Sweet dreams for Dynamics at Comox Pajama Party

Duncan Dynamics gymnasts earned first all-around in eight of the 10 divisions at the Comox Pajama Party meet in February.

Duncan Dynamics gymnasts earned first all-around in eight of the 10 divisions at the Comox Pajama Party meet in February.

The top all-around honour went to Khrystyna Yaremyn in Level 3 (2006), Maia Evans in Level 3 (2001-2005), Kaia Cools in Level 4 (2006-2008), Charcey Erickson in Level 4 (2005), Madison Barron in Level 4 (2003-2004), Anna Akhurst in Level 6 (2004-2006), Brooklyn Stobbe in Level 7 (2004-2005), and Tahara Brown in Level 7 (1998-2003).

Those eight were among 24 Dynamics gymnasts competing in 10 different divisions.

In Level 2 (2006-2008), Clowey Jewkes was first on floor, and second on vault, bars and beam to place second all-around, and Nirva Megevand was second on floor and third on bars and all-around.

Yaremyn led the way in Level 3 (2006), placing first on beam and floor and second on bars on her way to first all-around. Also in that division, Jillian Telfer was second on vault, beam, floor and all-around; Caydence Sampson was second on beam and third on vault and floor; Danika Adelborg was third on vault; and Emma Anzarut was sixth on beam.

In Level 3 (2001-2005), Evans finished first on vault, second on beam and floor, and third on bars to place first all-around, while Sarah Hill was third on vault.

Cools placed first on vault and beam as part of her first all-around finish in Level 4 (2006-2008), while Avaling David was second on vault. In Level 4 (2005), Erickson was first on vault, bars and all-around, and second on beam. In Level 4 (2003-2004), Barron placed first on beam and floor, and second on vault and bars, on her way to first all-around.

In Level 6 (2004-2006), Akhurst placed second on bars and third on vault to finish first all-around. Amelia Cannon placed first on beam, Sophie Chernykh was second on floor, Jenna Laughland was sixth on beam, and Weilee David placed 11th on vault.

In Level 6 (2000-2003), Cheyenne MacKeil was second on bars and third on beam and all-around, Sarah Carson was second on floor and third on vault, and Trystinna Bailey placed fourth on beam.

Stobbe was first on vault, beam and floor as she placed first all-around in Level 7 (2004-2005). Brown placed first on vault, beam and floor and third on bars on her way to first all-around in Level 7 (1998-2003), where Gabrielle Austin also placed first on bars.

 

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