Emily O'Connor

                                         
      

Starting out by winning gold on Trampoline and Double Mini Trampoline at the annual National Championships, as well as gold in Trampoline at the Indo Pacific Championships in 2014, Emily is destined to be an outstanding athlete as she moves into the senior competition.

She was selected as one of only two athletes to represent Australia at the World Games in Columbia in 2013, and placed sixth overall in the Double Mini Trampoline competition.

Emily was a part of the Double Mini Trampoline team that competed in Florida, USA at the World Championships in 2014, where she qualified 10th for Double Mini and was the first reserve for the final.

In 2015, O’Connor finished seventh in both the Trampoline and Double Mini Trampoline finals at the Australian Gymnastics Championship.

QUICK FACTS

Birthplace: Melbourne, VIC
Occupation: Student
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Favourite music: Justin Bieber
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TRAINING INFORMATION

Age began gymnastics and reason for starting: 10 years old - enjoyed thrill & adventure
First Club: Cheltenham Youth Club
First Coach: Jarrod Heriat
Current Club: Cheltenham Youth Club
Current Coach Danni Robb
Best apparatus: Double Mini
Favourite skill: All of them
Most difficult skill to learn: -

MOST SIGNIFICANT

Best National Performance: 2014 Australian Championships
Best International Performance: 2014 World Championships -10th DMT

NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIP RESULTS

Year
Event
Age Gr.
TRP
DMT
TUM
SYNCHRO
2016 Australian Championships Senior 3rd
2nd
- 3rd
2015 Australian Championships Senior 7th 7th - 5th
2014 Australian Championships Senior 2nd 2nd - -
2013 Australian Championships Senior 3rd  2nd - 3rd
2012 Australian Championships Junior 1st - - 5th
2011 Australian Championships Junior 6th 1st  -  2nd
2010 Australian Championships Junior
U17
-
1st
1st
-
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-
-
-

INTERNATIONAL RESULTS

Year
Event
Age Group
TRP
DMT
TUM
SYNCHRO
2014 World Championships, USA Senior - 10th - -
2014
Indo Pacific Championships, ZFA Senior
17+
-
1st
3rd
-
-
-
1st
-
2013 World Games, COL Senior - 6th - -
2012
Indo Pacific Championships, AUS  Senior - 1st - -

MAJOR EVENTS HISTORY

World Championships: 2014
Olympic Games N/A