Andrée-Anne Côté

Full Name Andrée-Anne Côté
Nation Canada
Birthdate March 27, 1998
Olympics 2020
Status Retired (May 2022)
Social Media Instagram
Career Highlights

2020 Olympian… Gold medalist at the 2019 Pan American Games… Competed at the 2017 and 2019 World Championships…Member of the junior national team from 2014-2016…Competed at the 2014 and 2016 Jr. World Championships.

2022: Competed in the team events in three World Series legs before retiring in May.

2021: Placed sixth in team at the Olympic Games… Competed as part of the team and highlight routines at the virtual World Series #4 and the Super Final.

2020Did not compete internationally due to the COVID-19 pandemic and the cancellation of all meets.

2019: Won gold in team at the Pan American Games and qualified the country to the Olympics in the event…Placed fourth in highlight and sixth in technical team and free team at the FINA World Championships… Competed in four world series events – Alexandroupoli, Tokyo, Beijing, Quebec City – and the Super Final in Budapest… Helped Canada win the overall world series title…Competed in the technical duet with Halle Pratt throughout world series meets.

2018: Won two bronze in technical and free team at the Canadian Open… Earned silver in free team and a bronze in technical team at the Synchro America Open…Also competed at the UANA Pan American Championships with her club Dollard Synchro and at Canadian Nationals.

2017: Only competed at the FINA World Championships in technical team, where she finished seventh.

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