Trial by gymnastics

QTGC were in Prince George early this month to compete in the B.C. Winter Games Trials and the P.G. Judge's Cup.

The Quesnel Technics Gymnastics club were in Prince George early this month to compete in the B.C. Winter Games Trials and the P.G. Judge’s Cup.

Gymnasts competed to grab a spot on the zone 8 gymnastics team at the trial.

Jessica Higgins managed to find a place for herself on the team, qualifying as an alternate athlete.

Higgins also won the bars event.

Madison Moore, Alyssa Schneider and Emily Gorder achieved personal bests in the trial.

While the team of four was at the trials, the rest of the team competed at the Judge’s Cup.

Sierra Moore won the beam event and was third place on vault.

Sydney Williams, Danielle Gamache, and Emily Mooreside competed for the first time ever, achieving personal bests on vault and floor.

Courtney Kitamura performed confidently for her first competition, with a Silver on vault and beam, bronze on bars, floor and overall.

Isaac Woollends results are TBA as they are being video-judged by Men’s Judges in Vancouver.

 

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