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Gymfinity Does a Triple Play in Wisconsin and Illinois
Date:1/16/2013

Fitchburg Wisconsin (PRWEB) January 16, 2013

3 Different teams under one roof and they all had a meet at the same time. The Madison area's hub of gymnastics and trampoline competition took to the gyms of 3 different areas this weekend and had overwhelming success.

The Gymfinity Optional team (levels 7, 8, and 9 in USA Gymnastics Junior Olympic competition) competed at the St. Jude Benefit meet in Schaumburg Illinois. "The teams did remarkably well" said coach J. Orkowski, "most of the teams were from Illinois and Michigan, two very tough states for gymnastics, and we held our own and stood toe to toe with gyms that train twice the hours we do." Gymfinity's Level 7 team placed 6th overall in the team competition with individual honors going to 12 year old Abby Davis placing 2nd on balance beam, 13 year old Addie Schipper placing 3rd in the All Around and 15 year old Olivia Castleberg who ranked at the top on balance beam for her age group. The level 8 team also faired well with a great showing overall by the team and an individual placement of 17 year old Hannah Hageman who placed 3rd on floor exercise. The level 9 team, Gymfinity's highest team currently, placed 6th overall as a team and powerful showings from 13 year old Kacey Mortenson (2nd on both bars and floor), 16 year old Chelsea Gray (3rd on 1st on beam, 3rd on floor and 4th all around), and 15 year old Brianna Slonim (1st on vault, 4th on beam and floor and 3rd all around). "our team did so much better with great support from Mari (Schroeder) and Haley (Gawronski). Having depth on the team really makes us more competitive wioth those other gyms." Orkowski told us. "The meet was a success overall, but what better than the placement is that our kids really get the idea of the benefit. That is what makes them champions regardless of the awards." The st. Jude Benefit meet started in 1991 with a few gymnasts raisi
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