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Kids Games and Olympian performance

Join us for a day of full of games with a very honorary guest, Yilin Yang! 

Yilin is a Chinese Olympian champion that will perform her extraordinary gymnastic talent, as well as answer questions and teach the children simple gymnastic moves and tumbling afterward. Translators will be available for seamless communication.

Games will include potato sack races, 3 legged races, egg races, water balloon toss, tug of war, giant twister AND MORE!

Meet us in Ward 8 near the Sport Court for a day to remember!
5-7 pm: Kids Field games
7-8 pm: Olympian Gymnastics performance and teaching 

All children must be attended by an adult. 


More about Yilin Yang:

Yilin is one of five 2017-2018 Olympic athletes in The China Champions Program at the University of Minnesota. Led by the UMN School of Kinesiology, the University of Minnesota annually hosts a cohort of Chinese Olympic and world champion athletes in this program to foster an exchange of culture, education, and sport.

Yilin's talent in gymnastics was recognized at a very young age. Born in 1992 in Huadu, Guangzhou, Guangdong, she has already reached very impressive accomplishments at her young age. 

In 2007, Yang was a member of the Chinese team for the World Championships. She won two medals: a silver with the Chinese team, and an individual bronze on the uneven bars. She also placed sixth in the all-around. Yang was also the all-around gold medalist at the 2007 Intercity Games, a national multi-sport event for teenagers aged 13 to 15 in China. In the spring of 2008, she led the Guangdong team to gold at the Chinese National Championships and claimed individual medals in the all-around, uneven bars, and floor exercise.

At the 2008 Olympic Games in Beijing, Yang won the bronze medal in the individual all-around final with a score of 62.650, a bronze in the uneven bars event final, and a gold in the team competition (contributing a 15.100 on vault and 16.800 on uneven bars).

In 2009 and 2010, Yang represented China at the World Championships. She won a bronze medal with the team in 2010.