Pole vaulter who became the Canadian national women's champion and made her Olympic debut representing Canada in 2016. She previously set school pole vaulting records at the University of Miami.
She was originally a gymnast but was forced to quit at age 13 following a back injury. She became the first Canadian high school girl to vault over 4 metres.
She beat her own Canadian's women's record at the 2017 Hurricane Alumni Invitational with a vault of 4.71 metres.
She has siblings named Kris, Brianna and Dylan.
She and Ekaterini Stefanidi both competed in pole vaulting at the 2016 Summer Olympics.