Abbotsford Twisters athletes win at Western Canadians

Twisters athletes continued their strong season with great performances recently.

Twisters athletes continued their strong season with great performances recently.

Twisters gymnastics continued the 2016 season with a strong showing at the Western Canada Championships in Richmond from May 5 to 7.

The club took home 15 medals at the event.

Men’s medal winners included:

 

Level 4 – Team Silver

Jeremy Filiatrault: gold on horizontal bar and bronze on parallel bars

 

Elite 3 – Team Gold

Ethan Ikeda: gold on all-around, pommel horse, parallel bars and horizontal bar and silver on rings

 

National Open

– Kyle Machibroda:– gold on all-around, pommel horse and horizontal bar and bronze on parallel bars

– Elijah Horner: bronze on floor and vault

– Brendan Ansell: gold on floor

 

Women’s medal winners were:

Junior Olympic, 10 16+

Emily Moorthy: silver with Team BC

 

JO 9, 10-13

– Jordis Kliewer: silver with Team BC and bronze on floor

– Mikhayla Rosenow: silver on vault

– Marissa Engh: best placing on Floor

 

Twisters females also attended the Delta Invitational from May 5 to 8. Medal winners included:

 

JO, 8A Child

Megan MacLellan – gold all-around, vault and beam, silver on bars and bronze on floor

 

JO, 7B Child

Sierra Stobbe: gold on beam

 

JO, 6A Youth

Jordyn Tempel: bronze on bars and floor

 

JO, 6A Child

Kennedy Fast: silver all-around, on bars and beam

– Rolanda Donald: gold on bars and bronze on vault

– Chase Lloyd: bronze on beam

 

JO, 3B Senior

– Abby Cleveland: silver on vault and beam

– Lauren Robertson: silver on vault and bronze on floor

 

JO, 3B Junior

Caitlyn Carstensen – bronze on vault

 

JO, 3B Child

– Emily Phillips: gold on beam, silver all-around and on floor, and bronze on vault and bars

– Eliza Gooch: bronze all-around, on beam and floor

– Amelie Shea: silver on vault

– Roxanne Makara: silver on beam

 

For more information on the club, visit twistersgymbc.com.