Gold and bronze for Aldergrove at Winter Games

Aldergrove was well represented on the winners' podium at the BC Winter Games held in Penticton this past weekend.

Emmanuel Bussani of Aldergrove has another bronze medal from the BC Winter Games to add to his collection.

Aldergrove was well represented on the winners’ podium at the BC Winter Games held in Penticton this past weekend.

Gold and bronze medals were awarded to Theodora Petrova, Emmanuel Bussani and the Kata Boys karate team.

Aldergrove members of the Fraser Valley Zone 3 competitors teams and individuals also achieved high placings in their events.

Rhythmic gymnast Theodora Petrova won a pair of gold medals and a bronze.

Petrova placed third in Provincial Stream Western Individual Rope, and her two firsts were in Provincial Stream Western Individual Free and Provincial Stream Western Individual All Around.

The Team Kata Boys, consisting of Jodhan Brar, Robert Truong, Newton Ma and Nicholas Tyne, were awarded bronze medals for their third place finish in the karate team event.

Emmanuel Bussani, a biathlete, was awarded bronze for his third place finish in Sprint Boys Junior (time: 16:17.0), and two seventh place finishes in Individual Boys Junior (time: 28:06.7) and Super Sprint Boys Junior (score: 83).

Diver Grayce Vanderwerf achieved a sixth place in Girls C Group 1 metre (score: 197.85) and a seventh place in Girls C Group 3 metre (score: 191.3).

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