Campbell River competes at Canadian Championships

Due to Covid, the 2020 Men’s Canadian Gymnastics Championships were canceled. In 2021, the competition was postponed to be in person.  After a long wait they decided against an in-person competition and went virtual.  It was arranged that all eligible BC athletes would perform and record their routines together in Vancouver at the Phoenix Gymnastics Club.

Carson Ogg, a Campbell River gymnast who qualified to both Canadian Championships, 2020 and 2021, finally got his chance to perform at the competition alongside teammate Jackson Martin who qualified for his first time.  The competition took place November 11-13th, however due to delays associated with virtual competitions and the shipment of awards, we are only now able to share the news.

Carson and Jackson trained hard to prepare for this competition and they had some great results creating history for our Campbell River club!  This competition took place over 2 days.  Day one established Team placement and individual All Around scores.  Day 2 was Event Finals.

Jackson Martin -Junior 14-15 division:  Day 1- Jackson captured 2nd on Pommel Horse, 4th on Floor, 5th on High Bar, 7th on Vault, 10th on Rings and 11th on Parallel Bars to come home with the Silver medal in the All Around!   Day 2- Jackson finished in 2nd place on Pommel Horse and Rings in the 14-15 division.

Carson Ogg – Junior 18 and under division: Day 1- Carson captured 2nd place on Floor, took 4th place on Parallel Bars, placed 12th on Pommel Horse, 14th High Bar, 17th on Vault finishing 19th on Rings to come home in 12th place in the All Around. On Day 2- Carson finished 13th on high bar and 17th on vault.

Scores from both our boys contributed to a Gold medal for Team BC!  An amazing accomplishment for these athletes!


Carson Ogg – Canadian Championship

Jordan Loock makes history for Campbell River Gymnastics

Jordan Loock, a gymnast from the Campbell River Gymnastics Association made history becoming the first girl to qualify for the Canadian Championships.  It was a virtual competition, filmed in our home gym between June14-20th, and hosted by Gymnastics Canada.  Jordan was competing in the younger JO 10 division.

Jordan had a strong competition making more history bringing home the first medals from the Canadian Championships capturing a Silver medal on bars with a solid performance.  She followed that up with winning a 4th place ribbon on vault, taking a 6th place ribbon on floor and finishing in 9th place on the beam.  Jordan ended up in 4th place in the All Around competition helping Team BC come home with the Gold medal.

Jordan Loock won Silver on bars and Team BC won Gold

Cr Gymnast makes history

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Liam Deagle of the Campbell River Gymnastics Association has qualified for his first ever Canadian Championships. Not only is this a first for him but he is also the first gymnast to qualify for Nationals from Campbell River.
Liam is excited to represent team BC at this year’s Canadian Championships held in Edmonton June 1st to the 5th. Liam will be traveling without coach Esteban Baeza. Esteban is confident Liam can perform at his best with traveling team BC coaches Mike Hood and Kris Krunick.

Liam just returned from representing team BC at the Western Canadian Championships held in Richmond. Liam had an excellent performance coming home in 5th place in the All Around. Liam qualified for three event finals where he came home with a Bronze medal on the rings, 5th place on the pommel horse and 6th on the high bar. Congrats on a job well done!!