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Mini-Hops boys gymnastics teams competed at one of the largest invitational in the mid-west hosted by Prairie Gymnastics Club held at the University of Illinois-Chicago.
Mini-Hops boys’ gymnastics teams were too much of a challenge for the rest competition at the Great Northern Invitations hosted by great Northern Gymnastics.
Mini-Hops girl’s optional gymnastics teams competed at the Gopher Invitational hosted by North Shore Gymnastics.
With over 60 team and 460 gymnasts, Mini-Hops came showed that they can compete against the best. The competition was held January 12, 2013 at Lake Middle School in Woodbury.
Mini-Hops boys gymnastics teams out muscle the competition at the Ironman Invitational hosted by Jam Hops Gymnastics. The competition was held January 5-6, 2013 with over 200 gymnasts and 14 teams.
Mini-Hops girl’s compulsory and optional gymnast teams attended one of the state’s largest invitational.
There were many tough competitors but the Mini-Hops girls held their own at the 2012 Minnesota State Gymnastics Championship.
Tough competition with over 50 teams and over 500 gymnasts. Mini-Hops girls compulsory teams level 5 and 6 competes against the best of the best at the 2012 Minnesota State Gymnastics Championship.
Mini-Hops girls gymnastics teams compete against over 1,500 gymnasts from Minnesota and surrounding states in the Annual Peppermint Twist Invitational hosted by the Twin Cities Twister.
Fierce competition at Rockstar Gymnastics Invitation hosted by Gym-Nation.
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