BGA at Magical Classic Florida 2023

Bermuda Gymnastics Association coach Anna Balada was pleased with the performance at a big competition with top gymnasts.

Tse Burgess, who was competing at level 8 for the first time in an overseas competition, claimed first place overall. …

… Burgess was one of 15 gymnasts from Bermuda action in Florida and Balada was impressed, particularly with eight young members of the team competing at Xcel Silver level in their very first overseas competition.

Eva Wright gave a dazzling performance to clinch first place after finishing first on beam, second on bars and third on vault. Eira Wernbo also claimed a place on the podium after finishing second on beam, while Isobel Stones narrowly missed out when fifth in the vault competition.

There were also encouraging displays from McKenna Redcliffe, Aleia Mascarenhas, Chantal Cheng, Nicole Burrows and Cassandra Mayers. …

Elsewhere at level 7, Ajana Patton claimed a fourth-place finish on vault, while Sean Lawrence finished fifth on the floor. …

There was also strong showings from the remaining four gymnasts in the Xcel Gold Division.

Chief among them was Hayleigh Cherry who finished fourth overall, having claimed a third-place finish on the floor and a fourth on the beam. Maddie Bigley finished second on the bars, Helena Baille finished fourth on floor and Lexi Daniel did likewise on the vault on her way to a sixth-place finish overall. …

Tse Burgess steals show as Bermuda gymnasts star overseas

Author: Rick Mc

Career gymnastics coach who loves the outdoors, and the internet.

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