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Kristina Vaculik
Position: All-Around
Height: 5'1"
Year: Redshirt Senior
Hometown: Whitby, Ontario, Canada
High School: Sinclair Secondary School
Club: Gemini Gymnastics
Major: Human Biology
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2015 Season (RS Senior)

  • Earned an NCAA Postgraduate Scholarship
  • Pac-12 All-Academic honorable mention
  • Registered two of Stanford's top-10 scores on floor and in the all-around, and one top-10 score on floor, bars and beam
  • Recorded two individual event victories
  • Tied for fifth on beam (9.900) and tied for eighth on bars (9.900) at the NCAA Championships Super Six (April 18)
  • Tied for sixth in the all-around and tied for eighth on floor (9.850) at the NCAA Morgantown Regional (April 4)
  • Placed fourth in the all-around (39.450), tied for fifth on bars (9.900), tied for eighth on floor (9.900) and tied for ninth on beam (9.850) at the Pac-12 Championships (March 21)
  • Made her season-debut in the all-around (39.275) and tied for fourth on floor (9.900) at No. 8 UCLA (March 7)
  • Tied for first on bars (9.925) and tied for third on beam (9.850) against No. 25 Washington (March 2)
  • Finished first on vault with a 9.925 at No. 20 California (Feb. 8)
  • Made her season-debut at Arizona State, scoring 9.875 on beam and 9.625 on vault (Jan. 31)

2014 Season (RS Junior)

  • First Team All-American in the all-around, bars and beam
  • All-Pac-12 First Team selection in the all-around
  • Pac-12 All-Academic Honorable mention
  • Led Stanford with 16 individual victories, hitting 90 percent (46-for-51) of her routines on the season
  • Was particularly impressive against Pac-12 competition, with all 15 of her 16 individual wins coming against conference opponents
  • Claimed victories in uneven bars (6), all-around (4), floor exercise (3), balance beam (2) and vault (1)
  • Led the conference with three Pac-12 Gymnast of the Week selections
  • Placed third on bars (9.900) and a seventh on beam (9.875) at the NCAA Individual Event Finals (April 20)
  • Tied for first on bars (9.925) and tied for second on beam (9.900) at the NCAA Semifinals (April 18)
  • Tied for the NCAA Baton Rouge Regional title on bars with a 9.950 and finished third in the all-around (April 5)
  • Tied for third on bars (9.925) and tied for ninth on beam (9.875) at the Pac-12 Championships (March 22)
  • Pac-12 Gymnast of the Week (March 3-9)
  • Claimed individual victories in the all-around (39.550), bars (9.925), beam (9.875) and floor (9.900) against California (March 3)
  • Pac-12 Gymnast of the Week (Feb. 17-23)
  • Tied for the individual victory at No. 9 UCLA (Feb. 22)
  • Scored a career-best 9.950 to finish second on floor, and tied for fourth on vault (9.850) and beam (9.825) against No. 4 Utah (Feb. 17)
  • Claimed individual victories in the all-around (39.600), bars (9.925), beam (9.925) and floor (9.900) at No. 24 Washington (Feb. 8)
  • Finished first on vault (9.900), second on floor (9.925) and third on bars (9.875) at Oregon State (Feb. 3)
  • Tied her collegiate best on beam with a 9.900 in a quad meet at UC Davis (Jan. 26)
  • Named the Pac-12 Gymnast of the Week for the week of Jan. 13-19
  • Earned three individual victories, tying or setting collegiate bests, in the all-around (39.425), bars (9.925) and floor (9.925) in a tri-meet against No. 19 Arizona and Sacramento State (Jan. 19)
  • Tied for Stanford's highest score on bars (9.875), and second-highest scores on beam (9.850) and floor (9.875) in the Cardinal's win over No. 8 Georgia (Jan. 12)
  • Recorded a meet-best 9.875 on bars and tied her collegiate best on floor (9.825) at the NorCal Quad Meet (Jan. 5)
  • Recorded six of Stanford’s top-10 scores on bars, five-of-10 on floor (including the top two), three-of-10 on beam and two-of-10 on vault
  • Competed in all 13 meets on bars and beam, 12 on floor, 11 on vault and 10 in the all-around

