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USAG Women—$ per athlete. Men—$ per Entry Deadline: Friday, December 19, Please use entry Wisconsin State Handbook. Equipment. Austin Straubel International Airport - Green Bay, WI. Outagamie County http:// az-links.info Rates: Admission: entry form. Level 8 gymnasts receiving a +AA at their state meet and intend to compete at. Madtown Twisters USAG Gymnastics Teams many becoming State and Regional Champions, National Qualifiers, and NCAA college scholarship recipients.
She advanced to the Junior Olympics National Championships in where she finished tied for 36th with an all-around score of In the Wisconsin State Championships, she finished in the top seven in every event.
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Posted an all-around score of Jordan recorded her personal best on the uneven bars in the Scamps Blizzard Invitational in with a 9. Competed in the Level 10 Junior Olympics National Championship where she posted a personal best in the balance beam with a 9.
She also tied for 28th in the all-around competition and scored personal bests in the all-around Potts took third place in all-around and bars, and fifth place on floor and won vault at the BIG Dream Classic with a personal best score of 9. She competed in the Indiana Level 10 State Championships, finishing 10th in the all-around competition with a score of She recorded her best score on balance beam at the Region 5 Level 10 Regionals with a 9.
Prentice's best vault score came at the Champions Derby Classic, where she scored a 9.
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She competed in the Junior Olympics National Invitational Tournament with an all-around score of At the Region 5 Level 10 Regionals, Purtell recorded personal bests in the uneven bars, balance beam and all-around scoring a 9. Van Voorhis trained at Universal Gymnastics Inc.
In the Ohio Level 10 State Championships, she finished in the top 10 in all events with a personal best in the vault of 9. She recorded personal bests in the uneven bars and all-around at the Athlete Warrior Challenge, posting scores of 9.
Urgent Care Clinic validated a mass; then Ultrasound; next a Urologist confirmed a mass and scheduled a radical orchiectomy for Monday Jan We were shell shocked! We decided to go to Swiss to keep up his spirits and the Swiss Family came through! Evan had a great practice and was recharged!
The surgery came and went. We were nervous because of surgery and results of the biopsy. Evan was out of school for a week and gymnastics for 4 to 6 weeks!
But his health had to come first! Evan had no restrictions: Thursday Feb 2results: The mass is a non-seminoma embryonal carcinoma with no apparent metastasis: Next a CT scan from the neck to upper thighs to check for other tumors; finding: Chemotherapy treatment plan starting March 6: Really hit Evan on Wednesday, he could hardly move.
Thursday he had behind-the-wheel DMV test: He needed the weekend to recover. By the following Monday, he was back in school and to practice!
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He started on Rings and peeled off one hand causing his arm to be hurt You could tell he was running out of energy on High-Bar, his favorite event. He sat out Floor. Then came back to take 2nd place on Pommel Horse.
The following week was chemo week 2 which hit him harder than week 1 and he had to have a shot to help boost his white blood cell count which made his bones ache.
Yet 8 days after his last dose of chemo, he competed at the Region IV Championships! Somehow he had enough energy to complete all 6 events! After the meet Evan was recognized for what his is going through and was given a standing ovation; then another when he was on the podium for 2nd place on Pommel After the AA winners had been awarded and recognized, an announcement was made that the Qualifiers to J.
Nationals would be introduced. Then something extraordinary happened. The gymnasts in the session had been sitting on the FX area in front of the awards stand. Spontaneously, quietly for a second, in mass, as though something had erupted from the earth, they all stood in unison with their arms raised, then they began pumping the air, applauding and cheering Evan, who quietly stood on the podium smiling.
The arena reverberated with the sound of family, friends, people who didn't know him, and suddenly his team mates, celebrating what he had accomplished, andwhat his success had done for them.
Nationals in Kissimmee, FL on May 11,19 days after his third cycle of 5-daily chemo treatments 15 so far. With athletes in JO - Level 10 - 16 year olds, he was tied for 41st after day 1 and 8th on high-bar. He earned his way to All-Around finals on May 13 being in the top 42!
On Saturday May 13,you could tell Evan was tired He completed all 6 events with only 1 fall on high-bar. Evan placed 42nd after day 2.
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At the very end, after completing his rings event and sticking the landing, he had a standing ovation from his peers, club and college coaches, and spectators. Through the week and after competing day 2, MANY came up to him and personally shook his hand, gave a hug or fist bump.
In my opinion this recognition was better than any medal The gymnastics community has been inspirational and uplifting to Evan's fight! CT scan and blood tests were completed June 8: