Vaculik Leads Canadian Olympic Squad
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After missing out on the 2008 Olympics, veteran Kristina Vaculik is set to lead the Canadian women's squad at the 2012 Olympic Games in London.

Gymnastics Canada Gymnastique announced its 2012 women's Olympic squad Thursday following the conclusion of the selection trials in Quebec.

National champion Kristina Vaculik leads the squad along with Victoria Moors, Brittany Rogers, Dominique Pegg and Ellie Black. Jessica Savona and Madeline Gardiner are alternates.

Peng-Peng Lee, who suffered a torn ACL in May, will serve as team captain for Canada in London.

The Canadian women qualified a full team to the Olympic Games for the first time since 2004. National champion Nathan Gafuik earned the Canadian men's only berth.

External Link: Gymnastics Canada

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