Gimnastiekklub vuur en vlam

Jessica Theron wys haar staal op die brug. The longer distance swimmers who excelled last weekend are Sharlene van Niekerk (3 km, 1.5km); Tammy van Niekerk (3 km, 1.5 km, 600 m); Anke Freese (3 km); Annalisa Freese (3 km) and Markus Homan (3 km). The seeding season leading up to the 2018 aQuellé Midmar Mile started off with a splash when several Carletonville swimmers took part in the Dis-Chem Sun City Swim on Saturday, 21 October. Fifteen members of the Carletonville Swimming Club took part in the 20thanniversary event. The day started with a 3 km swim for highly experienced open water swimmers who included Anke Freese in a time of 01:01:13; Annalisa Freese – 01:07:08; Markus Homan – 01:07:21; Sharlene van Niekerk – 01:05:26 and Tammy van Niekerk – 00:57:47. Anke’s achievement was particularly noteworthy because this was the first time that this brave girl has tackled the 3 km swim. The event was followed by a series of 1.5 km races for every age and gender category. Once again, the local swimmers notched up excellent swimming times. Ben van Niekerk came in at a time of 00:35:20; Bianca Janeke – 00:29:24; Caitlin Doran – 00:28:26; Divan Grove – 00:27:42; Julian Rheeder – 00:28:09; Kealeboga Khoza – 00:35:04; Rameez Mabanga – 00:38:34; Sharlene van Niekerk – 00:33:48 and Tammy van Niekerk – 00:28:42. The event finished off with a 600- metre no timing fun swim, which was a perfect opportunity for novices to experience the thrill of open water for the first time. Although the event is immensely popular with families, it should not be underestimated and participants still have to train hard for it. Aaliya Mabanga; Gerrie Grove (coach); Kealeboga Khoza; Minke Rheeder and Tammy van Niekerk took up the challenge. ‘We all had a load of fun in the sun, afterwards, enjoying free entry to Valley of the Waves and just enjoying ourselves. Thank you to all our supporters,’ Annalisa Freese said after the event. Seeding season splashes off The shorter distance swimmers who excelled are Minke Rheeder (600 m); Bianca Janeke (1.5 km); Gerrie Snr Grove (600 m); Caitlin Doran (1.5 km) and Aaliyah Mabanga (600 m). At the back are Julian Rheeder (1.5 km); Divan Grove (1.5 km); Ben van Niekerk (1.5 km); Rameez Mabanga (1.5 km) and Kealeboga Khoza (1.5 km, 600 m).
Jessica Theron wys haar staal op die brug. The longer distance swimmers who excelled last weekend are Sharlene van Niekerk (3 km, 1.5km); Tammy van Niekerk (3 km, 1.5 km, 600 m); Anke Freese (3 km); Annalisa Freese (3 km) and Markus Homan (3 km). The seeding season leading up to the 2018 aQuellé Midmar Mile started off with a splash when several Carletonville swimmers took part in the Dis-Chem Sun City Swim on Saturday, 21 October. Fifteen members of the Carletonville Swimming Club took part in the 20thanniversary event. The day started with a 3 km swim for highly experienced open water swimmers who included Anke Freese in a time of 01:01:13; Annalisa Freese – 01:07:08; Markus Homan – 01:07:21; Sharlene van Niekerk – 01:05:26 and Tammy van Niekerk – 00:57:47. Anke’s achievement was particularly noteworthy because this was the first time that this brave girl has tackled the 3 km swim. The event was followed by a series of 1.5 km races for every age and gender category. Once again, the local swimmers notched up excellent swimming times. Ben van Niekerk came in at a time of 00:35:20; Bianca Janeke – 00:29:24; Caitlin Doran – 00:28:26; Divan Grove – 00:27:42; Julian Rheeder – 00:28:09; Kealeboga Khoza – 00:35:04; Rameez Mabanga – 00:38:34; Sharlene van Niekerk – 00:33:48 and Tammy van Niekerk – 00:28:42. The event finished off with a 600- metre no timing fun swim, which was a perfect opportunity for novices to experience the thrill of open water for the first time. Although the event is immensely popular with families, it should not be underestimated and participants still have to train hard for it. Aaliya Mabanga; Gerrie Grove (coach); Kealeboga Khoza; Minke Rheeder and Tammy van Niekerk took up the challenge. ‘We all had a load of fun in the sun, afterwards, enjoying free entry to Valley of the Waves and just enjoying ourselves. Thank you to all our supporters,’ Annalisa Freese said after the event. Seeding season splashes off The shorter distance swimmers who excelled are Minke Rheeder (600 m); Bianca Janeke (1.5 km); Gerrie Snr Grove (600 m); Caitlin Doran (1.5 km) and Aaliyah Mabanga (600 m). At the back are Julian Rheeder (1.5 km); Divan Grove (1.5 km); Ben van Niekerk (1.5 km); Rameez Mabanga (1.5 km) and Kealeboga Khoza (1.5 km, 600 m).

Gimnaste van die BUG gimnastiekklub in Fochville het op Saterdag 14 Oktober hul eerste kompetisie gehou.
Volgens die klub se koördineerder en afrigter, Erika Newberry, het altesaam 33 meisies-gimnaste aan die byeenkoms
deelgeneem.
Die groep het altesaam 14 goue en 18 silwermedaljes en een bronsmedalje ingepalm.
“Net die meisies het aan Saterdag se kompetisie deelgeneem, want ek het gevoel die seuns is nog nie heeltemal
reg nie. Ons sal in die volgende paar maande vir hulle ‘n kompetisie hou,” het Newsberry Dinsdag aan die Herald
gesê.
Newberry, wat ook jare gelede, toe sy voorheen op Fochville gewoon het, gimnastiekklasse aangebied het, het die
klub in Februarie vanjaar as ‘n satellietklub van die BUG gimnastiekklub van Potchefstroom begin.
Die klub se 55 gimnaste word deur sewe afrigters touwys gemaak en oefeninge vind Maandae en Woensdae
plaas. Kinders van vyf jaar tot voor hoërskoolvlak is welkom om by die klub aan te sluit.
Oefeninge word by Laerskool Fochville gehou.
“In die stadium kan ons net met laerskoolkinders werk omdat die toerusting wat ons tot ons beskikking het, nie
groot genoeg is vir ouer gimnaste nie. Gimnastiek is baie goed vir ‘n kind omdat dit al hul spiere ontwikkel.
Twee van ons klub se kinders moes voorheen arbeidsterapie ontvang. Dit kon egter gestop word nadat hulle gimnastiek begin doen het,” sê Newberry.
Enigeen wat meer oor die klub en sy aktiwiteite wil weet, kan Newberry by 084 585 7744 skakel.

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