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Isabela Onyshko
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Onyshko at the 2017 World Championships

Full name

Isabela Maria Onyshko

Country represented

Flag of Canada Canada

Born

June 23 1998 (1998-06-23) (age 19)
Minnedosa, Manitoba, Canada

Club

Brandon Eagles Gymnastics

Coach(es)

Lorie Henderson

Current status

Active

Isabela Maria Onyshko (born June 23 in Minnedosa, Manitoba) is an elite Canadian gymnast and 2016 Olympian. She is the 2016 Canadian National All-Around Champion. She trains at Brandon Eagles Gymnastics under Lorie Henderson.

Junior Career

2013

In 2013, she competed at the Elite Canada in February, winning silver on uneven bars, and placing fifth in the all-around and eighth on beam and floor. At the Canadian Nationals, she won bronze on uneven bars and placed fourth in the all-around and balance beam, and fifth on floor. At the Elite Gym Massilia in the fall, she placed fifth with her team and twentieth in the all-around.

Senior Career

2014

Onyshko made her senior debut at the Elite Canada, placing fifth on floor and sixth in the all-around. She competed at the International Gymnix, winning gold on bars, and placing fourth in the all-around, and eighth on floor. She competed at two World Cup meets, one in Doha, where she won bronze on floor, and one in Osijek, where she won silver on floor, and placed fifth on beam and sixth on bars.

At the Canadian Nationals, she won the title on balance beam, silver in the all-around and uneven bars, and placed fourth on floor. She was named to the Canadian team for the Commonwealth Games, where she placed fourth with her team and seventh in the all-around and balance beam. In October, she competed at the World Championships in Nanning, China. While Canada did not have their best day in qualifications, they still performed well enough to qualify a full team to the next World Championships.

2015

Onyshko competed at the Elite Canada in late January, winning all-around silver, and balance beam and floor exercise bronze. The following month, she placed fifth in the all-around and on floor, seventh on bars, and eighth on beam at the WOGA Classic. In March, she won balance beam gold and all-around and uneven bars silver at the International Gymnix. At the City of Jesolo Trophy, she won team bronze and placed fourth on beam, fifth on floor, eighth on bars, and eleventh in the all-around. At the Ljubljana World Cup in April, she won uneven bars and balance beam gold and floor exercise silver.

She went on to win uneven bars and floor exercise gold and all-around and balance beam silver at the Canadian National Championships. In July, she competed at the Pan American Games in Toronto. She helped the Canadian team to a silver medal finish, but had trouble individually. In the all-around, she had a mistake on the uneven bars that landed her in sixth place. She had the same mistake in the event finals, and finished last.

In October, she competed at the World Championships in Glasgow, Scotland. She helped the Canadians qualify a full team to the Olympics, place sixth in the team final, and finished sixteenth in the all-around. In late November, she won the all-around at the Mexico Open.

2016

In February, Onyshko started off the season by winning four gold medals at the Elite Canada: all-around, uneven bars, balance beam, and floor exercise. In March, she competed at the International Gymnix, winning all-around gold, team and floor exercise silver, and uneven bars bronze, and placing sixth on balance beam. Later that month, she won all-around silver at the Stuttgart World Cup. She went on to compete at the Olympic Test Event, placing fourth on balance beam and floor exercise and tenth in the all-around.

In June, she competed at the Canadian National Championships, besting reigning champion Ellie Black to win the all-around. She additionally won gold on uneven bars and balance beam, bronze on floor exercise, and placed fourth on vault. She was named to the Canadian Olympic team in late June.[1]

Rio Olympics

Canada competed in the last subdivision of qualifications, starting on balance beam. Unfortunately, Canada did not make the team final, but Onyshko qualified tenth into the all-around and eighth into the balance beam final. She placed eighteenth in the all-around and eighth on balance beam after falling on her tucked full.

2017

Onyshko continued to compete after Rio. After missing the Elite Canada in February, she competed at the Canadian National Championships in May, winning gold on balance beam and placing fourth in the all-around and uneven bars and fifth on floor exercise. She competed at the World Championships in front of a home crowd in Montreal. She only competed on uneven bars and balance beam, and didn't make the event finals on either apparatus.

Medal Count

Year Event TF AA VT UB BB FX
2013Elite Canada52nd88
Canadian National Championships43rd45
Élite Gym Massilia520
2014Elite Canada65
International Gymnix41st8
Doha World Cup3rd
Osijek World Cup652nd
Canadian National Championships2nd2nd1st4
Glasgow Commonwealth Games477
2015Elite Canada2nd3rd3rd
WOGA Classic5785
International Gymnix2nd2nd1st
City of Jesolo Trophy3rd11845
Ljubljana World Cup1st1st2nd
Canadian National Championships2nd1st2nd1st
Toronto Pan American Games2nd68
Glasgow World Championships616
Mexico Open1st
2016Elite Canada1st1st1st1st
International Gymnix2nd1st3rd62nd
Stuttgart World Cup2nd
Rio de Janeiro Olympic Test Event1044
Canadian National Championships1st41st1st3rd
Rio de Janeiro Olympic Games188
2017Canadian National Championships441st5

Floor Music

2016 - "Frühling (Primavera Porteño)" by Jourist Quartet

References

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