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After the recent South African artistic gymnastics championships, it is clear the London 2012 South African women's Olympians will come from Ilse Laing's Johannesburg Gymnastics Centre.
The club's junior gymnasts took up the first four places at the recent South African championships which were held in Cape Town.
Makeda Phekani won gold, followed by Claudia Cummins, Ashleigh Heldsinger and Elana Potgieter.
Candice Cronje returned to competitive gymnastics after an ankle injury and won silver in the senior section behind the 2007 junior national champion, Jennifer Khwela from KwaZulu-Natal.
Butana Komphela, chairman of the parliamentary sports portfolio committee, must be smiling from ear to ear as for the first time in history, both the senior and junior champions "reflect the demographics of the South African society".
Building on their excellent results achieved at the African championships trials last month, the girls were at the top of their game in Cape Town.
"I am extremely happy with the performances of my gymnasts and I believe Candice is on track to once again bring the African all-around title back to South Africa next year," Laing says.
Kirsten Beckett, another member of the club, won bronze in the Olympic entry level section.
JGC also walked away with all the awards for coaches. Head coach Laing won the junior and senior Olympic coach of the year awards, Lynette Lindeque the level 5-7 award and Anke Badenhorst and Leigh Tizick the level 8 Olympic entry award. - Sapa