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Tuesday, 10 October 2017 17:51

Chance Of A Lifetime For Young TT Gymnasts

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Some of this country's young budding gymnasts will get the opportunity of a lifetime when they represent T&T at the prestigious Pan American Clubs Cup competition in Cali, Colombia.

The big five are Karessa Kirton, Adriana Housty, Amelia Ahwai, Sidney Charles and Zara-Marie Glen, who will get a real eye opener at the event from November 27th - December 4th.

The Tots & Tumblers Club members will also receive world class training at the event coordinated by the Pan American Gymnastic Union.

The programme is designed to prepare and develop gifted athletes along the pathway to elite-level gymnastics, as these five have been identified as potentially capable of going on to represent T&T at the highest levels.

The five are between the ages of nine and 13, and will be accompanied by coaches Clifton McDowell and Michelle Frankland on the trip.

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