Kelowna Skating Club cleans up in Armstrong

Sixteen medals for local club at Okanagan Interclub Competition

Kelowna’s Gabrielle Jugnauth won the Star 5 girls U13 division at the Okanagan Interclub Competition.

The Kelowna Skating Club had a successful weekend in Armstrong at the Okanagan Interclub Competition, with 16 local skaters bringing home 15 medals.

A highlight occurred at the Pre-Juvenile level, as Kelowna skaters swept the podium. Leading the charge was Taiya Knight, flanked by Mackenzie Nelmes and Paige Edgar with the silver and bronze medals.

Nelmes added to her medal win with a gold medal in the Star 7/8 Elements event, while Edgar added a bronze in Star 6 Elements.

Eight year-old Gabrielle Jugnauth won a pair of medals of her own. She struck gold in the Star 5 Girls under 13 event, while winning silver in the Star 5 Elements event.

Kelowna’s Katie Jones also captured a pair of medals, as she won gold in Creative Improv and silver in Open Elements. As did Ariana Rose, with a silver in Star 4 Elements and bronze in Star 4 Girls under 10.

Konstantina Lock won gold in Star 4 Girls under 10, while BC Champion Emily Sales did likewise in Juvenile Women.

Completing the medal haul were Megan Yudin with a silver in Star 5 Girls under 13, and Aurora Schultz with a silver medal in Star 7/8 Elements.

Here are the full results:

Star 4 Girls U10: Konstantina Lock 1st; Ariana Rose 3rd

Star 4 Girls U13 group 2: Camille Jolicoeur 5th

Star 5 Girls U13: Gabrielle Jugnauth 1st; Megan Yudin 2nd; Lauren Viau 7th

Star 5 Girls O13: Amy Richardson 4th

Gold Women: Olivia Trampuh 4th

Pre-Juvenile Women: Taiya Knight 1st; Mackenzie Nelmes 2nd; Paige Edgar 3rd; Aurora Schultz 4th

Juvenile Women: Emily Sales 1st; Kiera Atkins 4th; Katie Jones 5th

Creative Improv: Katie Jones 1st

Star 4 Elements: Ariana Rose 2nd; Calissa Adlem 5th

Star 5 Elements: Gabrielle Jugnauth 2nd; Megan Yudin 5th; Konstantina Lock 8th

Star 6 Elements: Paige Edgar 3rd

Star 7/8 Elements: Mackenzie Nelmes 1st; Aurora Schultz 2nd

Open Elements: Katie Jones 2nd; Emily Sales 4th

 

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