Team Canada Women Gymnastics qualify
for Team Finals, All Around
Individual and Vault Finals
July 29, 2012
by Pat brethauer
photos courtesy of
This is the first
time that a Canadian Women Gymnastics team
qualified into a final in a non-boycotted
Olympic after placing in 8th place.
Pegg and teammates Kristina Vaculik, Victoria
Moores, Brittany Rogers and Ellie Black had a
combine total of 167.696 points.
for a complete list of team overall standings
The team event is
set for Tuesday July 31 (beginning at 11:30 am
EDT). Dominique Pegg also qualified for
the all-around individual final Thursday Aug 2
(beginning at 11:30 am EDT)
click here for a list of all competitors.
Brittany Rogers and Ellie Black made the vault
final scheduled for Sunday Aug 5 (beginning at
9:30 am EDT) click
here for list of competitors.
Dominique's 93 year old Grandmother Mickey
Parker sat anxiously awaiting to see her
Other Highlights and
See the celebrations when they learn the good
news (courtesy of CTV Olympics on Youtube)
Pegg also made
National News on Television and other news media
when she tweeted to heart throb Justin Bieber
K @justinbieber I will be
competing in the Olympics in a few
hours now. I think its time that you
@domiP3gg sorry im
late 2 the party. want to let you
know as a proud canadian Im always
supporting you and proud of you.
STAND UP CANADA! :)
thank you so much for tweeting me!!
Thank you for teaching me to never
give up on my dreams
Olympic Artistic Gymnastics
competition has four phases: Team
final, Individual All-Around final
and individual apparatus finals.
gymnasts compete in the
qualifications. The best eight teams
then go through to the Team final,
where three team members compete on
each apparatus. Teams are ranked on
their total score.
24 individual gymnasts (maximum two
from each country) go through to the
Individual All-Around final, where
gymnasts compete on all apparatus.
The best eight gymnasts on each
apparatus (maximum two from each
country) go through to the
individual apparatus finals.
apparatus is judged for difficulty
and execution, with the highest
scoring athlete the winner.