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Mathieu Turgeon

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Mathieu Turgeon
— Gymnast —
Personal information
Country represented Flag of Canada.png Canada
Born August 2, 1979 (1979-08-02) (age 38)
Pointe-Claire, Quebec
Discipline Trampoline
Retired 2007

Mathieu Turgeon (born August 2, 1979 in Pointe-Claire, Quebec) is a Canadian trampoline gymnast. He won a bronze medal at the 2000 Summer Olympics in individual trampoline and qualified for the 2004 Summer Olympics but failed to make the final. He is noted for performing very difficult routines.[1]

Turgeon retired from competition in 2007 to pursue a career as a Chiropractor, though he still performs in trampoline demonstrations.[2] On December 22, 2007, he married his fellow-Olympian and former training partner Karen Cockburn.[3]

References

  1. Matt Turgeon 2000 Olympic biography
  2. Flippenout Trampoline Show website
  3. Notice of wedding