What it takes to win Jump Jam

JUMPING FOR JOY: The Gleniti Blasters celebrate with the trophy they claimed for winning the year 7-8 open section of the 2014 Jump Jam Extravaganza.
JUMPING FOR JOY: The Gleniti Blasters celebrate with the trophy they claimed for winning the year 7-8 open section of the 2014 Jump Jam Extravaganza.

A video from this year's 2014 Jump Jam Extravaganza shows how the Gleniti Busters stole the show with their performance.

More than 500 pupils from schools in South Canterbury compete in the annual event which is organised by Sport Canterbury.

Gleniti Blasters members Katelyn Sisson, Lily Rae, Angel Ellerbroek, Grace Waller, Shophie Valentine, Kristie Brown, Grace Cowan, Rosa Dobbs and Jess Davidson took home the first place trophy after winning the year 7 and 8 open category.

The Timaru Herald