Mission gymnast Tamara Skulstad will be representing B.C. at the Western Canadian Championships later this month.

Three Mission gymnasts named to Team B.C.

Local gymnasts compete at Abbotsford Twisters annual event

Three Mission gymnasts will be competing at the Western Canadian Championships in Alberta later this month.

Ashlynn Skulstad, Tamara Skulstad, and Justine Robinson earned a spot on Team B.C. this past weekend at the Abbotsford Twisters annual invitational event at Ag-rec in Exhibition Park.

Other Twisters that qualified for the event are Marquita Morison, Brienna Gaspar, Mikhayla Rosenow and Zoe Rumsby.

“This is the highest amount of female athletes from one single club that will be representing Team B.C. at this competition,” said Sophia Kliewer, community relations officer for the club.

Close to 1,000 athletes from across the province and Yukon took part in the Abbotsford competition.

Results of Mission gymnasts:

Womens

National Open

Ashlynn Skulstad- Silver on Floor, 6th All-around

Marquita Morison- 9th All-around

National Novice

Tamara Skulstad- Silver on Beam, Bronze on Floor, 4th All-around

Provincial 5 Open

Justine Robinson- Silver on Vault, Bronze on Bars, Silver on Floor, 5th All-around

Junior Olypmic Level 3

Hilari Nishio- 7th All-around

 

Men

Hayden Isfeld, 6th on Pommel Horse, 7th on Vault,  10th All Around

Level 3

Logan Isfeld, Gold on Rings, Bronze on Horizontal Bar, Gold All Around

Level 5

Kristofer Unipan, Bronze on Floor, Gold on Vault, 7th All Around

Elite 3

Evan Raible, 5th on Pommel Horse, Parallel Bars & Horizontal Bar, 5th All Around

National Senior

Steven Chaplin, Bronze on Pommel Horse, 4th All Around

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