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March 23, 2006
Six local gymnasts helped their team win first place trophies in a USA Gymnastics League competition held at Leading Edge Gymnastics in Camarillo on March 4. The team captured first place trophies for competitive levels four, six and seven. The team also took a second place trophy in level five. The gymnasts included 11-year-old Brittany Kolb who, as a level seven competitor, placed first on uneven bars and balance beam, fifth on the floor and second all around in her age category.
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July 23, 2009
Gymnastics campers show skills To culminate a fun filled week of Gymnastics Camp at the Crescenta-Cañada Family YMCA , parents of the campers were treated to a performance showcasing all that the young gymnasts had learned. Gymnastics summer camp has been a part of the YMCA’s curriculum of specialty camps for the past several years. This day camp gives participants, between 5 and 13, the opportunity to learn or enhance their gymnastic abilities. Counselors teach campers basic to advanced skills on floor exercise, rings, vault, parallel bars, balance beam, uneven bars and tumble track.
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By Andrew Shortall, andrew.shortall@latimes.com | November 24, 2010
Rachael Reed has trouble sitting still. She'll practice her push-outs for gymnastics while she's doing homework, or even while she's being interviewed for a newspaper article. Like most 9-year-olds, Rachael is also pretty shy. "When she's performing [gymnastics] it goes away," said Camille Reed, Rachael's mom. "I don't think she realizes she's performing. " It's safe to say gymnastics comes naturally to Rachael, the fourth-grade La Cañada Elementary student. Although it comes more easily to her then to most, she still refines her skills five days a week, four hours a day, at Club Champion Gymnastics in Pasadena.
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By Andrew Shortall, andrew.shortall@latimes.com | November 24, 2010
Rachael Reed has trouble sitting still. She'll practice her push-outs for gymnastics while she's doing homework, or even while she's being interviewed for a newspaper article. Like most 9-year-olds, Rachael is also pretty shy. "When she's performing [gymnastics] it goes away," said Camille Reed, Rachael's mom. "I don't think she realizes she's performing. " It's safe to say gymnastics comes naturally to Rachael, the fourth-grade La Cañada Elementary student. Although it comes more easily to her then to most, she still refines her skills five days a week, four hours a day, at Club Champion Gymnastics in Pasadena.
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July 23, 2009
Gymnastics campers show skills To culminate a fun filled week of Gymnastics Camp at the Crescenta-Cañada Family YMCA , parents of the campers were treated to a performance showcasing all that the young gymnasts had learned. Gymnastics summer camp has been a part of the YMCA’s curriculum of specialty camps for the past several years. This day camp gives participants, between 5 and 13, the opportunity to learn or enhance their gymnastic abilities. Counselors teach campers basic to advanced skills on floor exercise, rings, vault, parallel bars, balance beam, uneven bars and tumble track.
SPORTS
March 23, 2006
Six local gymnasts helped their team win first place trophies in a USA Gymnastics League competition held at Leading Edge Gymnastics in Camarillo on March 4. The team captured first place trophies for competitive levels four, six and seven. The team also took a second place trophy in level five. The gymnasts included 11-year-old Brittany Kolb who, as a level seven competitor, placed first on uneven bars and balance beam, fifth on the floor and second all around in her age category.
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