Chilliwack’s golden girls shine at Port Moody gymnastics meet

Representing Abbotsford’s Twisters Gymnastics, Chilliwackians accounted for nine podium placements.

Three Chilliwack gymnasts grabbed gold medals at the TAG Cup Invitational meet, which was held May 12-14 in Port Moody.

Representing Abbotsford’s Twisters Gymnastics Club, Amelie Shea competed in the Junior Olympian (JO) level four group, for athletes born between September 2008 and 2009.

Shea dazzled, finishing first on the vault and bars while grabbing silver all-around. The same group saw Eliza Gooch score silver on the vault and finish seventh all-around.

The JO level seven division saw Sierra Stobbe grab gold on the floor and finish fourth all-around, with Caitlyn Carstensen finishing 11th all-around.

Mikhayla Rosenow starred in the JO level nine division, finishing first on the vault and bars, third on the beam and earning bronze all-around.

Brienna Baspar was fifth all-around in the JO level 10 group.

Emily Hajiadem was seventh all-around in the JO level five division and Maya Macdonald-Garcia was sixth in the JO level four division for gymnasts born between July 2007 and Aug. 2008.

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