OGC athletes find podium at B.C. artistic gymnastics

Kelowna competitors win medals at provincials in Prince George

Bradley Clegg led the Okanagan Gymnastics Centre’s medal haul at the B.C. artistic gymnastics championships last weekend in Prince George.

Clegg came out on top of the men’s level 2 (11-12) category winning the gold medal.

In the Men’s Level 1 competition, the boys receive gold, silver or bronze on each event based on their performance and score.

Willis Plant finished with gold all around, earning five golds on floor, pommel horse, vault, parallel bars and horizontal bars.  Plant earned a silver on the rings.

Dylan Hehr finished with silver all around, gold on floor, vault and parallel bars and silver on pommel horse, rings, and horizontal bar.

In the Level 4 competition, Shane Hiscock finished second all around after winning the parallel bars and earning a bronze medal on the floor and horizontal bar.

Jase Goerzen finished second on vault and third place on rings and parallel bars.

Lucas Fabian earned the title of provincial champion on the floor exercise in the Level 4 category.

In the National Youth category, Liam Dawson earned a bronze medal on the pommel horse.

Kolten Marino earned a bronze medal on the floor exercise in the same category.

In the women’s competition, Jillian Beaudreau finished in second place all around in the Women’s Provincial 2 Argo (10 and under) category.  Beaudreau also finished with a bronze medals on the vault and uneven bars.

Grace Akurienne is the provincial champion in the Women’s Provincial 2 Argo vault.

In the Pre-Novice Aspire category, Gabriela Beselt finished with a silver medal all around after winning the Provincial title on both vault and uneven bars.



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