Chimo gymnasts

Chimo gymnasts holding open house on June 18

Chimo Gymnastics invites everyone to join them and celebrate our local athletes by attending the Chimo year-end display on Saturday, June 18 at 10-10:30 a.m., followed by an open house.

Athletes have been working hard on a choreographed display of skills to present to the community to celebrate their year of hard work and amazing skill development.

Chimo Gymnastics athletes recently attended meets in Victoria on May 20-22 and Campbell River on May 29. Coaches Toni, Ford, Trevor and Saskia had 33 female competitive athletes in seven categories plus 21 interclub and interclub-plus athletes competing.

In Victoria, 13 female gymnasts placed in the top 10 overall for their age categories, with Malaiah Ceria and Charlie Graham placing second overall and Thea Parker placing third overall.

At the Island Championships River, 15 athletes placing in the top 10 overall for their age categories.

Kenzie Pritoula placed first overall in her category, while Jade Blouin Comeau and Thea Parker placed second in their respective categories.

Four athletes from Chimo also placed third in their age categories: Charlie Graham, Mya Drobot, Taylor Paquette-Parker and Malaiah Ceria.

“Congratulations to all the athletes,” a Chimo spoke

 

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