Pair of Thunder Country athletes win gold

Ashton Henfry and Brenyn Chapman of the Red Deer Thunder Country Trampoline and Gymnastics Club earned individual gold medals in the Western Canada Cup Championship at Port Moody, B.C., during the weekend.

Ashton Henfry and Brenyn Chapman of the Red Deer Thunder Country Trampoline and Gymnastics Club earned individual gold medals in the Western Canada Cup Championship at Port Moody, B.C., during the weekend.

Henfrey was victorious in the provincial 1 men’s tumbling event and also earned silver medals in each of the provincial 3 trampoline and provincial 2 double mini trampoline (DMT).

Chapman, meanwhile, was golden in the provincial 1 women’s DMT and picked up a silver medal in the trampoline. Winning a bronze medal in the provincial 3 women’s DMT was Laura Arnusch, who also teamed up with Lauren Howse to win gold in the provincial 3 women’s synchronized trampoline event.

Sam Peters helped Team Alberta win the all-around team trophy. Other Thunder Country top-10 results:

Fifth — Isabelle MacPherson, provincial 2 women’s trampoline; Sixth — Chapman/Samantha Dacey, provincial 1 women’s synchronized trampoline; MacPherson/Maria Crichton, provincial 2 women’s synchronized trampoline; Crichton, provincial 2 trampoline; Seventh — Peters, provincial 3 men’s DMT, provincial 2 tumbling; Crichton, provincial 1 tumbling; Eighth — Peters, provincial 3 trampoline; Howse, provincial 3 trampoline; Ninth — Samantha Dancey, provincial 1 women’s trampoline; Crichton, provincial 2 DMT; Tenth — MacPherson, provincial 2 DMT; Dancey, provincial 2 tumbling.

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