Alannah Tighe, Dana McInnes, Courtney booth, Ella Van Hese, Tiahna Humphries, Krystal List, Eva Thomson with coach Chris Pisani. The girls all received level five badges at the competition in Gladstone recently. Contributed
Alannah Tighe, Dana McInnes, Courtney booth, Ella Van Hese, Tiahna Humphries, Krystal List, Eva Thomson with coach Chris Pisani. The girls all received level five badges at the competition in Gladstone recently. Contributed Contributed

Yeppoon gymnasts make coaches, members proud

FORTY of Yeppoon Gymnastics and Movement Centre Inc students competed at the Gladstone gymnastics invitational event held on the weekend of October 24 and 25.

They travelled down to compete at the event, and six of those gymnasts were MAG level two to three male competitors.

It was the first competition for these boys, each receiving a podium place in one or more of the six apparatus they competed in.

The WAG (girls) proved hard training makes perfect.

The club was very proud with numerous medals ribbons and level achievements being presented at the completion across levels three to eight.

The coaches were excited to come home to club and start on new skill training and set new goals for these gymnasts.

The club is now leading into competitive season for high level gymnast's seven to ten starting over the Christmas break which will see these competitors travel to Bundaberg and Brisbane to compete.

The club has really started to reach out into the wider community involving themselves in Pinefest and opening up new classes for recreational gymnasts.

Offering the wider public access to the purpose built building now run by a non for profit group of dedicated parents.



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