ORANGE gymnasts got the jump on their opponents in yesterday’s trampolining events at the Gymnastics NSW Country Championships.
Orange competitors took out seven titles across the tumbling, trampoline, single mini trampoline and double mini trampoline events.
Orange PCYC’s Bradley Rossiter won the level five men’s trampoline as well as the double mini trampoline.
Central West Gymnasts Chase Carnie (level 1 boys’ tumbling), Laura Mascord (level 3 girls’ trampoline), Elsa Presslaber (level 4 girls’ trampoline), Mikayla Leahey (level one girls’ single mini trampoline) and Leah Cook (level 2 single mini trampoline) claimed gold in their divisions.
In Saturday’s men’s gymnastics, Wollongong City had a great time with William Newman (level 1 open), Max Thompson (level 1 under 7), Kyle Smith (level 2 open), Clancy Lowe (level 3 open), Daniel Oliver (level 4 open) and Daniel Pelaez (level 5 open) winning titles.
Wollongong City also claimed the overall men’s country club championship.
There was a huge women’s level two competition on Saturday with Gunnedah’s Emmy-Grace Barr winning the junior all-round title, Tamworth’s Paige Seaton claiming the intermediate crown, and Tamworth’s Hannah Dowden coming out on top in the seniors.
The national champions didn’t disappoint when they stepped out for the aerobics competition on Saturday.
Charlotte McLaren and Sharira Kefferys added the level three sub junior NSW country title to the national crown they claimed a week earlier.
Australian aerobics development squad members Matilda Narvo and Maddison Kerr also won NSW Country titles.
Orange’s Central West Gymnastics and the Dubbo PCYC put on a great show for the Team Gym competition on Saturday.