There was no shortage of gymnastics skills on display as 102 athletes from across WA’s North West descended upon Broome for the much-anticipated Broome Challenge. Competing from September 30-October 1, gymnasts representing Karratha Gymnastics Club, Pearl Coast Gymnastics Club, and Hedland Gymnastics gathered at the Broome Senior High School gymnasium for the challenge. The competition was fierce, with the challenge bringing together athletes from levels one to seven to showcase their skills. In the women’s artistic gymnastics category, Skyla Flahavin emerged as the State level 4A champion, dazzling the judges with her exceptional skill, while Skye Reynolds displayed her gymnastic prowess to become the level 4B champion. Isabella Flahavin secured the title of level five champion, impressing the audience with her precision, while Ally Potter and Indi Wellington shared the title of level six champion in a thrilling tie. Emillia Trebell reigned supreme as the level seven champion, leaving a lasting impression with her outstanding performance. In the men’s artistic gymnastics category, Nate Faulkner displayed remarkable talent in level 2, Dylan Johnston showcased his prowess to become the level three standout, and Soloman Rann impressed the judges to earn the title of level five champion. Pearl Coast Gymnastics head coach Amber Rann said all the skills on display at the Broome Challenge were impressive and she was looking forward to next year’s event. “Overall, the event was a huge success,” she said.