Provincial Level 1 athletes attending the Prince George gymnastic invitationals

Quesnel gymnasts excel in P.G.

Prince George hosted a gymnastics invitational May 3 – 4.

  • May. 21, 2014 10:00 a.m.

Prince George hosted a gymnastics invitational May 3 – 4.

Members of the Quesnel Technics Gymnastics Club (QTGC) participated, with athletes attending the competition bringing back some fantastic results for Quesnel.

In the Men’s Zone Championships Issac Woodllends was 4th overall, working hard to take home bronze medals in pommel horse, parallel bars and hi bar.

Competing for Pre-Argo Girls was gymnast Courtney Kitamura winning silver on beam and floor, Bronze on vault and bars to earn herself bronze overall.

Emily Mooreside won the bronze medal on beam and was 8th overall for Level 1 Girls Argo.

For Level 1 Girls Tyro Danielle Gamache placed 7th on beam and floor and 8th in vault, with fellow QTGC member Sydney Williams also winning 7th place on floor.

Winning silver on beam and floor, 4th on bar and vault and second overall in Level 2 Girls Argo was Preseley Kitamura.

Winning gold on Floor for the Level 2 Girls Novice was Taya Mueller.

Participated in the Level 3 Girls division gymnast Madison Moore won 4th on beam, 7th on vault and 8th on bars.

Winning gold for her overall performance for Level 3 Girls was Emily Gorder. This accomplished athlete also took home gold on Floor, silver on beam and vault and bronze on bars.

Alyssa Schneider won bronze on beam, floor, and overall for her performances in the Level 3 Girls category.

Also competing in Level 3 Girls was Jessica Higgins, winning gold on vault as well as beam and silver on bars.

Winning gold for the Interclub were QTGC members Hannah Brown for vault, beam and overall performance, Kaitlyn Horth on floor and Lidia Solecki on vault.

Both Horth and Solecki also took home silver for their overall performance.

Also placing for the Interclub was Tatum Mueller receiving silver on vault, beam, floor, and for overall performance.

The QTGC will be travelling again to participate in upcoming meets in Fort St. John May 23 – 24, and in Kelowna on May 30 – June 2.

 

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