Tumbling displays were among the highlights Friday afternoon at the Langley Events Centre, as the Ollerup Elite Team from Denmark put on a show featuirng trampoline, tumbling, rhythmic gymnastics, and dance. Troy Landreville Langley Times

VIDEO: Great Danes wow at Langley Events Centre

Ollerup Elite Team athletes put their gymnastics and dance skills on display

Gymnastics and dance fans were wowed by the athleticism of high-flying young Danes Friday afternoon.

The Ollerup Elite Team performed at the Langley Events Centre Fieldhouse on Sept. 1 as part of their 2017 Canada tour.

The show included trampoline, acrobatic feats, ribbon choreography, and dance.

The elite team from Gymnastikhojskolen in Ollerup Academy of Physical Education are touring Canada with a show combining modern gymnastics, tumbling, dancing, acrobatics, and trampolining.

 

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