Jordyn Yendley and Andrew Martin came home with medals from the Canadian trampoline championships. -Image: OGC

National medals for OGC duo

Jordyn Yendley won her third Canadian title in double mini trampoline

Kelowna’s Jordyn Yendley has added another national gymnastics title to her growing collection.

The Okanagan Gymnastics Centre athlete captured the junior women’s double mini trampoline title last weekend at the Canadian Championships in Oshawa, Ont.

Jordyn finished with 66.80 points, .6 better than runner up Alexandra Forest from Alberta.

The latest gold medal adds to Jordyn’s wins in the level 6 double mini at nationals in both 2015 and 2016.

Jordyn also competed in the level 6 trampoline event in Oshawa and placed sixth.

OGC’s Andrew Martin also reached the podium at nationals, winning bronze in the senior men’s trampoline.

Taya Lawless finished sixth in women’s level 5, under-16 Double Mini Trampoline and fifth in women’s level 5, under-16 trampoline.

Carter Calvert finished 29th on men’s level 5 trampoline at his first Canadian Championships.

Jordan Macdonald finished 12th in women’s level 5, under-16 double mini trampoline and 34th in women’s level 5, under-16 trampoline.

Andrew Oliver was second after preliminaries in men’s level 6, 17+, but was unable to compete in finals due to sustaining an injury during warm up.

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