(sorry for the video from Brazilian TV- still looking for a high-quality English version).
If there was any lingering doubt 15-year-old Victoria Moors belongs on the gymnastics team going to the Olympics this summer, she's blowing that out the door.
The Cambridge gymnast had another very strong performance at an international meet this month - this time bringing home silver from the Zibo World Cup in China. She wowed with her difficult tumbling lines coupled with an artistic touch, landing her a fraction away from gold in total points.
Moors also placed fifth on uneven bars and Dymnamo Gymnastics teammate Madeline Gardiner was sixth on balance beam.
Since bursting onto the senior circuit last fall, Moors has impressed crowds and judges with her powerful floor routines. She isn't just being talked about as a Olympic hopeful - Canada's gymnastics community is putting its medal hopes on her shoulders.
If Moors qualifies for the Games and goes on to win a spot in the floor final - as many observers are predicting - she'll have reached a height only a handful of Canadian gymnasts have ever touched.
Since Canada first began competing at the Olympics in 1956, only two women have reached an event final: Kelly Brown on vault at the boycotted 1984 Games, and Kate Richardson at the 2004 Games in Athens.