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Nanaimo gymnast will flip for B.C.

Nanaimo Gymnastics School athletes Cosette Teghtmeyer, left, and Elan Baildham-Troje, right, meet former Olympian Gael Mackie at the Gymnastics B.C. Fall Classic and Judges
Nanaimo Gymnastics School athletes Cosette Teghtmeyer, left, and Elan Baildham-Troje, right, meet former Olympian Gael Mackie at the Gymnastics B.C. Fall Classic and Judges' Cup event in Port Coquitlam in December.
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Nanaimo Gymnastics School athlete Emily Mould impressed the judges and earned her spot on Team B.C.

Mould and teammates Elan Baildham-Troje and Cosette Teghtmeyer all got positive feedback from judges at the Gymnastics B.C. Fall Classic and Judges’ Cup event at the Trampoline and Artistic Gymnastics Sports Centre in Port Coquitlam in December.

Mould showcased a new manoeuvre on the uneven bars and an aerial cartwheel on the beam.

She has been selected to join Team B.C. at the National Stream Cup in Edmonton Jan. 25-27.

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