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Alexandra Landry (born February 10, 1994) is a Canadian rhythmic gymnast. She represented her country at international competitions and competed in the 2012 Summer Olympics in London. She has also competed in world championships, including the team competition at the 2011 World Rhythmic Gymnastics Championships.

Alexandra Landry made her Olympic debut in 2012 with the rhythmic gymnastics team, which finished 11th in the group stage in London.

Canada’s six-man team, consisting of Anastasiya Muntyanu, Anjelika Reznik, Kelsey Titmarsh, Katrina Cameron, Rosie Cossar and Landry, earned only 12 points in the September 2011 London Olympics group stage at the 2011 World Championships in Montpellier, France One of the group stage seats. Berth was named the best team in America.

In 2012, Canada competed in the Olympic Games for the first time as a team event, making its Olympic debut at the 1996 Atlanta Games.

Landry was part of the 2011 Pan American Games team that won three medals in Guadalajara, including two silvers and a bronze.

Landry began rhythmic gymnastics in 2002 and made his first international competition in 2007.

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