Chloé Lorange wins Canada Winter Games

Chloé Lorange QC 37.787
Myrelle Morin QC 37.574
Hannah Scharf ON 37.287
Montana Fairbairn AB 37.237
Gabriele Deslauriers QC 37.062
Charlotte Chagnon QC 36.587

full results

In a closely fought battle for individual all around glory, in which the top four gymnasts competed their Level 10 routines with 10.0 start values, the top two teammates from Québec took gold and silver.

Chloé Lorange competing last on floor won the gold medal with top scores on bars, beam, and floor totalling 37.787 points. Fellow Club Gymnix gymnast Myrelle Morin of Montréal who led the qualifications claimed the silver medal with 37.574 points. …

Hannah Scharf of Shenderey Gymnastics Institute in Newmarket, Ontario led the first rotation on vault claimed the bronze medal with solid performances on her other apparatus.

Inside Gymnastics Canada

Jessica Lopez interview

Sam Peszek has a great catch-up with fan favourite J Lo who finished 6th at the Rio Olympics for Venezuela.

She’s coaching now. But hasn’t ruled out trying for Tokyo 2020.

double bounce Bar handstand trainer

Click PLAY or watch it on Instagram.

new USAG President / CEO Li Li Leung

Official announcement.

Impressive credentials:

She was a gymnast at the University of Michigan

She has a sports marketing background

She has been working in the NBA headquarters since 2015

She competed in American Ninja Warrior

The main question so far is WHY she would leave the NBA for USAG.

Let’s wish her all the best.

Ontario wins Men’s Canada Winter Games

Ontario 315.200 1
Québec 312.400 2
Nova Scotia 298.750 3
Saskatchewan 296.400 4
British Columbia 290.200 5
New Brunswick 288.200 6

full results

The big happy surprise is Nova Scotia taking the Bronze.