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Team title for SGS

Two all around bronze medals lifted the Surrey Gymnastics Society (SGS) to the team title at the Winter on the Beach meet in Panama City, Florida last weekend.

The SGS team consisted of Phoebe Tham, Chaynade Knowles, Kaitlyn Urano and Kerensa Mitchell – all National level gymnasts – combined to win the Level 10 Team competition with 104.7 points. The second place team from Sarnia, Ontario totaled 101.975, with the third place team from of Georgia netting 97.5 points.

Tham, 16, won a bronze medal in the Level 10 Senior category, placing second on floor, third on vault and beam and fifth on bars. Right behind with a fourth place all around finish was North Delta’s Knowles, 17, who was fourth on vault and beam. Urano, 16, used a third on floor and fifth on vault to place sixth all around.

Mitchell, 14, contested the Level 10 Junior category and won the bronze medal in all around competition. She had second place scores on bars and floor, and fifth on vault and beam.

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