Western Canadian Championship wins for Chilliwack gymnasts

Local gymnasts competed under the Twisters Gymnastics banner scored several medals against high level competition.

Sierra Stobbe was a gold medalist at last weekend’s Western Canadian Gymnastics Championships, held at the Richmond Oval.

Stobbe competed in the Junior Olympic (JO) 7B division, taking top spot on the beam and placing fourth all-round.

Stobbe and the other Chilliwackians represented Abbotsford’s Twisters Gymnastics Club.

Twister teammate Mikhayla Rosenow competed in the JO 9 division where she scored silver on the vault.

Chase Lloyd bagged bronze on the beam and placed seventh all-around in the JO 6A division.

Caitlyn Carstensen earned bronze in the JO 3B Junior group, finishing third on the vault and fifth all-around.

Emily Hajiadem was seventh all-around in the same division.

A crowded JO 3B Child group saw Eliza Gooch battle to bronze  on the beam, floor and all-around. Amelie Shea snagged silver on the vault and placed fourth all-around while Maya MacDonald Garcia placed fifth all-around.

Cara Brodowich was 12th all-around in the JO 3B Senior division.

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