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Dolci becomes most-decorated gymnast at 2019 Canada Winter Games with four more medals in apparatus finals

Dolci leaves the 2019 Canada Winter Games with 4 gold captured in the all-around final, on floor, vault, and high bar, 1 silver in the team competition, and 1 bronze on rings.

“I think the highlight of the competition was competing as a team – everyone was cheering for each other, and it was a really nice atmosphere in the competition,” said Dolci who won five medals at the last Canada Winter Games in 2015. “For tonight, I was really happy with my rings routine, I think it was one of the best rings routine of my life, it was really clean, and I got a really good result.”

On the women`s side, Scharf  captured gold on beam, silver in the team competition and on the uneven bars, and bronze in the all-around competition and on floor.

“I had a great routine on bars. I ended up downgrading my dismount because it is the third day of competition and I`m feeling a little big fatigued. With beam, I’m super proud, because I went three for three over the three days of competition, so I`m super happy with that. And with floor, I feel like it was one of the best floor routines I`ve ever done,” said Scharf. “My highlight has really been hitting four for four, three days in a row – that’s like 12 routines so I`m really proud of that.”

Other gold medallists in the apparatus finals for the women included Dahlia Solorzano-Caruso from Ontario on vault; Chloé Lorange from Quebec on the uneven bars, and Montana Fairbairn from Alberta on floor.

On the men’s side, the other gold medallists in the apparatus finals were David Sandro from Ontario on the pommel horse and parallel bars, and Chris Kaji from Ontario on rings.

Thursday marked the end of the artistic gymnastics competition at the 2019 Canada Winter Games. The trampoline gymnastics competition kicks off on Monday with the individual men’s and women’s individual trampoline competition.

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