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Boys gymnasts in front are Marthinus Korff, Hugo du Plessis, Oratile Moloto, Lethabo Makgoka, Danté Schnell, Bopelo Ledwaba, Daniel Scott, Lesedi Manyathela and Thabang Sekoati. In the middle are rhythmic level 2 gymnasts Ilse Marais, Tshimollo Monyemoratho, Thandaza Mhlanga, Ayafazeka Tlhaka, Mignon Joubert and Jade Campbell. At the back are coaches Lelanie Logtenberg, Brewis Schnell and Chané Serfontein. (Photos: Supplied)

Gymstars boys, rhythmic gymnasts achieve Limpopo colours


Local gymnastics club Gymstars is proud of its boys and rhythmic gymnasts who recently qualified to represent the club during their respective national championships later this year.
Boy gymnasts in level 1 to 3 participated in the Limpopo championships held in Louis Trichardt in May where all of them achieved Limpopo colours. Gymnasts who achieved overall podium positions are Thabang Sekoati, Lesedi Manyathela, Lethabo Makgoka, Hugo du Plessis, Marthinus Korff, Bophelo Ledwaba, Oratile Moloto, Dante Schnell and Daniel Scott.
Twenty five of 29 rhythmic gymnasts also achieved provincial colours during the Limpopo championships held in Eldoraigne at the beginning of June.
Overall podium winners are Lu-ve Venter, Welize Stander, Lexie Botha, Yabo Moshokwa, Dzuvha Tsedu, Juandri Brown, Leriska van As, Tshimollo Monyemoratho, Jade Campbell, Thandaza Mhlanga, Ane Matthews, Saromé du Plessis, Monica Harmse, Precious Maja and Anlu Lansdell.
Coach Lelanie Logtenberg is very proud of this tremendous achievements and wished them luck for the national championships.

Story: RC Myburgh

Level 1 and 3 rhythmic gymnasts are in front Beandri Redelinghuys, Itumeleng Radebe, Abigail Redelinghuys, Lanelle Oosthuizen, Naya Chuma, Lexie Botha and Chloe Fernandes. In the middle are coach Lelanie Logtenberg, Saromé du Plessis, Juandri Brown, Taylor Carter, Welize Stander, Rorisang Chiloane, Lu-vé Venter, Yoalise Els, Yabo Moshokwa, Lené Prinsloo and coach Chanté Serfontein. At the back are Anne-Marie Herbst, Ané Matthews, Anlu Lansdell, Leriska van As, Dzuvha Tsedu, Monica Harmse, Mpho Molepo, Tshiamiso Harris and Precious Maja. Carli Welgemoed was absent.