Sidney Charles

DOMINANT AT LEVEL 8: Sidney Charles does her stuff on the balance beam during the Tots & Tumblers “We Flippin 2019” Gymnastics Tournament at the Woodbrook Youth Facility, Woodbrook. —Photo courtesy Allan V Crane/CA-images

Tots & Tumblers gymnasts dominated their club’s “We Flippin” event held at the Woodbrook Youth Facility recently.

While Vania Torres of the House For Gymnastics earned a perfect 10 on the balance beam from the judges which included five officials from USA Gymnastics -- Janice Morrow, TC Goodwin, Christine Erickson, Denise Weaver and Zachary Lessen -- five members of the club competed unbeaten within their levels and age groups, taking home gold medals on all four apparatus -- vault, uneven bars, balance beam, floor exercise as well as the all-around gold. These athletes were: Level 8 -- Sidney Charles, Level 6 -- Keneisha Belfon, Level 2 – Zinniah Mc Donald and Gabrielle Webb, Level 5 – Tenique Vincent.


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