Campbell River boys show strong at provincials

Campbell River’s male gymnasts put up strong results as well

Campbell River’s male gymnasts put up  strong results as well.

Nathan Chow, Quinn Kuschel-Ross and Hugo Lalumiere all went to Langley for the Provincial Championships representing Campbell River Gymnastics Association (CRGA) .

Lalumiere competed in the level one catergory coming home with scores that earned him a silver all around.

Scoring over a 13 on an apparatus qualifies athletes in the level one division for a gold status on that apparatus.  Lalumiere was able to attain that gold standard on three of his apparatus, floor, vault and parallel bars while receiving a silver on the rings and high bar and one bronze status on the pommel horse.

In the level 2 division, Campbell River had one athlete in the 11 and older division and one athlete in the  under-11 division.  Kuschel-Ross had a strong competition, coming home the provincial champion on the rings.  He also came home with medals on three other event medals as well as a bronze medal in the all around competition.

Chow also had a great meet including becoming the provincial champion on the parallel bars, a silver medal on the rings and the bronze on the vault.  Chow finished fourth just outside the medals.

With this just the second year of boys competing out of CRGA, the boys have excelled in their divisions and have shown a lot of potential to really show a higher level of gymnastics in the years to come.

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