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Misha Moser is twice Swiss Champion P2

On the weekend of 04./05. The Swiss Junior Artistic Gymnastics Championships took place in Lugano in June. The most talented gymnasts from all over Switzerland compete against each other here. The Gymnastics Center Fürstenland Turner was represented by a total of 9 gymnasts and the former TZF player Linus Eisenring.

P2 Swiss Champion Team.

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The annual competition highlight for the TZF gymnasts, the Swiss championship, began in the Centro Esposizioni. The high expectations, as well as the nervousness, were clearly noticeable in everyone. Added to this was the oppressive heat in the large hall. The thermometer in Lugano climbed to no less than 30°C that afternoon. And it felt like factor 2 in the hall.

P2: 2x Swiss Champion (single & team SG), bronze and a diploma

At 3:30 p.m. it was time for the 6 Fürstenländer from program 2 to concentrate fully on the starting device, the parallel bars and to implement what they had learned from head trainer Marcell Martin and to present it to the 4 judges. Misha Moser (STV Wil) switched to his fight mode and immediately got the best mark of the day. On the next 2 apparatuses, the talent from Uzwil once again showed his individual class and was rewarded with further daily best marks on high bar (14,650!) and floor (14,050). Misha also showed his consistency on the last devices and performed uncatchable. He proved once again that he can handle the role of favorite and can now also call himself Swiss Champion in P2 with a sensational 85,216 points and more than 2 points ahead of silver.

WOW – Misha – CONGRATULATIONS

Myro Widmaier (STV Wil) also started very well and competed head-to-head with Zurich colleagues Timon Heller and Glen Müller. The exciting race was only decided on the last apparatus, on which both Zurich lost points. Myro fought and earned the bronze medal. His gymnast colleague Gregory Hagios (STV Wil) also performed confidently and set a personal record for himself. With 78,950 points, he placed 7th and received one of the coveted diplomas.

William Harder (TV Zuzwil) came in 9th just short of a diploma with 0,900 points. If William had dropped fewer points on the horse, it would certainly have been better.

And last but not least, Yann Staubli (TV Gossau) and Joshua Calzaferri (STV Wil) performed almost solidly through all apparatus. Both made minor mistakes, with Yann even having to accept a fall. At the end of the competition, Yann and Joshua finished 15th and 17th in a field of 34 gymnasts.

Fortuna was then on our side in the team classification and made Misha, Myro and Gregory the Swiss champions P2 Team SG with a narrow lead over the Zurich delegation.

WOW – Misha, Myro, Gregory – GRATULATION

P3: Not everything went according to plan

A little later, but no less nervous, Moritz Kutsch and Dario Brändle (both STV Wil) got to work on the elements of program 3 and the 8 eyes of the judges on them. Moritz got the fourth best mark of the day on the jump starter. Dario performed a higher D value for the first time and was rewarded with a personal point record on vault. Unfortunately, not everything was as desired on the following devices. In the end, in the field of 27 participants, 15th place was for Moritz and 22nd for Dario.

P5: Linus Eisenring is Swiss Champion Vault P5

Joel Lucien Frauchiger (TV Oberbüren) and the former TZF gymnast Linus Eisenring (TV Wängi), who has been training at the RLZO for years, started on parallel bars. Both gymnastics balanced through the devices. Unfortunately, Joel had to accept a brutal point deduction on the ground, which pushed him far down the rankings. Linus was able to get a diploma with his performance and, thanks to his good jump, also qualified for the apparatus final on vault. Linus and Joel finished 6th and 19th in the all-around.

On Sunday Linus then confirmed his very good form and was able to sensationally win the gold medal on vault in the apparatus final. Linus can now call himself Swiss Champion P5 vault.

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