Our gym’s new home is at the University Business Park (aka Old Wrigley’s Building)
We’re still “UNDER CONSTRUCTION,” so it’s a bit funky to find our space in the warehouse.
Since we’re holding our first workout (competitive team members) tonight (1/16/2014), here are some visual aids:
Step 1: Find the building
2801 Mission St, Santa Cruz, CA 95060
Step 2: go thru center entrance
Step 3: up one flight of stairs
Step 4: thru doors, towards vending machines
Step 5: Turn LEFT, pass bathrooms, thru doorway
Step 6: turn RIGHT, down the hallway
Step 6.1: Play a game of Angry Birds!
Step 7: continue (left) down the hallway
Look out for crazy person riding a skateboard down the hallway
YOU’RE THERE!!! Woohoo!
Happy New Year, INDEED!
Santa Cruz Sports Central boys gymnastics team competed this weekend at the Oroville Invitational and the results were awesome!
Lukas (level 5), Trevor (level 6), Will (level 9) and Nathan (level 10) all performed amazing gymnastics, showing that neither a winter break nor a gym move to a new location could slow these boys down one bit.
Nathan took top honors, winning the level 10 all around competition with a 79.00. He also brought home gold on pommel horse (12.6), still rings (a whopping 14.00) and parallel bars (14.2, whoa, Nelly)!
Will had a solid meet all around, finishing in 5th place with a 67.40. Floor was his strongest event. His new mount (1 1/2 twisting back layout) was beautifully performed and followed by an equally impressive set of passes and transitions to earn a silver medal with a score of 13.2. Awesome.
While earning his season high all around score of 50.0, Lukas also rocked the house on floor (9.0, 4th place) and vault (9.4, 9th place) as well as some of his strongest performances ever on the other events.
Trevor had tough competition in his age group, but that fazed him none. He finished 8th place with 54.10 all around, once again surpassing this year’s challenging State Championship qualifying score. His clean lines and solid landings earned him 2nd place on floor (9.4) as well as his season high on pommels (9.4) and vault (9.3).
Stay posted for more adventures and accomplishments as this year’s competition season progresses.