Langley gymnast is tops in province

Flip City Gymnastics’ Corris To, 11, won All Round Gold in level P2 Tyro at the 2014 BC Provincial Championships recently.

Corris, a resident of Vancouver, commutes to Langley three days a week to train at Flip City. Her mother, Winnie did her research, wanting to find the right coach and facility for her two daughters.

“Cathy [Chapell] has truly inspired my girls to continue to pursue gymnastics and to enjoy every step of it,” said Winnie. “The drive out to Langley is long but the impact of Cathy’s and Rusty’s coaching on my girls has opened up greater distances into their future.”

Chapell has coached many top gymnasts and is sought after by Canada’s Olympic team for her expertise on choreography and beam.

Balanced by the abilities and years of experience of Rusty Pierce, Flip City draws athletes from all over the Lower Mainland.

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