Clubs groom future stars

There were superb gymnastics performances at the coast this past weekend.

21 October 2019 | Sports

The Namibia Gymnastics Federation national tumbling, double-mini and trampoline competition, which took place in Walvis Bay this past weekend, was a thriller.

The competition, which also serves as a qualifier for the African Union Sports Council (AUSC) Region 5 competition scheduled to place in Pretoria, South Africa in December, included gymnasts aged between seven and 16 from gymnastics clubs like Walvis Bay Gymnastics Club (WBGC), Crete (from Windhoek), CHALK (from Windhoek), as well as MORIA (from Outjo).



The tumbling results were as follows:

Girls - Level 1, eight years old

1. Louise Yates - 54.7 points (CHALK)

Girls - Level 1, nine years old

1. Surne Jansen van Vuuren - 56.2 points (MORIA)

Girls - Level 1, 10 years old

1. Lynette Labuschagne - 54.9 points (MORIA)

Girls - Level 1, 11 years old and older

1. Bronwynne Cloete - 55.3 points (MORIA)

Girls - Level 2, seven years old and younger

1. Victoria Jansen - 53.9 points (Crete)

Girls - Level 2, eight years old

1. Alray Duvenhage - 53.6 points (WBGC)

Girls - Level 2, nine years old

1. Tilly Parker - 54.1 points (CHALK)

2. Lienka Jankowitz - 53.3 points (WBGC)

3. Arielle Briedenhann - 53 points (WBGC)4.

Girls - Level 2, 10 years old

1. Caylon Marias - 55.1 points (WBGC

2. Gia-Nicole Januarie - 54.6 points (WBGC)

3. Adorei Du Toit - 53.6 points (MORIA)

Girls - Level 2, 11 to 12 years old

1. Kechia de Koe - 54.2 points (WBGC)

Girls - Level 3, eight years old and younger

1. Ashley Martins - 53.5 points (WBGC)

Girls - Level 3, 9 to 10 years old

1. Jessica Blaauw - 53.3 points (WBGC)

2. Neilia Cronje - 53.2 points (CHALK)

Girls - Level 3, 11 to 2 years old

1. Minki Rudolph - 55.1 points (WBGC)

Girls - Level 4, nine to 10 years old

1. Katie Wolfaardt - 52.9 points (WBGC)

Girls - Level 5B, nine to 10 years old

1. Nadia Bohm - 51.9 points (CHALK)

Girls - Level 5B, 11 to 12 years old

1. Hannah Cronje - 55 points (CHALK)

Boys - Level 1, 10 years

1. Franso Jansen van Vuuren - 54.6 points (MORIA)

Boys - Level 2, eight years old

1.Gabriel Gurirab - 55.5 points (WBGC)

2. Gerdu Engelbrecht - 53.9 points (Crete)

3. Nicklai Jansen van Vuuren - 53.8 points (Crete)

Boys - Level 2, nine years old

1. Adrian De Koe - 54.2 points (WBGC)

Boys - Level 2, 11 to 12 years old

1. Kerneels Labuschagne - 53.7 points (MORIA

2. Franko Engelbrecht - 43.7 points (MORIA)

Boys - Level 6, 15 years old and older

1. Leon van Wyk - 54.4 points (CHALK)

Boys 11 to 12 years old

1. Ronald Fourie - 53.8 points (WBGC)

2. Jared Ashton Isaacs - 53.3 points (WBGC)

Boys 15 to 16 years old

1. James Cindano - 51.4 points (Crete)

2. Faith Enkali - 50.7 points (CHALK)Boys - Level 5A, 13 to 14 years old

1. Zacheo Jansen van Vuuren - 53.7 points (Crete)

Boys - Level 5B, nine to 10 years old

1. Justinus Steenkamp - 53.5 points (CHALK)

2. Lukas Lofty-Eaten - 53.2 points (WBGC)

3. Dylan Dreyer - 48.7 points (WBGC)Boys - Level 5B, 11 to 12 years old

1. Jurian Dreyer - 51.7 points (MORIA)

Boys - Level 6, 13 to 14 years old

1. Ruan Janse van Rensburg - 54.3 points (CHALK)

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