KGTC results — Dodds golden, big results in Richmond

Dodds on top

A group of Kamloops Gymnastics and Trampoline Centre athletes were in Calgary earlier this month for an Elite Canada competition.

Gavin Dodd was first in junior men’s double-mini trampoline and won gold with partner Blake Mould of Nanaimo in Level 5 synchro trampoline.

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He also won silver in junior men’s trampoline.

Kristina Dodd, Gavin’s sister, earned gold in junior women’s double-mini trampoline.

Anna MacDonald, who began training at KGTC in September, earned third-place finishes in women’s Level 5 trampoline and Level 6 double-mini.

Teammates Emma Guertin and Hannah Walker finished third and 10th, respectively, in women’s Level 5 double-mini.

Stan Parisot was fifth and sixth in men’s Level 6 double-mini and men’s Level 5 trampoline, respectively.

Cash and carry

The KGTC sent 55 athletes to the Delta Invitational Cash and Carry event earlier this month at the Richmond Oval.

John Cochrane, competing in the Level 1 division for the first time, won bronze all-around in men’s artistic action.

In the women’s artistic division, Polly Evely was third on floor and fifth all-around in Junior Olympic 4; Julia Crofoot, competing in JO 7, had second-place finishes in vault and floor; Brooke Topolovec was second on floor in JO 8; and Alexis Cloet contributed to a team event victory.

In high school action, Linnea Ganstal finished first all-around, Martina Fish placed second all-around, Naomi Silverberg won third all-around and Madison Kozak was third on vault.

KGTC interclub athletes Emma Molson and Kaleigh Gnaoto won gold placings and Lilliana Downey and Rylie Rogers snared silver placings.

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