Best rhythmic gymnasts awarded

Gymnasts from all over the country competed in the annual national championships.

12 November 2018 | Sports

Leandrea Louw

The Walvis Bay Gymnastics Club recently hosted the Rhythmic Gymnastics’ annual National Championships.

About 220 gymnasts from nine Namibian clubs participated in the competition. Clubs include the Elite Rhythmic Gymnastics Club, Illusion Rhythmic Gymnastics, Pionierspark Primary School Rhythmic Gymnastics, Windhoek Rhythmic Club, Tsumeb Gymnastics Club, Ocean View Rhythmic (Swakopmund), Infinity Rhythmic Club (Walvis Bay) International School of Walvis Bay Gymnastics Club and Walvis Bay Gymnastics Club.

Erongo RED was the main sponsor of the competition along with Kuiseb Mineral Water distributors and Viggo Lund contributed to making this a prestigious event.

The following gymnasts were awarded first place in their respective levels: Claudette Jade O. Rubios, from Elite Rhytmic (level 1), Danell Pesch from Windhoek Rhythmic (level 2), Kechia de Koe from Walvis Bay Gymnastics Club (level 3), Ndapewa Ekandja, from Windhoek Rhythmic Club (level 4), Unotjari Kaurimuje from Windhoek Rhythmic Club (level 5), Jameela Mupia from Windhoek Rhythmic Club (level 6), Madison Rust from Windhoek Rhythmic Club (level 7), Joy-Lana Kabooy from Walvis Bay Gymnastics Club (level 8), Kenandjo Mupia from Windhoek Rhythmic Club (level 9), Ndina Simon from Windhoek Rhythmic Club (level 10), Lia Kufuna from Walvis Bay Gymnastics Club (High performance 1), Angelina Namases from Ocean View Rhythmic Club (pre-junior), Shayna Schutte from Windhoek Gymnastics Club (junior) and Trusty Kavenzuva from Windhoek Gymnastics Club (senior).

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