Their age may be low but the competition level will be high when Avery Rosales and Juliette Chapman compete at the National Stream Cup 2013 in Edmonton Jan. 24-27.
Flying start for local gymnasts
Created On: December 17, 2012
The gymnastics competition season is now underway, and four local athletes can already call themselves champions after topping their categories at the first women’s artistic gymnastics provincial championships qualifier Nov. 22-24 at Quinte Bay Gymnastics Club in Belleville.
Strong Weekend of Results for Orleans Gymnasts
Updated On: December 7, 2012
Seventeen gymnasts from the Tumblers Gymnastics Club of Orleans competed in their first Provincial Qualifier competition this weekend in Burlington, ON.
Gymnasts earn Florida fun
Updated On: December 7, 2012
Gymnasts are accustomed to receiving medals or ribbons for their top-8 finishes, but for Jennifer Vo, Bradey Rosettani and Emma Christie, their reward from the Nov. 16-18 Tour Selection meet in Mississauga was a bit bigger – they earned a trip to Florida.
Ottawa to host 2013 gymnastics nationals
Updated On: November 10, 2012
The start of the competitive season has not yet even arrived, but the local gymnastics community is already buzzing about what will take place at the end. The biggest stars in Canadian gymnastics will be coming to town for the 2013 national championships from May 21-26.
Kanata Rhythmic Gymnastics Club celebrates standout year, ready for more
Updated On: August 15, 2012
Ottawa's oldest and largest rhythmic gymnastics club, the Kanata Rhythmic Gymnastics Club (KRSG) began its 2011-12 season celebrating as one of its young coaches, Jessie Perry, 24, was recognized by the Ontario Gymnastics Federation as the competitive Coach of the Year.
Gymnastics administrators take in 2012 Olympic experience
Updated On: August 14, 2012
Two local gymnastics administrators – Deszo Mesko and Kellie Hinnells – are currently in London, England to take in the Olympic Games.
Gymnast follows sister/mentor’s footsteps
Created On: July 23, 2012
With a 12-year background in the sport and 17 hours of training per week, Megan Kawai’s recent provincial rhythmic gymnastics title has been a long time in the making. But the Kanata Rhythmic Gymnastics Club athlete believes the most important ingredient to her success in a sport that requires a mastery of a vast set of diverse skills is her older sister.
Updated On: July 19, 2012
With the biggest provincial and national level competitive gymnastics events now in the books for the 2011-2012 season, the focus has been mostly on the next generation of up-and-comers.
Ottawa athletes fall short of Olympics
Updated On: July 16, 2012
She should’ve been out there. Teetering on the balance beam, sprinting toward the vault, reaching for the uneven bars, that’s where she expected to be. Instead, Talia Chiarelli watched from the sidelines, reduced to the role of a cheerleader.