Chloe Suchovs represented the Revelstoke Acrobats at the B.C. Provincial Championships in Langley on April 9-10 where she placed first in ‘C’ trampoline and fourth in double mini.

Revelstoke Acrobats medal at B.C. championships

The Revelstoke Acrobats competed with 150 athletes at the B.C. Provincial Championships held over three days at Langley last weekend.

By HEAther Cretelli, Revelstoke Acrobats

The Revelstoke Acrobats competed with 150 athletes at the B.C. Provincial Championships held over three days at Langley last weekend. Eleven athletes represented Revelstoke and came home with an impressive list of awards and achievements. Frankie Howe flipped her way in each event of power tumbling, trampoline, and double mini trampoline to earn a silver all-around award. Chloe Suchovs is provincial champion in her level of trampoline. First year competitive athlete Joshua Winger earned a bronze medal in trampoline. On double mini trampoline, Frankie Howe came home with the bronze medal. Stephanie Batke came home with two bronze medals, one for individual trampoline and one with Marissa Duncan for their synchronized trampoline performance.

Individual results:

Isabella Mendonca: 13th ’10 and under’ double mini trampoline, 12th trampoline

Joshua Winger: 3rd ‘C’ trampoline, 5th double mini

Chloe Suchovs: 1st ‘C’ trampoline, 4th double mini

Frankie Howe: 5th ‘B’ trampoline, 3rd ‘C’ double mini, 4th ‘D’ tumbling, 9th synchro trampoline

Jenna Bollefer: 4th ‘B’ trampoline, 7th ‘C’ double mini, 9th synchro trampoline

Kayla Fenwick: 18th ‘B’ trampoline, 6th ‘B’ double mini, 8th synchro trampoline

Jordan Vandenberg-Clark: 5th ‘A’ trampoline, 5th ‘B’ double mini, 8th synchro trampoline

Cheyenne Brule: 9th ‘A’ trampoline, 12th ‘A’ double mini

Stephanie Batke: 3rd ‘A’ trampoline, 14th double mini, 3rd synchro trampoline

Marissa Duncan: 6th ‘A’ trampoline, 13th double mini, 3rd synchro trampoline

Richard Eden: 8th ‘A’ trampoline, 6th ‘National Novice’ double mini



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