The month of July was a big one for Quinte Bay Tumbling and Acrobatic athletes. They both attended the Canadian National Championship in their respective disciplines where the best athletes from across the country come together to compete.
For the third straight year in a row Team Ontario; a local competitive team from Ontario Dance Academy has taken top spot at an advanced level competition.
The Quinte Bay Gymnastics Club Power Tumblers had a very successful weekend at the 2023 trampoline and tumbling provincial championships in Oshawa.
Five local gymnasts recently competed at Eastern Canadian championships in Sherbrooke, Quebec bringing home four gold and one bronze medal.
Gymnastics had been Hudson Mulvihill’s sports focus for most of her life. That was until she started playing lacrosse.
Three power tumblers from the Quinte Bay Gymnastics Club have recently competed at world events in Sofia, Bulgaria.
Quinte Bay Gymnastics Club hosted the Ontario Acro Championships and National Championships this past weekend. Athletes from across the country traveled here to compete.
Whether it’s in cheerleading or on the ski slopes, Aynsley Hoornweg likes a big challenge.
For instance, the nine-year-old is a flyer with Pegasus Cheer Athletics.
This past weekend (Feb 25-27) 11 of Quinte Bay Gymnastics Club’s Competitive gymnasts competed for the first time in two years at AIM Gymnastics in Pickering, ON! The athletes are Women’s Artistic Gymnasts which perform routines on Vault, Bars, Beam and Floor.
Pegasus is excited to continue being a safe space for families in the Bay of Quinte region. As they begin planning for the upcoming season. A Home Away From Home for their Athletes.