Great results for Trail gymnasts

“The coaches were very pleased with everyone’s effort and it was a great meet to kick off the season.” ~ Coach Nicola Marynowski

Trail Gymnasts had a strong showing in Kimberley last weekend at the Snowflake Mini-Meet.

The Trail Gymnastics Club sent 16 gymnasts to the Bavarian City for its first competition of the season, and all the gymnasts had strong performances, said coach Nicola Marynowski.

“The coaches were very pleased with everyone’s effort and it was a great meet to kick off the season.”

Jendaya Shields won third all around in the competitive Junior Olympics (JO) 6 class, and in the High School level 2 category Teslyn Buehler, Paulina Seib and Charlotte Gibson all took home gold all around, while Emmie Ihas and Ellery Shields captured gold all around in the JO3 and JO2 categories, respectively.

Competing in the Interclub category were Madison McKenzie, Gryffin Jamin, Maddox Holliday, and Raya Delaire, while Olivya Teasdale contended in the Performance Plus category. Ellery Shields competed in JO 2, Emmie Ihas JO 3, Jasmine Wyatt JO 3, and Jendaya Shields JO 6. Anna Anhel, Teslyn Buehler, Kathryn Daines, Nicole Smith, Paulina Seib, Molly Jamin, and Charlotte Gibson all competed in the High School Category.

The next meet is the Glacier Gymnastics Judges Cup in Nelson on Feb.13th. For more information, visit the website at www.trailgymnastics.ca.

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