Geniva Bann of the Cedar Rapids Association of Gymnastics won the Level 3 vault and balance beam last weekend at the Judges’ Cup Jammie Jam event last month in Grinnell.
CRAG’s Katelyn Turbett placed second in the floor exercise and all-around, third in the bars. Liana Thye placed third on the bars and Jada Abitz was third on the beam.
The Somersaults Gymnastics team had two placewinners at the Judges’ Cup Jammie Jam in Grinnell.
Cassidy Fangmann placed second in the Level 5 balance beam and Ashlyn Sheeley finished third in the Level 3 vault and floor exercise.
FRAZIER TO TRAINING CENTER
CEDAR RAPIDS — Former Iowa City High swimmer Forrest Frazier was one of 48 boys from across the country picked to participate in USA Swimming’s National Select Camp later this month at the Olympic Training Center in Colorado Springs, Colo.
“We’re thrilled for Forrest to take part of such an amazing experience,” said Megan Oesting, head coach and owner of Eastern Iowa Swim Federation, Frazier’s club. “He has put in a lot of deliberate effort to build the endurance needed to succeed this past summer and that hard work really paid off. Forrest is now in an exciting group of rising stars and I’m so proud of the drive and determination he harnessed to get there. This will be his first invitation to the Olympic Training Center, he’s going to have a blast.”
During the three-day camp, Frazier will experience the day-to-day routine of a U.S. National Team athlete and use the state-of-the-art training facilities.