Gymnastics Centre held its annual Winter Wonderland Tumblers
Classic meet on the weekend with competition in a variety
of different levels and age groups.
Ochomogo (1st), Sophie Cook (2nd) and Elisha MacLean-
Butts (3rd) swept the top three positions in the Level
2 11-year-old division at the Tumblers Classic Winter
Wonderland meet. Photo courtesy of Tumblers
the medalists were a number of Tumblers who walked away
with gold silver and bronze. Claire Parsons swept all four
apparatus in the Level 3 age 12 division to take home the
All Around gold medal. She tied for first place in balance
beam, vault and uneven bars and won on floor.
Orfali took home the All Around gold in the Level 4, 15
and over division. She earned top marks on the balance beam
and finished second on vault and floor.
she didn’t win an individual apparatus gold medal, Emma
Britton won the All Around gold in the Level 5, 14 and 15
age group after she placed second in all four disciplines.
but by no means least, Alexandra Van der Velden won the
All Around gold medal in the Level 2, 13 and over division
thanks to a first place result in beam and floor and a pair
of second place results in vault and uneven bars. Fellow
Tumbler Annika Plante finished second in the division after
placing first on bars and second on beam.
gymnasts also swept the top three positions in the Level
2, 11-year-old division. Isabella Ochomogo came in first,
Sophie Cook second and Elisha MacLean- Butts third.
results of note include Lauryn Sabbaugh’s gold medal floor
routine in the Level 6, 10-year-old division; Aldyn Murphy’s
gold medal routines on vault and floor in the Level 6, 12-year-old
division; and Amelia Mikovich’s gold medal performance on
beam in the Level 7, 11- and 12-year-old division.
east end gymnasts who fared well include Janique Boulet
from the Club gymnastique Les Sittelles who won the All
Around gold medal in the Level 7, 15 and over division and
Hannah Washburn from the Gloucester Cumberland Gymnastics
Centre who won the All Around gold medal in Level 1, 10-
and 11-year-old division.
story was made possible thanks to the generous support of
our local business partners.)