Gymagic Girls Go To Russia

Two Victoria Gymagic girls, starting their thanksgiving vacation early, and they are doing it far away from home.
Brooke Warzecha and Krista McNary, competing in the World Age Group Games in St. Petersburg, Russia. They will both compete in the youth elite 13-14 year old age group. Both girls competed last year in the World Age Group Games in Sofia, Bulgaria. Last year, McNary took fourth on double mini, 16th on trampoline and on synchronized trampoline, while Warzecha placed 12th in synchro. Both girls told me they are stronger physically, and mentally, than they were a year ago. I talked with them about worlds, along with Gymagic head coach Cindy Seerden. Said McNary “The competition is from all around the world. The atmosphere is fun and it’s exciting and your adrenalin is just pumping. It’s amazing.” Said Warzecha, “I am glad I got a bunch of experience. I remember all the fun times I had. I met new people from different countries. I had so much fun and I gained so much experience and really had the time of my life over there. ” Said coach Seerden, “It’s really cool that they’re going a second year in a row. They get to go with experience this time. They also have their guns loaded. They have never jumped higher and they have never done the degree of difficulty that they’ve done this time. They look so good and they are so well-prepared. I’m hoping that the experience helps settle them down just a little bit so they can really perform.’
This is the sixth time Victoria Gymagic has had competitors qualify to compete in the World Age Group Games.

The 2018 World Age Group Competition, Nov. 15-18, at St. Petersburg’s (Russia) Sport and Concert Complex are underway. Competition has begun, and each day has finals in double mini-trampoline, trampoline, synchronized trampoline and tumbling in four age groups, 11-12, 13-14, 15-16 and 17-21. Every day, this post will be updated with the medalists at the competition. We send congratulations to all who are participating on the world stage.

A complete list of the U.S. Team is listed below. Fans can follow the action through live streaming, live scoring, start lists and results

Gold medalists

15-16 double-mini-trampoline: Kayttie Nakamura, Hawaii Academy

Silver medalists

15-16 double mini-trampoline: Sydney Senter, Hawaii Trampoline and Tumbling

Bronze medalists

13-14 tumbling: Savanna Cecil, Premier Athletics

A complete list of the U.S. Team is listed below. Fans can follow the action through live streaming, live scoring, start lists and results.

Competition schedule
All times are local; eight hours ahead of Eastern time zone.

November 16

10 a.m. – Qualifications: trampoline, men and women 13-14
10:45 a.m. – Qualifications: tumbling, women 15-16
11:30 a.m. – Qualifications: double-mini, men 17-21
1:20 p.m. – Qualifications: tumbling, men 15-16; double-mini, women 17-21
4 p.m. – Qualifications: synchronized trampoline, men and women, 11-12
6 p.m. – Finals: trampoline, men and women, 13-14
6:35 p.m. – Finals: tumbling, women 15-16; double-mini, men, 17-21
7:10 p.m. – Finals: tumbling, men 15-16; double-mini, women, 17-21
7:45 p.m. – Finals: synchronized trampoline, men and women, 11-12

November 17

10 a.m. – Qualifications: trampoline, men and women, 15-16
10:45 a.m. – Qualifications: tumbling, men 17-21; double-mini, women 11-12
1:20 p.m. – Qualifications: tumbling, women 17-21; double-mini, men 11-12
3 p.m. – Qualifications: synchronized trampoline, men and women, 13-14
6 p.m. – Finals: trampoline, men and women, 15-16
6:35 p.m. – Finals: tumbling, men 17-21; double-mini, women, 11-12
7:10 p.m. – Finals: tumbling, women 17-21; double-mini, men, 11-12
7:45 p.m. – Finals: synchronized trampoline, men and women, 13-14

November 18

9:30 a.m. – Qualifications: trampoline, men and women 17-21
10:15 a.m. – Qualifications: double-mini, women 13-14
11 a.m. – Qualifications: tumbling, women 11-12
12:50 p.m. – Qualifications: tumbling, men 11-12; double-mini, men 13-14
2:30 p.m. – Qualifications: synchronized trampoline, men and women, 15-16
4:45 p.m. – Finals: trampoline, men and women, 17-21
5:20 p.m. – Finals: tumbling, women 11-12; double-mini, men, 13-14
5:55 p.m. – Finals: tumbling, men 11-12; double-mini, women, 13-14
6:30 p.m. – Finals: synchronized trampoline, men and women, 15-16

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2018 U.S. World Age Group Team
Listed by event and age category

