The Prince Albert Aerials gymnastics club honoured the past competitive season's most successful athletes, and most dedicated coaches and volunteers. The evening, held at the Rock and Iron Sports Bar, presented 24 awards after a steak dinner.
Program Director Mike Amouri said the club had a banner year. Recreational participation was at an all time high, the club organized and executed the first artistic Special Olympics event in Canada, the club qualified an athlete to Elite Canada for the first time in history, and sent eight athletes on team Saskatchewan assignments.
A list of the nights' winners include:
MOST IMPROVED – Madelyn Antaya and Delainey Neisz
MOST DEDICATED – Emilie Coombs and Jenna Tiessen
MOST IMPROVED PRE COMPETITIVE GIRL – Taylor Logan
MOST IMPROVED FIRST YEAR PRE COMP GIRL - Izabelle Cyr
MOST DEDICATED PRE COMPETITIVE GIRL – Janaea Hayes
ARTISTRY AWARD – Surrie Gratias - McDonald
LEADERSHIP AWARD – Serra Gillis
SPORTSMANSHIP AWARD – Bridgette Boyd and Edye Bendzak
MOST IMPROVED – Cohen L’Abbe
MOST DEDICATED – Kaleb Clayton
MOST IMPROVED PRE COMPETITIVE BOY – Jude Genkins
MOST DEDICATED PRE COMPETITIVE BOY – Anthony Luciano
LEADERSHIP AWARD – Carter Boden
SPORTSMANSHIP AWARD – Kaelan Leblanc
Trampoline and Tumbling
MOST IMPROVED – Morgan Deck
MOST DEDICATED – Dempsie Cowan
ELIZABETH AGNEW (athlete of the year) - Jessie Georget
MICHAEL AMOURI (goal setting award) - Kiera Beauchesne
KARA THORPE AWARD (best competitive ambassador) - Brent Ertman
SPIRIT AWARD – Piper Fontaine
COACH OF THE YEAR – Caitlin Moody
COMEBACK OF THE YEAR – Billy Georget
VOLUNTEER OF THE YEAR – John Harvey
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