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Victoria Moors Returns to Competition

After being mysteriously being absent from competition most of 2014, Canadian gymnast Victoria Moors is returning to competition.

Victoria, who competed with Canada at the 2012 Olympic Games, will compete in Elite Canada which per the Gymternet, is her first competition back since she won bronze at the Canadian Championships in May. She was named to the Commonwealth Games team, but mysteriously withdrew for reasons unknown.

Since then, it's been all quiet on the Moors front for quite sometime. A couple months ago, she posted a video of herself shooting stunt footage for the upcoming gymnastics movie, Full Out. In between, she found time to start a make-up blog, Tori Moors Make-Up.

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Victoria is most famous for her dynamic and artistic floor routine.  At the Antwerp 2013 World Championships, she successfully competed the laid out double double and got the skill named for her in the code of points.


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