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2022 Trampoline Gymnastics Canadian Championships Results

AUGUST 2, 2022



Gymnastics BC was ‘Golden’ at the 2022 Trampoline Gymnastics (TG) Canadian Championships! The event was successfully hosted in Calgary July 21-24 at the Genesis Centre.

Team BC finished the 4-day event in top form, capturing an unprecedented Triple Gold in the Women’s Team Finals and setting a record breaking score in Senior Men’s Double Mini Trampoline. This was a particularly impressive accomplishment for Team BC athletes given the outstanding competition from Alberta, Ontario and Quebec.

The Team Final event is a showcase of individual strengths, held as the last event of the competition.  All the provinces’ members are invited to take part, coming together in head-to-head competition in both the men’s and women’s categoriesy in all three disciplines (Trampoline, Double Mini and Tumbling). Teams must be comprised of one athlete from each competitive category (Senior, Junior, Level 7 or Level 6 and Level 5). 

Team BC Women’s Team Roster by event:

Trampoline            Samantha Smith (Senior)
           Cassidy Bodnar (Level 7)
           Hayden Good (Level 6)
           Chelsea Groves (Level 5)

Double Mini
           Gabby Flynn (Senior)
           Brooklyn Lee McMeeken (Junior)
           Sydney Lovell Schmidt (Level 7)
           Ruby Ryga (Level 5)

           Taylor Pillinger (Senior)
           Brooklyn Lee McMeeken (Junior)
           Kayla Howell (Level 7)
           Brooke Pelletier (Level 5)

Team BC athlete Gavin Dodd also won Gold at the 2022 TG Canadian Championships in Double Mini Trampoline. The Kamloops Gymnastics Trampoline Centre athlete set a new Canadian difficulty record of 20.8.  The previous record of 20.0 was held by Ontario athlete Denis Vachon.

“Breaking the Canadian DMT 2 pass difficulty record means that the sport is pushing forward and helps inspire DMT athletes to keep pushing the sport” states Gavin Dodd. “It also makes the sport more exciting for spectators to watch when new passes and records are achieved.”

“My goal for Nationals was to perform my finals passes to the best of my abilities and try to receive the highest score I could” comments Dodd. “Breaking the record was an added bonus for me.  Denis’s achievements are inspirational and it is an honour for me to break his record.”

See the Record Setting passes on Facebook or Instagram.

Congratulations to all of Team BC athletes who competed at the 2022 TG Canadian Championship and to the new Team BC 2022 National Champions! 

GymBC would like to express our sincere gratitude for the hard work of Alberta Gymnastics Federation and Gymnastics Canada for co-hosting this prestigious event. We would also like to thank the participating clubs, athletes, volunteers, sponsors and families, who traveled from far and wide to participate in the event.

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