Podium placing for Chilliwack gymnasts

Chilliwack athletes had successful showings at the Twisters Invitational Gymnastics Meet, held last weekend in Abbotsford.

Four Chilliwackians found podium placing at last weekend’s Twisters Invitational Meet in Abbotsford.

Top gymnasts from around the country made the trip, and Team Australia’s presence highlighted the women’s side.

Chilliwack’s Zachary Clay competed in the national men’s senior division, winning silver on the parallel bars.

Jeremy Gaspar competed in the national men’s open division, winning gold on the rings.

Brienna Gaspar competed in the women’s provincial level-four tyro group, snagging gold on the beam, silver  on the bars (tie), floor and all-around and bronze on the vault (tie).

Chloe De Coene competed in the women’s kip two event, bagging bronze on the vault.

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