Ilka Juk led the medal parade for the Omega Gymnastics Club at last week's B.C. Artistic Gymnastics championships in Prince George.
The pre-novice elite competitor topped her division, with gold medals in balance beam, floor and vault, and a silver in uneven bars.
Scoring all-around silver was teammate Cathy Zhong, who posted the best mark in bars and tied Juk on beam. Grace Noble was third overall, with silver on floor.
In national novice category, Seina Murase-Cho registered silver all-around, powered by a gold effort on vault and silver on bars. She also placed third overall on floor.
In P4 argo/tyro division, Megan Goble secured second all-around with the top marks on bars and third on beam. Havan Martinez, in P2 argo, tied for third overall.
Omega will also be sending a large contingent on behalf of Team B.C. to the Westerns next month in Winnipeg.
Advancing on the strength of top-five or six finishes at Team B.C. trials were: Seina Murase-Cho and Sophie Ogburn (national novice); Ilka Juk, Grace Noble, Shayla Symes and Cathy Zhong (pre-novice elite); Savannah Holman, Sequoia Johnston, Rebecca Kovacs and Marisol Zeballos (pre-novice aspire).
Here are more Omega results: National novice - Sophia Ogburn, 7 th A/A, 4 th floor. Pre-novice elite - Shayla Symes, 4 th A/A, 3 rd bars, beam, 4 th floor, vault. Pre-novice aspire - Marisol Zeballos, 4 th A/A, 2 nd beam, 5 th floor; Elizabeth Noble, 6 th A/A, 2 nd floor; Savannah Holman, 7 th A/A, 3 rd bars, 5 th vault; Sequoia Johnston, 9 th A/A, 3 rd bars, 4 th vault. P2 argo - Stephanie Quek, 11 th A/A, 8 th bars, floor.
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