|SLATER Allana Australia
Discipline: Womens Artistic
|Last update: 05/09/2011|
|Date of birth:||03/04/1984||Age:||31|
|Height:||155 cm/5.1 ft||Weight:||46 kg/101.4 lb|
|Place of birth:||MOUNT CLAREMONT||
|Hometown:||MOUNT CLAREMONT (AUS)|
|Start Discipline (year):||1990|
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|National Team Since (year):||1998|
|Head coach:||Nikolai Lapchine (RUS)|
|Assistant coach:||Joanne Richards (AUS)|
|Choreographer:||Tatiana Lapchina (RUS)|
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|She is one of the world's earliest starters in gymnastics, having taken up the sport as a toddler at the age of… 16 months, following her doctor's recommendation, as a way to help cure sleep Apnoea.
Internationally she was first spotted at the 1998 Commonwealth Games in Kuala Lumpur, when the Australian team won their first ever gold medal and Allana took two silver medals: in the all -around and on floor.
Her Floor routine that turned into one of the 2000 Sydney Olympics highlights was composed by Irina Milogradova (formerly USSR, now lives in the USA) on one of the most popular songs in her country-"I still call Australia my home".
What makes Allana unique for the Australian Gymnastics is the fact that she has achieved:
* The highest ranked for a female Australian gymnast at World Championships - Ghent (BEL) 2001 -4th on Floor.
* She is the first Australian to win Gold at a Grand Prix event (A. Bars, Stuttgart 2000) * The first Australian to win a medal at a Grand Prix Final (Silver on A. Bars, Glasgow 2000)
* She has represented Australia at the 2000 Olympic Games in Sydney, four World Championships:1999 Tianjin (Team 5th, AA 9th), 2001 Ghent , 2002 Debrecen and 2003 Anaheim (Team/Bronze, AA 13th) and two Commonwealth Games (1998 Kuala Lumpur- Team/gold, All-around/silver) and 2002 Manchester- 2gold (Team and Vault), 2 silver ( A. Bars and Beam) and one bronze medal (All-around)
Recent best achievements:
2003 World Championships Anaheim (USA): Destined to set records for her country, she led the Australian team to their first (Bronze) World medal ever! She achieved the 4th highest result in competition I, but during the Individual All-around she suffered on A. Bars and took the 13th place in the final ranking. * Glasgow Grand Prix and World Cup- Silver medal on Floor.
2002 World Cup Final - Stuttgart, December: Allana qualified for three of the four World Cup Finals and won the Bronze medal on Floor.
Family: As an only child, Allana is living with her mother (Barbara) in Perth. Her father died in an airplane accident in Indonesia in 1997, while she was competing for Australia in the Junior Pacific Alliance in the USA. Hobbies: Reading and playing with her cats. Most admired person: Her idol is Svetlana Khorkina. Ambitions: She wants to be a physical therapist or have a career in massage after she retires from gymnastics. V. A./Oct 2003
|All Around||10||37.099||17||37.011||2004||ATHENS||Games of the XXVIII Olympiad|
|Balance Beam||8||8.750||2004||ATHENS||Games of the XXVIII Olympiad|
|All Around||16||37.511||39||36.955||2000||SYDNEY||Games of the XXVII Olympiad|
|Floor Exercise||10||9.625||2000||SYDNEY||Games of the XXVII Olympiad|
|All Around||13||36.362||10||36.511||2003||ANAHEIM||37th World Artistic Gymnastics Championships|
|All Around||22||34.942||6||36.349||2001||GHENT||35th World Artistic Gymnastics Championships|
|Uneven Bar||2||9.662||2000||GLASGOW||10th ART and 3rd RG World Cup Final|
|Balance Beam||8||8.462||2003||STUTTGART||21st DTB Pokal|
|Floor Exercise||7||8.687||2003||STUTTGART||21st DTB Pokal|
|Vault||5||9.062||2003||GLASGOW||Glasgow Grand Prix|
|Uneven Bar||7||8.250||2003||GLASGOW||Glasgow Grand Prix|
|Balance Beam||4||8.762||2003||GLASGOW||Glasgow Grand Prix|
|Floor Exercise||2||9.175||2003||GLASGOW||Glasgow Grand Prix|
|Uneven Bar||3||9.537||2004||HONOLULU||Pacific Alliance Gymnastics Championships 2004|
|Balance Beam||3||9.625||2004||HONOLULU||Pacific Alliance Gymnastics Championships 2004|
|Floor Exercise||5||9.275||2004||HONOLULU||Pacific Alliance Gymnastics Championships 2004|