Kelowna athletes soar at Okanagan Invitational

Okanagan Gymnastics Centre hosts trampoline competition

Okanagan Gymnastics Centre’s trampoline athletes performed in familiar surroundings at the Okanagan Invitational held last weekend in Kelowna.

The competition was a trial for the Trampoline Gymnastics Canadian Championships this July in Oshawa, Ont.

Results for OGC athletes were:

• Travis Towers finished 1st on level 5 Trampoline and on level 5 double mini trampoline was 7th

• Carter Calvert placed second on level 5 Trampoline

• Brett Judson finished 3rd on level 4 Trampoline

• Andrew Martin won the men’s Senior Trampoline

• Kelly Dolgopol earned 2nd on Level 4 Trampoline and on level 4 double mini trampoline was 6th

• Jordan Macdonald was 11th on level 5 Trampoline and on level 5 double mini trampoline finished in 1st

• Jaylin Otteson finished 10thon level 5 Trampoline and on level 5 double mini trampoline was 13th

• Taya Lawless finished 3rdon both level 5 Trampoline and on level 5 double mini trampoline.

• Janiah Harris was 4th on level 5 Trampoline, 8th on level 5 double mini trampoline and finished 2ndon level 5 synchronized trampoline with her partner and twin sister, Vanna Harris.

• Vanna Harris earned 7th on level 5 Trampoline and 5thon level 5 double mini trampoline along with her silver medal for the synchronized trampoline performance.

• Jordyn Yendley finished 1st on level 6 17u Trampoline and 1ston Junior double mini trampoline.

• Max Vandenberg finished 13th on level 4 Trampoline

• Isaac Sowinski finished 8th on level 4 Trampoline and 7th on level 4 double mini trampoline.

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