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Soehn thrills hometown crowd by winning gold in women’s trampoline at 2019 Canada Winter Games

Soehn had qualified for the finals with the highest score in the preliminaries and continued her dominance over the field to take the gold with a score of 51.170.

“I’m buzzing! I’m still shaking – the energy here is flowing through me right now,” said Soehn immediately after the competition. “I had to take a huge breath and say my routine in my head again before I competed but then I hopped on and it turned out for the best.”

Taking the silver medal was Laurence Roux from Team Quebec with a score of 49.170. Sophia Moiseev from Team Ontario took the bronze with a score of 47.515.

“I’m really happy with my performance. I put a bit too much stress on myself, but I’m happy that I did all 10 skills,” said Roux. “Trampoline isn’t my strongest event (Roux specializes in double mini-trampoline), so I’m really happy to have won a silver medal.”

Aubin had also qualified for the finals in first place, and nailed his finals routine to win the gold with a total score of 55.630: “I’m really happy with my performance. I was a little bit nervous to do the routine because it’s easy in training, but when I go into competition it’s a little harder – so tonight I switched one movement at the end to make sure I finished it, but I’m really happy with what I did and all the effort I put in.”

Red Deer native Zachary Blakely also thrilled his family and friends in the crowd by capturing the silver medal with a score of 52.775, while David Johnston from Team Ontario grabbed the bronze with a score of 52.030.

“Tonight was so fun,” said a jubilant Blakely following the competition. “There were so many people that care about me, and so many people that wanted to see the sport, and just so many people in general that just came tonight to have some fun, and I had tons of fun too. I fed off the crowd, and I did some of best routines ever.”

Tomorrow will feature the team competition, with the first-ever Canada Games synchronized trampoline competition taking place on Thursday.

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