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                        VANDA HADAREAN

Vanda Hadarean was born in Cluj on May 3, 1976
started gymnastics when she was 6
favorite gymnasts are Nadia Comaneci, Ecaterina Szabo and Aurelia Dobre favorite apparatus was floor
in '89 she moved from the jr. team to Deva and the national team
coached in Peterbourough, Ontario

Accepted a position at Moceanu's Gymnastics in Houston, Texas but the gym had closed .
The gym closing caused Vanda Hadarean to return back to Romania

                Vanda Hadarean Results:
1990 Chunichi Cup: 14th AA
1991 Jr. Euros: 1st AA, 1st UB, 4th FX, 6th B
1991 Worlds: 3rd Team
1991 Swiss Cup: 7th AA
1991 Arthur Gander Memorial: 3rd AA
1992 Balkan Championships: 1st Team, 3rd AA
1992 Medico Cup: 3rd AA
1992 Euros: 3rd AA, 4th B, 6th UB, 7th FX
1992 Olympics: 2nd Team
1993 American Cup: 6th AA
1993 International Mixed Pairs: 10th AA
1993 Swiss Cup: 14th AA
1993 Arthur Gander Memorial: 7th AA


2005 : Fame -regional qualifier (Montreal, Canada):
           1st in fitness (qualified as a PRO) ; 3rd modeling (qualified to advace)

          Fame World Championship (Toronto, Canada):
          5th in fitness, 3rd in modeling (qualified for PRO)

           Neutron Canadian Nationals (Ottawa, Canada):
           1st fitness....MISS FITNESS CANADA
           (qualified to go to Ms. Fitness Worlds)

           MS. Fitness Worlds (Las Vegas, USA): 4th fitness
           Sportlab Model Search (London, Canada): 1st Fitness Modeling

2006: Fitness Atlantic (Conneticut, USA):
          1st Fitness 2nd modeling (short category)

          Fame World Championship (Toronto , Canada):
          1st Fitness PRO ; 5th Modeling PRO

          Neutron Canadian Nationals (Ottawa, Canada):
          1st Fitness...Miss Fitness Canada

          Ms. Fitness Worlds (Las Vegas, USA): 2nd fitness


   Vanda Hadarean retired from competitive gymnastics in 1994. She finished high school in Deva, then moved on to a sports university. Shortly after enrolling in university, Vanda received an offer she could not refuse: a coaching position in Canada. Vanda quit school and moved to Canada.

During her time in Canada, Vanda Hadarean worked at Mountain Star Gymnastics in Hamilton, Ontario and a second gym in Peterborough, Ontario. Although her time in Canada was unfortunately not her happiest, things were much improved when former teammate Cristina Bontas arrived in Canada to coach alongside Vanda.

After more than two years coaching in Canada, Vanda Hadarean moved to the USA to coach in Houston, Texas at Moceanu Gymnastics Incorporated (MGI). When MGI closed, Vanda Hadarean moved to South Carolina to coach at Golden Strip Gymnastics (now renamed Champions Gymnastics).

This position was short-lived however, and Vanda Hadarean returned to Romania. Back home, Vanda began working for a private aerobics club, EOS Aerobic Centre, in Cluj-Napoca. The gym is owned by Mariana Bagiu, a retired basketball player, and her husband, the owner of Cluj University Sports Club.

  Vanda Hadarean also posed for Romanian Playboy, appearing in the August 2000 issue. "Everything was perfect and I'm glad I had this experience," she said about the shoot, which earned her $5,000.

  Vanda Hadarean returned to Canada in early November 2000, and began coaching at Mountain Star Gymnastics in Hamilton again. In mid-2001 she began a new coaching position at Tumblers Gymnastics Centre in Ottawa, Canada's capital.

  Vanda Hadarean served as the club's first provincial-level coach, focusing on choreography and strengthening the club's female elite programme. "I like to be in the gym with the girls, trying to give them a feel for it and having them like it," she told the Ottawa Citizen.



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