Gymnasts go out in style

Locals in the medals at the B.C. Provincial Trampoline Championships.

Adrian Heemels won gold and Cassidy Mose claimed a silver to lead the North Island’s Funtastic Gymnastics and Trampoline Club in the B.C. Provincial Trampoline Championships Mar. 28-30 in Abbotsford.

Heemels earned gold in the P1 women’s individual trampoline and also won bronze in the double-mini trampoline division. Mose finished second in P2 women’s double-mini trampoline and placed 11th in individual trampoline.

Macy Hurley was a top-10 place-winner, claiming eighth in P1 women’s individual trampoline and adding a 15th-place effort in double-mini. In the same classification, Ashley Cadwallader was 13th in individual and 17th in double-mini.

Hurley and Cadwallader also competed in the P1 women’s synchronized trampoline, placing eighth in the club’s final competition of the season.

“What a great showing for our small North Island club, the first and only trampoline facility on all of Vancouver Island,” said Heidi Falconer, the club owner and coach. “What a great season, girls; now comes the hard work of getting ready for next year. Thanks for working so hard to be the best.”

 

Just Posted

Fishin’ Corner: Stand up for your fishing rights

“Don’t give in to DFO and their quota bureaucracy that the fish belong to everyone.”

B.C. students send books to displaced students of Hornby Island school fire

Maple Ridge elementary school teacher says students learned about acts of kindness

North Island Tour De Rock rider Benjamin Leah leads team to Port Hardy

“You don’t have issues and problems when you look at these kids and how much they’re going through.”

Get ready for a week of sunshine across Vancouver Island

Environment Canada is forecasting temperatures in the high teens all this week

PRACC Chair Fred Robertson happy with how windmill blade display turned out

“Rotary really stepped up, which was excellent.”

Live bear cam: Let the fishing begin

Watch bears in Alaska’s Katmai National Park catch their dinner live.

Campaign seeks to add Farsi to B.C. school curriculum options

Group wants Farsi added to list of nine languages in policy covering second language requirements

Trudeau urges leaders to follow Nelson Mandela’s example at UN tribute

Peace summit in New York marks 100th birthday of former South African president

Senate seats filled in B.C., Saskatchewan

Canada’s newest senators are the first woman to lead the RCMP and a Cree Metis businessman

Newfoundland’s popular ‘merb’ys’ calendar is back

The calendar of burly, bearded mermen posing against scenic backdrops for charity returns

Cap rent increases at inflation rate, B.C. task force recommends

MLAs say drop annual increase that would allow 4.5% rise next year

Nanaimo woman envisions Vancouver Island’s first cat café

Business idea still in early planning stages and hopes to be open next year

School, church, old mining site make Heritage BC’s first ‘watch list’

The list includes sites in need of protection to maintain B.C.’s culture and history

Yowza! Twerk, emoji and facepalm are added to Scrabble dictionary, OK?

Merriam-Webster has announced 300 new words have been added to the spelling game

Most Read