Sydny Lebrun shows great balance on the beam at the Comox Valley Gymnastics Championships, March 9 at the Lewis Centre. Lebrun was named the Girls Gymnastics Champion at the event. Photo by Terry Farrell

Comox Valley gymnasts and trampolinists celebrate season at championship event

Comox Valley Gymnastics Championships results

  • Mar. 14, 2019 11:30 a.m.

The recreational gymnastics winter season came to an end March 9 with the 59th annual Comox Valley Gymnastics Championships, at the Lewis Centre in Courtenay.

More than 100 competitors attended the day-long event, which featured gymnastics and trampolining competitions for athletes aged 5-16.

The following winners were crowned at the event:

Trampoline L1 trophy winner: Noah Lapointe

Trampoline L 2/3 trophy winner: Chase Balbon

Girls Gymnastics champion: Sydny Lebrun

Boys Gymnastics champion: Chase Balbon

Best All Around trophy: Annika Balbon

Outstanding Effort medallion: Alexis Belanger

Dedication & Drive medallion: Tianna Belanger.

The spring season gets underway in early April. For more information, contact the Lewis Centre at 250-338-5371.

 

Tianna Belanger shows good form on the beam during the Comox Valley Gymnastics Championships Saturday at the Lewis Centre. Belanger won the Dedication & Drive Medallion at the event. Photo by Terry Farrell

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