The Southern Courier | Quebec Games: Club Brossard Synchro is covered in gold!

It is with unabashed pride that the athletes of the artistic swimming delegation of the South Shore, made up of 100% Club Brossard Synchro athletes, marched in the procession waving the gold banner after obtaining the highest score at the 56th Final of the Quebec Games on Saturday March 11.

Reached by phone, coach Béatrice Goupil-Nantel was very proud of the performance of her swimmers, who were all in their first games. “I knew my girls were well trained and I expected a podium finish. But I didn’t think they would finish at the top of the standings. It’s great,” she says, attributing their performance to their perseverance.

The South Shore region obtained a total of 625 points against their closest rival, that of Richelieu-Yamaska ​​(604 points).

Aubrey Chen, Évelyne Montalva, Mia-Rose Langevin, Béatrice Baranov, Camila Giusti-Elisei, Meriem Dzanouni, Elsa Carrier, Béatrice Goupil-Nantel (coach), Aryane Hébert and Polina Proca. (Photo courtesy)

In the Solo – 17 and under category, Mia-Rose Langevin, coached by Jessie Forbes, won the gold medal.

In the Team – 15 and under category, Anna Pushkarevich and Annabelle Gendron won the silver medal. These two young girls are trained by Béatrice Goupil-Nantel and Érika Marois
Solo category – 13-15 years old, Elsa Carrier obtained the 6th position (coach: Annabelle Gendron).


Lyne Alarie, Aubrey Chen, Meriem Dzanouni, Évelyne Montalva, Aryane Hébert, Camila Giusti-Elisei, Béatrice Baranov, Érika Marois, Polina Proca, Alexane Lepage, Béatrice Goupil-Nantel, Mia-Rose Langevin and Elsa Carrier interviewed on RDS. (Picture: courtesy).

In Duo-15 and under, the 8th position went to Camila Giusti Elisei and Aryane Hébert (coach: Line Dufresne).

Finally, in Duo – 17 and under, Alexane Lepage and Béatrice Bavanov, trained by Érika Marois, finished the event in 10th place.

Note that Mia-Rose Langevin, 16, received a $250 scholarship for her athletic perseverance. “Mia-Rose has been an athlete since she was seven years old. She has a very good technique that she continues to improve,” says Ms. Goupil-Nantel.


The coach would be remiss if she did not thank Lyne Alarie, who acted as a missionary between the athletes and the organizers of the South Shore region.

The 56th Final of the Quebec Games took place from March 3 to 11 in Rivière-du-Loup.

The article is in French

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