| Place Of Birth || Etobicoke, Ontario, Canada |
| Residence || Toronto, Ontario, Canada |
| International Debut || 2003 |
| Preferred Apparatus || all: Vault, Beam, Uneven Bars, Floor |
| Coach || Carol-Angela Orchard |
| Recent Results || World Championships (Melbourne, Australia Nov-2005)|
10th in the Women's Uneven Bars (9.362 pts)
Canadian Championships (Vancouver, British Columbia May-2005)
1st in the Women's Beam (9.000 pts)
2nd in the Women's Uneven Bars (9.475 pts)
5th in the Women's Floor (9.150 pts)
6th in the Women's Vault (8.537 pts)
7th in the Women's All Around (34.975 pts)
| Commonwealth |
| Melbourne 2006|
Bronze in the Womens Team (162.550 pts)
did not compete
| Olympic |
| has not competed |
| Other || Elyse began gymnastics at 4 years of age and has been long seen as one of Canada's most promising young artistic gymnasts. In her World Cup debut in February 2004 in Long Island, New York she competed against a top international field and qualified for finals in every event in which she was entered. Just over a month later she made all four event finals at a World Cup in Sao Paulo, Brazil, narrowly missing a medal after a controversial judging call dropped her from third to fourth in the beam event.|
In September Elyse, just over a month after her 16th birthday, won her first gold medal at an international meet with a victory on beam at the Massilia Cup in Marseille, France.
She later won the all around title at the Gymnix International in Montreal and took the gold medal on beam at the Canadian championships.
She is currently ranked 10th in the world on Bars, her best ever ranking. Her sporting goals beyond Melbourne are a 2007 World Championships top 8 finish and a 2008 Olympic Games top 5 finish.
Elyse's goal for the Melbourne Commonwealth Games is to win a medal in All Around, Team, Beam and Bars. She has a difficult beam routine that includes an aerial cartwheel - not done by anyone else in the world.