Trampoline

Women
11-12: Ava Dehanes, ETA
11-12: Ksenia Karpushkina, Gymnastics du Sol
11-12: Logan McCoy, ETA
11-12: Lynlee Taylor, Twist and Shout
13-14: Alexis Gustavson, Tumble Tech
13-14: Ava Hernando, ETA
13-14: Krista McNary, Victoria Gymagic
13-14: Brooke Warzecha, Victoria Gymagic
15-16: Maia Amano, Hawaii Academy
15-16: Miah Bruns, Twistars
15-16: Kayttie Nakamura, Hawaii Academy
15-16: Sydney Senter, Hawaii Academy
17-21: Trinity VanNatta, Integrity Athletics
17-21: Lexi Vigil, Acrospirits

Men
11-12: Van Larson, Air Sports Unlimited
11-12: Reilly Lichtman, Garden State
11-12: Micah Miner, Kris Power Tumbling
11-12: Matthew Tocci, Garden State
13-14: Garrett George, MTGA
13-14: Ryan MacCagnan, Stars Gymnastics
13-14: Tomas Minc, Dynamite Gymnastics
13-14: Jace Williams, North Valley
15-16: Logan Gilbert, 3TI
15-16: Zachary Ramacci, Midwest Training and Ice
15-16: Weston Sitz, Eagle Gymnastics Academy
15-16: Nicholas Verderosa, ETA
17-21: Paul Bretscher, MTGA
17-21: Ruben Padilla, Wasatch Trampoline & Tumbling

Tumbling

Women
11-12: Sienna Jibben, Sonshine Gymnastics
11-12: Sophie Krueger, Central Illinois Gymnastics Academy
11-12: Zuzu Smith, TwistStars
11-12: Rosalie Thongphay, Scottsdale Gymnastics
13-14: Savanna Cecil, Premier Athletics
13-14: Shelby Nobuhara, High Altitude
13-14: Jill Papenhause, Central Illinois Gymnastics Academy
13-14: Tasha Williams, Jon Williams Fondulac Flyers
15-16: Miah Bruns, Twistars
15-16: Eve Doudican, Oklahoma Extreme
15-16: Ashley McDonald, High Altitude
15-16: Tia Taylor, Premier Athletics
17-21: Emma Mobley, Scottsdale Gymnastics
17-21: Isabel Steinmetz, Gymnastics Central
17-21: Daniela Zavala, Gymnastics Academy of Rockford

Men
13-14: Alex Balinbin, Elmwood Gymnastics Academy
13-14: Cub Chivington, Wasatch T&T
13-14: Alexander Cole, Dynamite Gymnastics
15-16: Zeke Dayton, Wasatch Trampoline & Tumbling
15-16: Dominic Dumas, Air Extreme
15-16: Haydn Fitzgerald, Seattle Gymnastics-Ballard
15-16: Grant Forsee, Elite World Gymnastics
17-21: Jeremy Darr, Eagle Gymnastics Academy
17-21: Andrew Davis, Scottsdale Gymnastics
17-21: Max Lively, Eagle Gymnastics Academy
17-21: Patrick Lyell, Elmwood Gymnastics Academy

Double mini-trampoline

Women
11-12: Jillian Jones-Pschirrer, Kris Power Tumbling
11-12: Reese Nichols, Kris Power Tumbling
11-12: Holly Richardson, Airborne Colorado
11-12: Morgan Van Dyck, Fox Valley
13-14: Cameran Cooper, Tennessee Elite
13-14: Krista McNary, Victoria Gymagic
13-14: Shelby Nobuhara, High Altitude
13-14: Sophie Stone, 3TI
15-16: Maia Amano, Hawaii Academy
15-16: Kayttie Nakamura, Hawaii Academy
15-16: Sydney Senter, Hawaii Academy
15-16: Allie Singer, World Elite Gymnastics
17-21: Aubrey Beyers, Kris Power Tumbling
17-21: Kellyn Euhus, Top Star
17-21: Mikaela Hunter, Coach Patty’s
17-21: Kelly Keitel, Top Star

Men
11-12: Van Larson, Air Sports Unlimited
11-12: Micah Miner, Kris Power Tumbling
11-12: Cristian Orth, Flip Force San Diego
13-14: Changa Anderson, Silver Stars
13-14: Cub Chivington, Wasatch T&T
13-14: Tomas Minc, Dynamite Gymnastics
13-14: Jayce Percival, Gymnast Factory
15-16: Aidan Casey, Seattle Gymnastics – Ballard
15-16: Trevor Harder, Flip Force NC
15-16: Charlie Larson, Gleason’s
15-16: Joshua Rasoul, So Cal TTC

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