2013 Season (RS Sophomore)

  • Scored a collegiate-bests of 9.900 on beam at Utah (Feb. 23) and 9.900 on vault in a tri-meet against California and Oregon State (March 1)
  • Claimed two victories after scoring a collegiate-best 9.925 on bars twice (at Arizona Quad meet, Jan. 12; vs. Arizona State, Feb. 15) - tying her for the team's second-highest scores on the season
  • Competed in all 12 meets on bars and beam, and nine competitions on vault
  • Scored a 9.775 or higher on bars in 10 of 12 meets
  • Competed in the all-around three times, earning a collegiate-best 39.300 at Utah (Feb. 23)
  • Pac-12 All-Academic honorable mention

2012 Season (Sophomore): Took the academic year off to prepare for the 2012 Olympic Games.


2011 Season (Freshman)

  • Competed in all four events during her freshman season, achieving scores of 9.825 in each
  • Competed nine times on bars, five each on beam and floor, and twice on vault
  • Participated in three events in two meets
  • Posted Stanford's best score in the bars in the NCAA Ann Arbor Regional, tying for third with a 9.875
  • Earned the first individual victory of her career on Feb. 18 at Arizona, tying for first in the bars (9.850).


  • Competed in the 2012 Olympic Games in London, helping Canada to fifth place, its highest-ever team finish
  • Scored 14.166 on the uneven bars and 13.433 on balance beam in the team final
  • In the team qualifying round, scored 53.566 to finish as the third alternate for the individual all-around final
  • Won the all-around title at the Canadian championships in Regina, Saskatchewan, scoring 56.700
  • In the Canadian event finals, she won the bars (14.400) and the beam (14.600), and was second on floor (14.000), and fourth on vault (14.225)
  • She has won nine Canadian national championships, including three all-around titles (2007, 2010, 2012)
  • She also has won three titles on bars (2008, 2010, 2012), two on beam (2010, 2012), and one on vault (2010)
  • Also captured first in the all-around (55.150) in Canada's Final Olympic Selection meet
  • Also competed in the 2011 World Championships in Tokyo, scoring 52.831 in the team qualifying round
  • Won three medals at the 2011 Pan Am Games in Guadalajara, Mexico ... she won a silver with her team, won a bronze in the all-around (54.777), a silver on the beam (13.925), and was fourth on floor (13.500)
  • Won four of five possible individual titles at the 2010 Canadian national championships ... captured her second national all-around title (55.950 points), as well as gold medals on the beam (14.20), bars (14.05), and vault (14.00)
  • Competed at the World Championships (October 2010) in Rotterdam, Netherlands, where she finished 30th in all-around qualifying competition and finished two spots from reaching the finals
  • Won the 2007 Canadian all-around title and placed 14th at the world championships that year
  • 2006 Canadian junior champion in all-around, beam and floor
  • Had surgery on right elbow in December, 2008, to correct a condition known as osteochondritis dissecans in which the blood supply to the area at the end of the bone is cut off
  • Resumed full training in July, 2009
  • Returned to competition in December 2009 at Elite Canada where she was runner-up in the all around and first on uneven bars and floor
  • In February 2010, won all-around at the Nadia Comaneci International in Oklahoma City and won all four events at Gymnix International Cup in Montreal ... won two golds and two silvers at World Cup in Cottbus, Germany in March 2010.

Club/High School

  • Coached by Russia's 1980 Olympic all-around champion Yelena Davydova at Gemini Gymnastics in Oshawa, Ontario.


  • Has two brothers and a sister
  • dad played rugby and excelled at table tennis
  • enjoys water skiing and drawing.
  Vault Bars Beam Floor All-Around
2011 9.825 9.875 9.850 9.825 --
2012 Did not compete        
2013 9.900 9.925 9.900 9.800 39.300
2014 9.900 9.950 9.925 9.950 39.600
2015 9.925 9.925 9.875 9.900 39.275
Collegiate bests 9.900 9.950 9.925 9.950 39.600