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Born: March 03, 1983
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Steady results
Competing internationally since 2005, Marie-Pier Boudreau-Gagnon makes her Olympic debut in Beijing. In 2005, she contributed to a fifth-place team finish at Worlds. A year later she and her current duet partner Isabelle Rampling finished first in duet at the Commonwealth Games in Melbourne, and then sixth in both team and duet at the World Cup in Yokohama, Japan. In 2007 she contributed to double silver medals in team and duet at the Pan American Games in Rio de Janeiro. In 2008, she and Rampling won gold at the Russian Synchro Open Cup.

Olympic inspiration
Boudreau-Gagnon became interested in synchronized swimming after watching Canada's Olympic gold and silver medalist Sylvie Frechette compete in the 1990s. When she is not training, she is working toward a degree in business administration at the University of Quebec in Montreal.


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