A Houston County student, who’s ranked among top gymnasts in the nation for her level of competition, made the state team last weekend.
Rose Bolden, 9, a gymnast from Warner Robins who trains at PunchFront Gymnastics & Cheer, competed Saturday in the Georgia Xcel State Competition in Cartersville.
The third-grader at Quail Run Elementary School placed fourth among the top six based on all-around scores at the meet to win a spot on the state team and represent Georgia in the Region 8 championships next month.
Bolden won a gold in in the floor competition, a silver in beam and in the all-around competition, and a bronze in vault and bars, said Colleen Pinto, one of her coaches.
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“She did really well,” Pinto said.
In March, Bolden received the highest honor in all of gymnastics by scoring a perfect 10.0 on her bar routine at the Countney Kupets Pink Invitational in Savannah.
Telegraph archives were used in this report.