After qualifying in second place, Keegan Soehn captured the silver medal in the senior men’s individual trampoline event with a total of score of 57.045. In the senior men’s synchronized event, Soehn and Nathan Shuh qualified in first place and captured the silver medal with a total score of 48.700.
“After completing every routine in this competition, I am very happy to be coming home with two silver medals,” shared Keegan Soehn later on Instagram. “I am very happy with how things turned out and being back in Rio de Janeiro is great!”
Soehn is a longtime member of the Canadian National Team, having first joined the team in 2010. Nathan Shuh joined the Canadian National Team in 2019.
In the senior women’s competition, Gabby Flynn and Maja Bonham qualified for the finals in both the individual and synchronized events. In the individual trampoline competition, Flynn finished in seventh place, while Bonham finished in eighth place. In the synchronized event, the women finished in fifth place.
Both Gabby Flynn and Maja Bonham have been members of the Canadian National Team since 2019. Most recently Flynn captured the gold medal in the double-mini trampoline event at the 4th AERE World Cup in Italy. Read more here.
The Pan American championships continue with the rhythmic gymnastics competition on July 7-10 and the artistic gymnastics competition on July 14-17. For results from the Pan American Championships in trampoline gymnastics, click here: https://pan2022.cbginastica.com.br/#page-top
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