Coquitlam's Seina Murase-Cho performed her routines in a cool and calm manner earlier this month at the Western Canadian Gymnastics championships in Winnipeg.
The end result was that the Omega Gymnastics' athlete collected three medals in a competition where she led a strong club procession.
Murase-Cho qualified for all four event national novice finals, securing gold in both balance beam and vault. She also took bronze in uneven bars and placed fourth on floor. In all-around competition, the 13-year-old racked up the second all-around best score behind a top result on vault. She stood second on beam and third on both bars and floor.
Murase-Cho helped Team B.C. capture national novice gold.
Clubmate Shayla Symes also posted a second all-around result in the pre-novice elite division. She posted top marks on uneven bars and second highest total in vault, while finishing fourth on beam and fifth on floor.
In pre-novice elite, Ilka Juk placed fifth all-around after coming second on beam. Coquitlam's Grace Noble was sixth all-around based on her second in floor and third in bars.
Juk, Noble, Symes and Zhong were all members of Team B.C.'s pre-novice gold-winning squad.
B.C.'s pre-novice aspire's team, which included Omega's Savannah Holman, Sequoia Johnston, Rebecca Kovacs and Marisol Zeballos secured silver.
Here are more Omega results: Savannah Holman, pre-novice aspire - 9 th a/a; Sequoia Johnston, pre-novice aspire - 2 nd vault, 16 th a/a; Rebecca Kovacs, pre-novice aspire - 18 th a/a; Sophie Ogburn, national novice - 12 th a/a; Marisol Zeballos, pre-novice aspire - 12 th a/a; Cathy Zhong, pre-novice elite - 3 rd bars, beam, 7 th a/a.
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