gymnastics

Jayah Niedoba, Paige Hall and Elly Martin (centre three) from Inspire Sports Victoria celebrate their victories with Team B.C. teammates Sanne-Lise Garbe and Makayla Roy at the Western Canadian Artistic Gymnastics Championships in Winnipeg in late April. (Photo courtesy of Darcie Niedoba)

Western Canadian gymnastics gold comes to Greater Victoria athletes

Trio of gymnasts from Saanich club shine in Winnipeg, help Team B.C. win gold

 

FILE – Ian Moss, CEO of Gymnastics Canada speaks with reporters outside the courthouse in Sarnia, Ont. on Wednesday, Feb. 13, 2019. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Mark Spowart

Canadian gymnasts calling for investigation into abusive practices, toxic culture

In a letter, athletes said that the fear of retribution has prevented them from speaking out for nearly a decade

 

Ava-Marie Jaeger, 11, finished first all-around in tryouts for the Vancouver Island Zone 6 artistic gymnastics team and will compete in the BC Winter Games in Vernon in February. (Photo courtesy Sheila Jaeger)

VIDEO: 11-year-old Langford gymnast leads Island team into the 2022 BC Winter Games

Ava-Marie Jaeger finished first all-around in Vancouver Island Zone 6 tryouts

 

Max Hewstan-Gates, left, Gage Reilly, Jack Dompierre and Ian Burnett combined to win a team silver medal at the recent national gymnastics championships, held virtually. (Photo courtesy of Lucas Tiefenbach)

Saanich team takes silver medal in virtual national gymnastics competition

Inspire Sports Victoria athletes also score individual medals, top 10 placements

Max Hewstan-Gates, left, Gage Reilly, Jack Dompierre and Ian Burnett combined to win a team silver medal at the recent national gymnastics championships, held virtually. (Photo courtesy of Lucas Tiefenbach)
Naomi Osaka, of Japan, reacts after losing a point to Marketa Vondrousova, of the Czech Republic, during the third round of the tennis competition at the 2020 Summer Olympics, Tuesday, July 27, 2021, in Tokyo, Japan. (AP Photo/Seth Wenig)

Rough day for stars Simone Biles, Naomi Osaka at Olympics

Some July 27 highlights from the 2020 Tokyo Olympic Games

Naomi Osaka, of Japan, reacts after losing a point to Marketa Vondrousova, of the Czech Republic, during the third round of the tennis competition at the 2020 Summer Olympics, Tuesday, July 27, 2021, in Tokyo, Japan. (AP Photo/Seth Wenig)
(back row, left) Lion’s Pride Gymnasts Jayah Niedoba, Jade Kosmuk, Tonique Halliman, Addy Lynn, Alanna Hryculk, (front row, left) Briar Fokkema, Mataeya Pineda, Ava-Marie Jaeger, Eliana Gibbs and Jasmine Robertson took home 10 gold medals as a team. Unfortunately, their season has been cancelled due to COVID-19 fears. (Courtesy of Mel Halliman)

West Shore gymnasts nab 10 golds in B.C. competition before season ended indefinitely

All future competitions are postponed until further notice

(back row, left) Lion’s Pride Gymnasts Jayah Niedoba, Jade Kosmuk, Tonique Halliman, Addy Lynn, Alanna Hryculk, (front row, left) Briar Fokkema, Mataeya Pineda, Ava-Marie Jaeger, Eliana Gibbs and Jasmine Robertson took home 10 gold medals as a team. Unfortunately, their season has been cancelled due to COVID-19 fears. (Courtesy of Mel Halliman)
The West Coast Rhythmic Gymnastics team’s Shooting Stars group, Clara Davison (far left), Iza Preston Lenk, Dehlia Flint, Amelie Kelley and Charlotte Phipps will represent their zone at the BC Winter Games. (West Coast Rhythmic Gymnastics/Facebook)
The West Coast Rhythmic Gymnastics team’s Shooting Stars group, Clara Davison (far left), Iza Preston Lenk, Dehlia Flint, Amelie Kelley and Charlotte Phipps will represent their zone at the BC Winter Games. (West Coast Rhythmic Gymnastics/Facebook)
West Shore gymnasts shine at Island Championships, other events
West Shore gymnasts shine at Island Championships, other events