Chimo gymnasts brought home 18 medals from the Garden City Meet.

Chimo gymnasts garner 18 medals at Garden City Meet

Gymnasts from Chimo Gymnastics took home 18 medals and  over 40 top-10 placings at the Garden City Meet in the Victoria region last weekend. Gymnasts from all over the Island competed for top spots in Levels 1-8 as well as interclub competitions.

In the Junior Olympic (JO) Level 2 events Kenzie took home the gold in all around, floor, beam and uneven bars along with placing 4th on vault.  Jillian placed 4th all around, 2nd on bars and beam, 5th on vault and floor.  Raina rounded out this talented group of gymnasts with a second on vault, 6th on bars, 9th on beam and 8th in floor and all around.

In JO Level 3A Brynn  claimed 2nd all around and on floor, gold on beam and 4th on bars and 6th on vault.  In JO Level 3B Taylor  also took the silver all around and in floor, gold on beam, 3rd on bars and 6th on vault.

There were three Chimo athletes competing at JO Level 3C.  Jade Comeau earned a gold on beam, 3rd all around, 4th in floor and vault and 6th on bars. Abby  took gold in floor, silver in bars, 4th all around and 10th in vault and beam. Kaili came 4th on bars, 7th on beam, 9th on vault and all around and 10th on floor.  Monique also competed in JO Level 3 and placed 7th in vault, 9th in bars and 8th on beam.

Emma and Brooke competed in JO Level 6 with Emma placing 10th all around, 5th on vault, 8th on bars and floor. Brooke took home 7th in vault, 8th on floor and 9th on bars.  In JO Level 7 & 8, Kira Magor took home 4th on beam, Isabella Pelltier grabbed 7th on floor and 10th on bars while Sawyer Sturam placed 4th on floor, 8th on bars, 9th all around and on vault and 10th on beam.

Coaches Toni Vance and Ford White commented that, “Abby, Ella, Rachel, Erika, Ella, Thea, Mya, Sarah, Annika, Adrian and Lenna performed very well in the interclub session at Garden City.”

 

– Chimo Gymnastics

 

 

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