Emanuel Gutierrez Sandoval was sixth all around in the Elite 3 category at the Western Canada Gymnastics Championships in Okotoks

All-around bronze for Cerrato at Westerns

Two SGS athletes at Western Canadian Championships in Okotoks, Alberta

Two members of the Surrey Gymnastic Society performed well at that Western Canadian Gymnastics Championships in Okotoks, Alberta last weekend.

Treyson Cerrato, 13, placed third all around in a field of 15 competitors in the Provincial Level 5 category. Cerrato, one of just two athletes in the group to qualify for five of six event finals, tied for the gold medal on parallel bars, won a silver medal on high bar, and took the bronze on rings. He was also fourth on vault and sixth on floor.

Emanuel Gutierrez Sandoval, 11, was sixth overall in Elite 3. The youngest age category in the competition includes physical testing by national team coaches the day before competition, and Gutierrez Sandoval placed seventh. Combined with a fifth-place score in competition, he was sixth all around.

Sandoval earned bronze medals on both parallel bars and high bar and was fourth on floor.

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