Meet the 2019 Utah Freshman Class

Utah is welcoming four excellent freshmen this season: Hunter Dula of All American Gymnastics; Cameron Hall of Capital Gymnastics; Cristal Isa of Gymcats Gymnastics; and Adrienne Randall of SCEGA Gymnastics.

 

Name: Hunter Dula

Club: All American Gymnastics

Best event(s): Bars

Hunter Dula is a three-time Junior Olympic qualifier (2015, 2017 and 2018). In 2015, she tied for twelfth place on bars in the Junior A division. In 2017, she tied for tenth in the all around and for eleventh on bars and beam in the Junior E division. And in 2018, she tied for fourth place on bars in the Senior B division. In 2018, she won gold on bars, as well as silver on vault and in the all around at the Utah State Championships, and tied for fourth place on bars and floor at the Region 1 Championships.

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Name: Cameron Hall

Club: Capital Gymnastics National Center

Best event(s): Vault and floor

Cameron Hall qualified to the Junior Olympics in 2018, where she tied for eleventh place on vault in the Senior E division. Previously in the season, she won silver in the all around and on vault and bronze on floor at the Virginia State Championships, and gold on vault at the Region 7 Championships.

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Name: Cristal Isa

Club: Gymcats Gymnastics

Best event(s): All around

Cristal Isa is a two-time Junior Olympic qualifier (2017 and 2018). In 2017, she won gold on bars and bronze in the all around in the Senior B division. In 2018, she regained the bars title and was fourth in the all around in the Senior E division. Cristal won medals on all events at the 2018 Nevada State Championships: gold in the all around and on floor, and silver on bars, beam and vault.

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Name: Adrienne Randall

Club: SCEGA Gymnastics

Best event(s): Bars and beam

Adrienne Randall is a three-time Junior Olympic qualifier (2016 to 2018). In 2016, she tied for second place on floor in the Junior F division. In 2017, she won the beam title and was sixth in the all around in the Senioc C division. And in 2018, she tied for second place on beam, as well as for fourth in the all around. In 2018, Adrienne also won silver medals on beam and floor, and bronze medals on bars and in the all around at the SoCal State Championships, and gold medals on bars and in the all around, silver on beam and bronze on floor at the Region 1 Championships.

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