Kimberley's competitive gymnasts had a great season.

Kimberley's competitive gymnasts had a great season.

Promising spring for Kimberley Gymnastic Club

Good results at home and away meets for competitive gymnasts

The Kimberley Gymnastics Club had a very productive and exciting spring.  In early March, six athletes (four girls and two boys) from the club competed at the BC Provincial Championships.  In early May, the team competed at the Kootenay Zone Championships, and then capped off the season with the Kimberley Coconut Cup at the end of May.  The athletes now have summer training, and a well-deserved break, before regular classes resume in September.  Great job to all the athletes!

 

 

Results:

BC Provincial Championships – Kamloops, BC March 14-16

 

 

Level 2 Argo 2004 – Akaisha Duggan – 10th on floor and 16th all around

Level 2 Tyro 2002 – Katelyn Johnson – 9th on vault, 3rd on bars, 7th on floor and 11th  all around

Level 2 Tyro 2003- Ana Mousseau – 10th on floor, 18th all around

Emery Hoko – 24th all around

Level 1 Boys- TJFoley – Gold all around

Levi Bova – Silver all around

Kootenay Zone Gymnastics Championship – Nelson, BC May 1-3

 

 

Level 1 Argo Makayla Ashby – 1st all around

Level 1 Tyro Addie Watkins – 5th all around

Level 2 Argo Akaisha Duggan – 3rd all around

Level 2 Tyro Katelyn Johnson – 1st all around

Emery Hoko – 2nd all around

Ana Mousseau – 3rd all around

 

 

Kimberley Coconut Cup – Kimberley, BC May 30-31

 

 

Level 1 Argo Holly Gale – 1st all around

Marie Riemel – 2nd all around

Makayla Ashby – 3rd all around

Emma Barton – 6th all around

Level 1 Tyro Addie Watkins – 2nd all around

Level 2 Argo Akaisha Duggan – 1st all around

Level 2 Tyro – Katelyn Johnson – 1st all around

Ana Mousseau –  2nd all around

Emery Hoko – 3rd all around

High School Level1 – Jane Douglas – 1st all around

Performance Plus –  Marissa Ashby – Silver all around

Solana McRae – Gold all around

Leah Gray – Silver all around

Emily Panattoni – Silver all around

Jessica Gareau – Silver all around

Cindy Riemel – Silver all around

Hayley Laturnus – Silver all around

Kieran Cox – Silver all around

Boys Level 1 –

TJ Foley – Gold all around

Levi Bova – Silver all around

Performance Plus

(Boys)

Liam Duggan – Silver all around

Interclub – Cindy Riemel, Kana Dogolpol,

 

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