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Gymnasts score high

Nanaimo Gymnastics School athletes have started the new season by vaulting to victory.

Emily Mould earned bronze as part of Team B.C. at Gymnastics Canada’s National Stream Cup in Edmonton Jan. 26-27.

That same weekend, other club members attended the Winterfest meet in Coquitlam:

P3 open - Darby Walker, first, floor, second, bars, second, beam, second, vault.

P3 novice - Sarah Brown, first, vault, second, floor, second, bars, second, all-around.

P3 tyro - Ali Hunter, first, beam.

Pre-novice - Melanie Kirk, third, bars, third, floor; Summer Simpson, first, bars, third, beam, third, all-around; Sierra Shuler, second, bars, third, vault.

Gymstart - Ariadne Greekas, first.

The club also sent a contingent of athletes to the Shasta Invitational in Burnaby Feb. 2-4, where Annalea Kirk, Abbi Richardson, Chamberlan Teghtmeyer and Blake Mould achieved qualifying scores for the Western Canada Cup.

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