Exalta gets sweep in boy’s all-around at Gym Power meet

The Red Deer Exelta Gymnastics Club captured the top three all-round medals in the boys’ national youth division at the Gym Power meet in Edmonton during the weekend.

The Red Deer Exelta Gymnastics Club captured the top three all-round medals in the boys’ national youth division at the Gym Power meet in Edmonton during the weekend.

Findlay McCormick took top spot while winning the rings and parallel bars and finishing second on the floor, pommel horse, vault and high bar.

Conner Trepanier was second all-round and Dylan Patsula third.

Trepanier won the pommel horse, was second on the parallel bars, third on the rings, vault and high bar and fifth on the floor.

Patsula won the floor and high bar while taking third on the horse and parallel bars, fourth on the rings and eighth on the vault.

Meanwhile, Jared Hoffman was third all-round in the P3 13-and-over division. He won the parallel bars, was second on the rings and high bar, fifth on the floor, sixth on the horse and ninth on the vault.

Paul Dan was sixth and Mitchell Kalan 11th all-round In boys’ level 4 competition.

Dan was third on the floor and vault, fifth on the high bar and seventh on the horse while Kalan took sixth on the vault and eighth on the parallel bars.

Casey Patsula led the Exelta Club on the girls’ side, finishing third in the P3 tyro with Sydney Larsen eighth, Mataya Rideout ninth, Ruby Butler 12th and Keara Slimmon 14th.

Patsula had a third on the beam, fourth on the floor and seventh on the bars while Larsen was fourth on the bars, fifth on the floor and seventh on the vault. Rideout had a second on the floor and fifth on the vault while Butler placed sixth on the bars and ninth on the beam and Slimmon third on the vault and ninth on the bars.

Lina Koller was fourth all-round in the P4 open class while finishing second on the bars, third on the floor and fourth on the vault and beam.

Rachel Hyink placed fifth and Taylor Plate seventh in the P3 open division.

Hyink was second on the beam, fourth on the bars and sixth on the vault and floor with Plate taking fifth on the vault and bars, sixth on the beam and seventh on the floor.

Molly Hall-Jarret placed sixth in the P4 tyro class while finishing second on the vault, third on the bars and sixth on the beam and floor.

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