Gym-Richelieu: Victoria-Kayen & Rose-Kaying Woo

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Victoria-Kayen Woo and Rose Kaying Woo

Excited to share the story of Canadian gymnasts and Olympic hopeful sisters Victoria and Rose Woo!

Victoria is a 2-time member of Canada's World Championship team in both 2014 and 2015. Most recently, she helped Team Canada to a 6th place finish that earned them a team berth to the 2016 Rio Olympics. She competed at the 2015 Toronto Pan American Games where Canada finished in 2nd place and Victoria earned the bronze medal on beam. Rose is a new senior who recently earned a bronze medal on beam at the Osijek Challenge Cup and 4th on uneven bars and balance beam. As a junior, she was 1st in the all around at Elite Canada and International Gymnix in 2015.

Both gymnasts are working hard to qualify to the upcoming Olympic Games. In the interview, they talk about how they got started in gymnastics, injuries, and their hopes for the future. There’s also an upgrade in there I think you’ll be pretty excited about.


I would like to thank the gymnasts, their coaches, family, and those at Gym-Richelieu for making this interview possible. I would also like to give great thanks to Alexandra Leask for the video productions and editing.

This is Arabian Punch Front's first video interview so let me know what you think. Like and comment!

7 comments :

  1. IIRC Rose-Kaying was also a multi-medallist at the Junior Pan American championships a couple of years ago.

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    1. Yes, Rose helped team Canada to gold at the 2014 Jr Pan Ams, finished 2nd on UB and BB, and 3rd in the AA and on FX. Just to name some of her many accomplishments.

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  2. I think the video could have used subtitles, their accents are sometimes tough to understand and the audio level is sometimes too low and fighting with the background noise. Overall through good job. I applaud anyone who wants to take the time to do anything that will support the sport of gymnastics, especially the Canadians. Thanks.

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    1. Thanks! Also found out that the sound is messed up with headphones but we can't reupload :/ We'll keep that in mind for the future though so thanks for the input!

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