Thunder Country Trampoline and Gymnastics club athletes picked up more than a dozen medals at a recent competition in Calgary. (Photo contributed by Thunder Country Trampoline and Gymnastics)

Thunder Country trampoline athletes medal at Alberta Cup

It was a fruitful weekend for the Thunder Country Trampoline and Gymnastics club at the 1st Alberta Cup in Calgary.

In total, the athletes from the club collected 15 medals.

Spencer Kooman was one of the big winners, picking up gold in the individual and double mini trampoline events in the level 6 18+ age group. Kaiden Neidert won gold in the double mini and bronze in the individual in the level 1 men’s competition.

Sophie Nossack grabbed a pair of silvers in each event, while Ebony Campbell won silver in the individual and gold in the double mini. Kalena Soehn won gold in the senior women’s double mini and Keegan Soehn collected silver in the senior men’s individual trampoline.

Brenyn Chapman won bronze in the level 5 17+ individual, Cody Cyman earned bronze in the level 5 16U men’s double mini and Reese Hawryscko grabbed silver in the same category. Taelum Henfrey won bronze in the level 5 16U men’s individual.

Chole Berreth picked up bronze in the level 3 women’s double mini.

Kooman, Cyman and Hawryscko all qualified to represent Alberta at the Dare to Soar competition in Texas in March.



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