Gymnasts from across the Island were at the Port Alberni Gymnastics Academy on Saturday and Sunday for the annual Mount Arrowsmith Invitational. ELENA RARDON PHOTO

Port Alberni Gymnastics Academy hosts invitational

Invitational drew gymnasts from across Vancouver Island

The Port Alberni Gymnastics Academy hosted its annual Mount Arrowsmith Invitational last weekend.

On Saturday, March 9 and Sunday, March 10, gymnasts of all ages and skills from all over Vancouver Island headed to Port Alberni to compete in the invitational.

Port Alberni Gymnastics Academy (PAGA) is located at the top of Argyle Street and offers gymnastics classes for ages 2 and up.

 

A gymnast from CHIMO gymnastics in Comox performs on the uneven bars during the Mount Arrowsmith Invitational in Port Alberni on Sunday, March 10. ELENA RARDON PHOTO

A gymnast from Nanaimo finishes her floor routine with a flourish during the Mount Arrowsmith Invitational in Port Alberni on Sunday, March 10. ELENA RARDON PHOTO

Olivia Olsen of the Port Alberni Gymnastics Academy performs a routine on the balance beam during the Mount Arrowsmith Invitational on Sunday. ELENA RARDON PHOTO

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