Strong Showing by Mountainside Sisters at Regional Competition

Olivia Stecky of Mountainside during her gold medal winning tumbling routine.
Olivia Stecky of Mountainside during her gold medal winning tumbling routine.

Martinsburg, WV – Two sisters representing the Motion Gymnastics Trampoline & Tumbling (T&T) Team recently competed at the USA Gymnastics Region 6 Trampoline & Tumbling Championships held May 17-18 in Martinsburg, WV. With 495 competitors from 36 schools across 8 states taking part in the event, Olivia and Isabella Stecky of Mountainside, NJ collectively won 2 gold medals and 1 silver medal in individual competition.  ”Olivia and Isabella have been working hard all year and had a great weekend. I’m very proud of them,” said Heather Edwards, head coach. 


The results from the local athletes at this year’s regional championships are as follows:


Olivia Stecky - Girls Level 4 Tumbling, ages 7-8.

Isabella Stecky - Girls Level 6 Tumbling, age 13.


Olivia Stecky - Girls Level 4 Trampoline, ages 7-8.


The three medals won by the sisters were among 33 total medals earned by the Motion Gymnastics T&T team over the weekend.  Next up for Isabella is a trip to Spokane, WA where she will compete in the Junior Olympic Nationals.


Motion Gymnastics is a family owned and operated business.  Since 1995, it has provided gymnastics, tumbling and trampoline training to all ability levels and ages in a safe, progressive and fun environment. Their mission is to build a great foundation through gymnastics. Gymnastics enhances self-esteem and goal-setting abilities in children, helping them to become champions in life. Motion Gymnastics has an enthusiastic and well-trained staff dedicated to helping each gymnast reach their highest ability level.  For more information on Motion Gymnastics call (609) 730-9394 or visit www.motiongymnastics.com.


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