ROCHESTER, N.Y., May 6, 2018 – The last four of 16 champions were crowned today at the 2018 Women’s Junior Olympic Level 9 Eastern Championships in Rochester, N.Y., at Gordon Fieldhouse at the Rochester Institute of Technology. Along with the Junior Olympic Level 9 Western Championships, the Eastern Championships is the culmination of the Junior Olympic Level 9 competitive season.

The all-around medalists are listed below.

  • Senior 5 – Gold, Mia Figola, Aurora, Ill./Legacy Elite Gymnastics, 37.525; silver, Alana Fisher, Huntsville, Ala./JamJev Gymnastics, 37.450; bronze, Breckin Quoss, Ada, Mich./Twistars USA, 36.975
  • Senior 6 – Gold, Julia Yee, Broadlands, Va./Hill’s Gymnastics, 37.025; silver, Alexandria Magee, Orlando, Fla./Orlando Metro Gymnastics, 36.875; bronze, Sydney Schumaker, Saratoga Springs, N.Y./World Class Gymnastics Academy, 36.825
  • Senior 7 – Gold, Jocelyn Warnica, Beverly Hills, Mich./Michigan Academy of Gymnastics, 36.900; silver, Hailey Pike, Williamston, Mich./Twistars USA Inc., 36.850; bronze, Carolyn Jackson, Margate, Fla./American Twisters, 36.825
  • Senior 8 – Gold, Ai Zhen Tung, Jamaica Plain, Mass./Massachusetts Gymnastics Center – Waltham, 37.100; silver, Raine Smith, Kendall Park, N.J./North Stars Gymnastics Academy, 36.875; bronze, Nya Pauldon, Saint Charles, Ill./Bartlett Gymnastics, 36.375

The Monroe County Sports Commission, Visit Rochester and Rochester Gymnastics Academy are organizing the Eastern Championships, which features the top Level 9 gymnasts from USA Gymnastics Regions 5-8. The states that comprise each region are: Region 5 – Illinois, Indiana, Kentucky, Michigan, Ohio; Region 6 – Connecticut, Maine, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, New York, Rhode Island, Vermont; Region 7 – Delaware, Maryland, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Virginia, West Virginia; and Region 8 – Alabama, Florida, Georgia, Louisiana, Mississippi, North Carolina, South Carolina, Tennessee.