Huntersville’s Everest Gymnastics was proud to have six gymnasts compete in the 2018 Level 10 Junior Olympic National Championships this month. The young women represented the Eastern Division during the competition in Cincinnati, Ohio on May 11th & 12th.
Haleigh Bryant, of Cornelius, NC, competed in the Senior division. She received 1st on Vault, 2nd on Floor and 3rd All-Around.
Isabelle Schaefer, of Huntersville, NC, competed in the Junior division. She received 6th on Bars, 6th on Beam and 9th All-Around.
Meredith Robinson, of Huntersville, NC, competed in the Senior division. She received 11th on Beam and 31st All-Around.
Amber Lowe, of Kennesaw, GA, competed in the Junior division. She received 14th on Bars and 17th All-Around.
Julianna Weil, of Davidson, NC, competed in the Senior division. She received 14th on Vault and 23rd All-Around.
Aniyah Taylor, of Cornelius, NC, competed in the Junior division. She received 46th All-Around.
“These girls work and train so hard,” said owner and head coach, Qi Han, “we could not be any prouder of their success.”
About Everest Gymnastics
Qi Han and Yiwen Chen opened Everest Gymnastics Training Center, Inc. in 2004. Named after the highest mountain in the world, Everest hopes to share that there is no mountain you can’t conquer with heart, hard work and dedication. As of 2015, Everest Gymnastics Training Center is the only U.S. National Team Training Facility in North Carolina. It hosts a variety of programs including recreational gymnastics, competitive teams, trampoline and tumbling, afterschool programs and even skill clinics. For more information visit Everest-gym.com.