Some of the Langley Gymnastics athletes who competed at the BC Winter Games in Penticton included

Langley Gymnastics athletes medal at BC Winter Games

Among the big winners from LGF were Trevor Ma, Kennedy Duke, and Amelia VanAndel.

Langley Gymnastics Foundation athletes were as good as gold, silver, and bronze at the BC Winter Games, hosted by Penticton this past weekend.

Gymnasts from LGF won individual and team medals at the annual event.

LGF results were:

Men’s athletes-

Trevor Ma (12 years old) Elite 4 – bronze all-around, silver on rings, bronze on floor, 4th on pommel, and 4th on vault.

Ryder Croome (12 years old) Elite 4 – 17th all-around, gold for team zone 3

Dylan Hehr (13 years old) Provincial Level 4 – 20th all-around, silver for Team Zone 4, 5th on rings

Matthew Woznica (12 years old) Provincial Level 4 – 21st All-around

Patrick Knowles (12 years old) Provincial Level 4 – 25th all-around

Women’s athletes

Kennedy Duke (10 years old) JO 8 – gold for Zone 4 team, silver all-around, gold on vault and silver on beam

Amelia VanAndel (11 years old) JO8 – gold for Zone 4 team, gold on uneven bars

Alexa Slipec (13 years old) JO8 – silver on beam, 6th all-around

Nicole Czerniakowski (13 years old) JO7 – 6th on vault

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