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Moors on Artistry: 'I Played to That Strength'
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The December 2017 issue of International Gymnast magazine features a two-page interview with Canada's Brooklyn Moors, who credits her success at this fall's world championships in Montreal to artistry and perseverance.

The December 2017 issue of International Gymnast magazine features a two-page interview with Canada's Brooklyn Moors, who credits her success at this fall's world championships in Montreal to artistry and perseverance.

"I always loved to dance and show off for a crowd, and worked really hard on my execution," Moors, 16, told IG. "It was strength early on in my career, and I played to that strength."

Like her elder sister, 2012 Olympian Victoria Moors, Brooklyn trains with coach Elvira Saadi at Dynamo Gymnastics. Competing at her first world championships in Montreal, Moors placed 15th all-around and fifth on floor exercise. She also won the Longines Prize for Elegance, shared with Kenzo Shirai (Japan).

Read "Canadian Grace," the complete interview with Moors, in the December 2017 issue of International Gymnast magazine. To subscribe to the print and/or digital editions of International Gymnast magazine, click here.

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