Day one at the Ontario Championships in Windsor was a success for our athletes.
In the HP Novice category, Maya Zonneveld was crowned Provincial Champion! Maya had a fantastic day and also earned a bronze medal on bars, silver medal on beam and gold on the vault and floor. Outstanding performance Maya!
In the Aspire 1 category, Melania Leschuk earned a bronze medal on the floor and finished 9th all around! Way to go Melania!
In the level 8 age 14 category, Zarah Zennedine hit all 4 events and finished 14th AA in a super tight field that saw the top 15 kids seperated by just over a point! Great meet Zarah!
Ontario Championships - Day 2
In the level 10 under 15 category, Charlie Radencich had an impressive performance and came away with the bronze medal overall. She also earned a silver medal on the bars and was crowed the provincial vault champion!
Annie Clarmo also had a strong showing in this category and earned the bronze medal on both vault and bars and placed 6th overall. We are proud to say, from this result, both girls also earned the privilege to represent team Ontario at National Championships to be held in our hometown of Waterloo this May. Amazing accomplishment ladies🏆
In the level 9 age 11-13 category Ava Belsher had the her best meet of the year and came away with the bronze medal on beam. Ava also finished 8th overall which earned her a spot to represent team Ontario at the eastern Canadian championships in May.
Katie Popplewell also competed in this category and earned the silver medal on vault. Well done girls!
Ontario Championships - Day 3
In the men's category Aiden Crassweller competed in the level 3 elite division and earned a silver medal on pommel horse and high bar. He also won the gold medal on vault. Aiden will be proudly representing team Ontario at Eastern Canadian Championships this year. Way to go Aiden🎉
We are also sending a big shout out and congratulations to Kira Costen who competed in the Level 8 age 11-12 category, Jaden Gomes who competed in the Level 6 age 14 category, Isaiah Pereira who competed in the Level 2 age 10-11 men's division and Isaiah Deering who competed in the Level 3 age 13-17 men's division.
The last day of competition closed with our level 1 boys team finshining strong.
In the Age 12-13 category Julien Roy had an impressive showing earning 6th on floor and 5th on pommels. He also was 4th in the AA and earned the bronze medal on rings, 2nd on high bar and came away with the gold medal on vault.
Nicholas Satchell placed 5th overall and had 5th place finishes on rings and p-bars and a 4th place finish on floor. He also took home the bronze medal on vault and pommels and the silver medal on high bar.
William Radcliffe placed 6th in the AA category as well as pommels, rings and p-bars. He placed 5th on high bar, 4th on vault and took home title of event champion with the gold medal on the floor. Way to go boys 🎉
Congratulations go to Breckan Carnegie, Sebastian Landry and Nathan Sibley who competed in the 10-11 age division. Nathan earned the bronze medal on pommels and placed 6th on vault while Sabastien earned the bronze medal on vault and placed 5th on floor. Well done boys 👍
Congratulations also go to Keagan Bernard, Evan Daikin, Gage Von Cromvoirt and Jack Kinsey who competed in the age 9 category and Caden Schmidt, Dominic Feltmate who competed in the age 8 category.
And that's a wrap! We are so proud of all our athletes who competed at this years Championships. Fantastic showing gymnasts! You continue to make us #revolutionproud