Chimo gymnasts qualify for B.C.s

Isabella Pelletier leads the way at Orca Invitational meet in Duncan

 

 

 

Five gymnasts from Chimo Gymnastics Club recently competed in the Orca Invitational Gymnastics Meet in Duncan, B.C.  for an opportunity to compete at the B.C. Provincial Gymnastics Championships in Prince George, April 5-7.

After some tight competition in the P2 Novice, Tyro and Open Categories, Isabella Pelletier, Josee Jalbert, Hannah Vallevand, Maiah Tanner and Kira Magor qualified to compete at the Provincials by placing in the top six.

Pelletier posted the club’s best result of the weekend, scoring an overall second place finish in the Open category while Jalbert was right behind her, placing third in Novice. Vallevard and Magor rounded out the top six in Open and Novice respectively. The Orca meet was attended by gymnasts from both the Lower Mainland and Vancouver Island.

Other Chimo gymasts who will be competing and travelling to the Provincials are Sophia Mossie, (Level 3, Tyro), Kaylee Guignard (Level 3, Novice), Sawyer Sturam, (Level 3, Open), Lauren Carr, (Level 3, Open), and Kaitlin Hillard, (Level 3 Open).

“The club and supporters wish the team well in this upcoming meet,” a Chimo spokesperson said.

 

– Chimo Gymnastics Club

 

 

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