suffered an ankle injury just a month before and a concussion just two weeks before
  • Debuted at the senior world championships in 2021 
  • Competed at the age group world championships in 2015 and 2019 
  • Won synchro gold with Keegan Soehn at the October 2023 World Cup stop in Varna, Bulgaria; just the third Canadian men’s pair to win a World Cup synchro event 
  • Represented Canada at the 2021 Junior Pan American Games; finished eighth 
  • Won gold in the men’s senior event at the 2021 Canadian Championships 
  • Won three gold medals in the individual, synchro, and team events at the 2019 Canada Games

A Little More About Rémi

Getting into the Sport: Started training and competing in trampoline at age 12… Outside Interests: Enjoys playing basketball with friends… Finished his Cégep studies in police techniques in 2022; would like to become a police officer and has a dream to be in a tactical intervention group… Odds and Ends: Favourite motto: Work hard so that one day your idol becomes your rival…

Notable International Results

FIG World Championships: 2022 – 8th (individual), 28th (synchro); 2021 – 27th (individual), 25th (synchro)