Manitoba’s Canada Games 2003 Trials

Feb.1-2, 2003

at Panthers Gymnastics


For more information about Canada Games , click the logo: Go to the 2003 Canada Games Web Site

For more information about Team Manitoba , click the logo: Go to the Sport Manitoba Web Site



The trials was hosted by Panthers on February 1st and 2nd.


The competition was very good and excellent performances were accomplished.


Ashlee deLeeuw won the meet with a total score of 36.15


Five gymnasts were selected to the team on day one ...and on day 2, the 2 remaining gymnasts on the
team plus the alternate were named upon the cumulative results of both days.



Here are the scores and ranking of each Manitoba team members:

      1- 36.15    Ashlee deLeeuw, Panthers
      2- 35.80    Jenna Kerbis, Eagles
      3- 35.40    Joeanna Leung, Winnettes
      4- 34.70    Stephanie Monkman, Panthers
      5- 34.10    Alexandra Regier, Panthers
      6- 34.075  Stephanie Friesen, Panthers
      7- 33.95    Nicole Mulder, Panthers
      8- 33.875  Michelle Dewyn, Panthers ,  Alternate



click here to see a picture of the full team !


Panthers Gymnasts  earned 5 spots on the team comprised of 7 gymnasts in total...
Congratulations to All !!!




           Ashlee deLeeuw                                                             Stephanie Monkman




 Alexandra Regier                                                            Stephanie Friesen




         Nicole Mulder                                                          Michelle Dewyn, Alternate



Click here to see Stephanie Monkman's Moral booster...Art work !


Good Luck to all at Canada Games !!!





4 Years ago...Canada Games 1999

Did you know that 4 years ago at the 1999 Canada Games, the whole Manitoba team was comprised of Panthers Gymnasts only ?
Jholeen Ponce, Ashlee deLeeuw, Leah Dlot, Katherine Lee, Jaclyn Celones, Natalie Trudeau and Michelle Dewyn.
Both coaches were from Panthers, our Head Coaches, Robert Persechino and Helene Desmarais.

Manitoba Finished 4th as a team , behind Quebec, B.C. and Ontario.


7 out of 7...Way to go Panthers !


Jholeen Ponce was the 1999 Canada
Games Bronze medalist on vault...


Krista Hirose accomplished
the same feat on Bars in 1995 !



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