Revelstoke Acrobats win seven medals at B.C. Trampoline and Tumbling Championships

The Revelstoke Acrobats attended the B.C. Provincial Trampoline and Tumbling Championships in Abbotsford this weekend.

Devyn Gale gets inverted on the way to a silver medal at the B.C. provincial competition.

Contributed by Jef Kline/Revelstoke Acrobats

The Revelstoke Acrobats attended the B.C. Provincial Trampoline and Tumbling Championships in Abbotsford this weekend. The club had 15 athletes in attendance. During the last provincial level meet two weeks ago the club brought home an amazing 13 medals, This time, club members brought home seven.

Josh Winger and Frankie Howe captured provincial level golds. Devyn Gale, Jenna Bollefer, Marissa Duncan and Rich Eden all received silver medals with Jenna also winning a bronze in her other event. There were many personal bests and improvements at this competition. A huge accomplishment this weekend was all the provincial level kids made a final in at least one of their events.

Frankie Howe and Jenna Bollefer have been honored and selected to represent Team B.C. At the Western Canada Cup in June. Ainslee Arthurs with the scores from her last meet will be a Team B.C. representative for the Canadian National Trampoline Championships in May.

The coaches are so so proud of all the athletes that stepped up there routines and did amazing at this Provincial event.

 

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