Gymnasts vault to success in Boca Raton

The Motions Unlimited gymnasts found success in Boca Raton.

Nine young gymnasts representing Motions Unlimited took home the first place gold team title from the Florida Crown Championships in Boca Raton, Florida, on April 28 finding success at their final overseas meet of the season.

The team of Ciara Bradley, Morgan Crowley, Emmi Daykin, Meaghan Fowler, Bethany Hawkins, Georgi Hayman, Maddalena Polloni, Sophia Simpson and Tai Wammer dominated the awards stage.

In the group 1 age division, Bethany Hawkins sparkled with a gold first place all around, along with a gold on beam plus bronze on floor, bars and vault. Georgi Hayman snapped up a silver second place all around and gold on bars, while Sophia Simpson dazzled with a gold first place on vault and silver on bars. Rounding out group 1 was Emmi Daykin grabbing a first place gold on beam and silver on floor.

In the group 2 age division, Morgan Crowley stepped up to claim first place all around, silver on bars and bronze on floor and vault. Tai Wammer took gold first place on balance beam, silver on vault and third place bronze all around. Maddalena Polloni scored a first place gold on vault along with a bronze third place on bars. Meaghan Fowler added to the medal count with a bronze on beam and Ciara Bradley secured a silver second place on floor with the highest score on that event for the entire group.

Coming up next for the Motions Unlimited competitive gymnasts will be the Summer Extravaganza in May at the Motions facility on Sparkys Drive.

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