Glacier sets provincial roster

The club will have 14 athletes at provincials next month.

(L-R) Emerson Mandseth

Glacier Gymnastics is sending 14 athletes to provincials next month.

The club earned the berths at the Key City Invitational in Cranbrook on March 11 to 12. Glacier sent 59 athletes to the competition, which attracted 300 participants from clubs in British Columbia and Alberta.

The athletes set to compete at the B.C. Artistic Gymnastics and Trampoline Championships in Port Coquitlam, on April 7 to 9, are: Shelbi van Hellemond, Eden Bellman, Abby Majeski, Olivia Bezaire, Aurora Dool, Gwen McCrory, Lily Linnen, Mercedes Majeski, Olivia Kelly, Lily Taylor, Dafni van Hellemond, Brianne Stefani, Matthew Bullen and Elisa Clark.

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