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Gymnasts perform personal bests at Taiso Cup

Compete in Moncton this weekend

AMHERST – Aerials had a great meet at the Taiso Cup in Lower Sackville last weekend says their coach Michelle Landry.

“They all really shined, especially on beam,” said Landry.

It was Emma Sjanic’s second meet competing in the Open 7 Division

“She was able to get one of the scores to qualify towards making Team Nova Scotia if she places well at provincials,” said Landry.

Several members of the team had personal bests at the Taiso Cup.

“They’re working hard,” said Landry.

Aerials also added a new coach this season, Felicia Landry.

“She’s usually here three days a week, so having an extra coach with such a large group is definitely beneficial.”

The team is off to the Chocolate River gymnastics meet in Moncton this weekend, which is hosted by the Beausejour Gymnos Gymnastics Club.

“It’s their second time holding the meet,” said Landry. “I think the girls will do really well.”

Results are as follows:

Open 7

Kirsten Lawrence – 4th beam

Emma Sjanic – 6th bars, 4th beam

Open 6 Division

Imogen Quinn – 1st vault, 3rd beam, 2nd floor, 6th overall

Jessica Landry – 6th vault, 1st bars, 6th beam, 1st floor, 2nd overall

Juliana LeBlanc – 2nd bars, 2nd beam, 3rd overall

Novice 3

 Reaghan Arsenault – 2nd vault, 1st bars, 1st beam, 1st floor, 1st overall

Argo 3

Kahli Stiles – 3rd vault

Tyro 5

Kyra Brennan – 5th beam, 5th floor, 5th overall

Tyro 4

Marissa LeBlanc – 3rd vault

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