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Aubin claims third gold medal with win in synchro trampoline for Team Quebec

Aubin and Lagacé had qualified for the finals in first place and retained their grip on the lead with a total score of 47.130 in the finals. Tyler Champagne and Isaiah Klassen from Team Saskatchewan captured the silver medal with a total score of 45.195, while Erik Arruda and David Johnston from Team Ontario took the bronze with a total score of 44.810.

“I’m really happy. When I was about to leave (for Canada Games), I was talking with my family about what my dream goal was with this competition which was to come back to Quebec with all three gold medals around my neck. It was a little bit crazy I think, but now that it happened, I’m really happy with the result,” said Aubin following the competition. “Tonight, Benjamin and I did all that we needed to do. Our goal was to do all 10 skills, and hopefully win a gold medal – winning the gold is kind of crazy because we never really do synchro together!”

“Prelims this morning went extremely well – better than I could have ever hoped for,” said Champagne from Team Manitoba after the competition. “In the finals, it was a little rocky in the middle – we both almost fell off the trampoline – but we held it together and got the best synchro score we’ve ever had. Winning this medal means so much – this is the first time

Manitoba has won a medal in trampoline at the Canada Winter Games so this is ‘Toba history!”

Anaka and Metheral took the gold in the women’s competition with a total score of 43.250 after qualifying for the finals in third position. Team Nova Scotia, composed of Jordyn Henderson and Tia Wamboldt took silver with a score of 41.530, while Team Quebec, composed of Laurence Roux and Sara-Jade Berthiaume, captured bronze with a score of 41.230.

“We just learned synchro together so our goal was to just basically finish our routines and do the best that we could – so we did that and more! This medal shows that we can do synchro pretty well, so we hope to do it at bigger competition like nationals and Elite Canada and maybe even World Age Groups one day which would be super cool,” said Metheral.

“Tonight was fantastic,” said Wamboldt from Team Nova Scotia. “Our goal was to just get on there and stay on the trampoline so winning this medal is just amazing; especially with trampoline being quite new to the Canada Games, coming home with a silver medal from such a small province is just huge.

This wraps up the gymnastics competition at the 2019 Canada Winter Games. Next up for most of these athletes will be the Elite Canada competition in Trampoline Gymnastics set to take place in Calgary, AB from May 1-5, 2019.

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