LEBLANC-BAZINET Rachel

10 Oct 1988
32
Female
 
Canada
MONTREAL, QC
 
Canada

Events and Medals

Discipline Event Rank Medal
WLF Weightlifting Women's 55kg 12

Schedule

Change
Start Time Location Event Status
Tokyo International Forum
Finished

Biographical Information

Highlights

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World Championships
YearLocation58kg - Total58kg - Snatch58kg - C&J55kg - Total55kg - Snatch55kg - C&J
2019Pattaya, THA---8th (201)10th (91)11th (110)
2018Ashgabat, TKM---19th (190)19th (84)18th (106)
2017Anaheim, CA, USA14th (176)17th (78)15th (98)---

Pan American Games
YearLocation55kg - Total
2019Lima, PER5th (193)

Pan American Championships
YearLocation58kg - Total58kg - Snatch58kg - C&J55kg - Total55kg - Snatch55kg - C&J
2020Santo Domingo, DOM---(---)(---)5th (99)
2019Guatemala City, GUA---5th (196)5th (88)7th (108)
2017Miami, FL, USA8th (188)9th (82)8th (106)---


Legend
C&J - Clean & Jerk, (---) - no valid result, DSQ - Disqualified
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Collecting shirts from every tournament in which she competes. (olympic.ca, 06 Mar 2019)
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Athlete, Coach, Massage Therapist
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English, French
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La Machine Rouge de Saint-Hyacinthe [Quebec, QC, CAN]
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Yvan Darsigny
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Her mother Danielle Leblanc-Bazinet has competed in CrossFit at masters level. Her twin sister Camille is a professional CrossFit athlete, who has also competed in weightlifting at national level in Canada and was flag bearer for the Canadian team at the CrossFit Games. Her brother Alexis and her older sister Claude have also competed in CrossFit at regional level in Canada. (mi.lapresse.ca, 07 Apr 2018; games.crossfit.com, 2017; greatestphysiques.com, 01 Aug 2016)
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She has competed in CrossFit events at regional level in Canada. (games.crossfit.com, 12 Dec 2017; games.crossfit.com, 07 May 2012)
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A back injury meant she was unable to compete at the 2018 Canadian Championships in Mississauga, Ontario. (Instagram profile, 04 Oct 2018)
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She took up CrossFit in 2008 before switching to weightlifting in 2012 in Montreal, QC, Canada. (blonyx.com, 02 Dec 2014)
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She was born into a family of athletes, as her mother and all her siblings took part in sports like CrossFit. (boxrox.com, 09 Dec 2015)
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To compete at the 2020 Olympic Games in Tokyo. (lapresse.ca, 22 Nov 2020)
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She trains for up to five hours a day. (lapresse.ca, 22 Nov 2020)
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"My great strength is competition. I love to perform. As much as I struggle in life, when I step on the platform, I am in my place." (lapresse.ca, 22 Nov 2020)
Legend
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Gold Medal Event
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Silver Medal Event
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Bronze Medal Event
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