Québec’s Félix Dolci continued his Canada Games dominance collecting three more gold medals in the apparatus finals. He earned top scores in the 14’s on floor, vault, and high bar, while settling for silver on rings behind Ontario’s Chris Kaji. At only 16 years of age, Dolci has accumulated eleven Canada Games medals.
David Sandro won golds on pommel horse and parallel bars.
In the women’s finals, Hannah Scharf of Ontario had another four-for-four day which earned her a full set of medals — the gold medal on balance beam, silver on uneven bars, and bronze on floor.
Québec’s Chloé Lorange won her third gold medal of the Games on uneven bars as well as bronze on vault which was won by Dahlia Solorzano-Caruso of Ontario.
Montana Fairbairn of home province Alberta won floor gold to accompany her team bronze medal.
At the 2015 Games in Prince George, Dolci, then only 12 years old, was also the most-decorated male gymnast earning five medals, while Rose Woo and Megan Roberts earned the most medals among the women.
Canada Games most decorated gymnasts, from left: Hannah Scharf, ON; Félix Dolci, QC; Chloé Lorange, QC
(Photo from Dany Gilbert)
La récolte formidable
|QC||WT, WA, MA, MF, MV, HB, UB
|MT, WA, MA, PH, MR
|MR, MV, PB, HB, WV, BB
|ON||MT, PH, PB, MR, WV, BB
|WT, MA, MF, PB, HB, UB, BB
WA, MF, WF