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Team Quebec takes gold in women’s artistic gymnastics team final at Canada Games

Quebec competed in the third subdivision against teams from Alberta, Prince Edward Island, the Northwest Territories, and the Yukon Territory. Their team total of 150.383 was enough for the team of Amanda Pedicelli, Charlotte Chagnon, Chelsea Murray, Chloé Lorange, Gabriele Deslauriers, and Myrelle Morin to retain the team title they also won at the last Canada Winter Games in 2015.

“I’ve never been more proud of my team,” said Murray. “We worked so hard. We’re very fortunate that we have a team that loves each other so much, and the fact that we were able to follow through on all of our practice – it’s the best feeling and we’re all really happy.”

Team Ontario, composed of Alexis DiDomizio, Dahlia Solorzano-Caruso, Emma Milne, Hannah Scarf, Hope Moxam, and Kiera Wai competed in the second subdivision and finished the day with a total of 147.608 points. They also won the silver medal in 2015.

“We didn’t start on our best event, but we got to end on our two best which was good for us,” said DiDomizio. “We all just wanted to hit our routines consistently on each event and I think we did that for the most part. We really enjoyed ourselves today – we had a lot of fun.”

In the battle for bronze, it was Team Alberta, composed of Bryn Topham, Elizabeth Holmstrom, Emma Bragg, Jada Mazury, Madison Tansowny, and Montana Fairbairn, that pulled together to score a total of 145.234 to win their first medal in the women’s team competition since 1995 when the Games were held in Grande Prairie, AB.

“This feels amazing,” said Fairbairn. “We worked so hard as a team and supported each other 100% throughout the whole competition. My goal was to hit four-for-four, and support the team. Unfortunately I fell on beam, but I’m looking to redeem myself on Tuesday.”

The men’s team final takes place on Monday, followed by the women’s all-around final on Tuesday. The men’s all-around final takes place on Wednesday, and then the apparatus finals for both men and women are on Thursday.

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