Rhythmic Competition Success – Dublin Cup 2014!

Saturday 22nd and Sunday 23rd February was another great weekend of competitions for Renmore Gymnasts Club. Our Rhythmic Gymnasts participated at the annual National/International rhythmic gymnastics competition Dublin Cup 2014 organized by Triumph gymnastics Club.

Aoife Nichiobhain, Katie Dooley and Isabella Poskrobko competed at the International level where they met competitors from such countries as Russia, Estonia, Lithuania, Latvia, Cyprus, Israel, Netherlands, England and many more. Well done girls! They showed very good results and great competition spirit.

Aoife NiChiobhain 11th place in 2003 category
Isabella Poskrobko 10th place in 2003category
Katie Dooley 16th place in 2004 category

And of course a fanstastic result at the national category:

Aoife NiChiobhain 3th place in 2003 category
Isabella Poskrobko 2th place in 2003category
Katie Dooley 3th place in 2004 category

A huge well done to our older gymnasts Ciara Mulgannon who received gold medal, Megan Lenihan – silver and Orna Hennessy – bronze and Megan Griffin who competed her new ball routine and came 5th in her category. Well done to Anna Higgins who improved her results from the last competition and came 8th in the National category 2005.

Joining our more experienced gymnasts in competitions were gymnasts from our younger squads, they competed at their first competition and did it with a huge success.

Holly Treacy 3rd place in 2006 category
Milana Tihomirova 3rd place in 2005 category

The weekend was a great success, we came home with 8 medals in total. Well done girls! Renmore gymnastics is very proud of all the gymnasts that performed over the weekend, well done all of you! I would like to say a huge thank you to the parents for their continued support and another thank you to Robert Tsay and Triumph Gymnastics Club team for organizing the event.

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