Canada's Onyshko captures 2 more medals at gymnastics World Cup

Isabela Onyshko of Minnedosa, Man., captured gold and silver medals Sunday at a World Cup gymnastics competition.

Manitoba native earns 3 medals for the weekend

Canada's Isabela Onyshko added two more medals at the gymnastics World Cup on Sunday to bring her weekend total to three. (Carl Court/AFP/Getty Images)

Isabela Onyshko of Minnedosa, Man., captured gold and silver medals Sunday at a World Cup gymnastics competition.

The 16-year-old won the balance beam and finished second in the floor exercise. On Saturday, she won the uneven bars final.

"I knew I could do well but this came as a surprise," said Onyshko. "I still have a lot of work to do, but this really makes me more confident for sure."

In the beam final, Onyshko scored 14.075 points to clinch the gold, well ahead of runner-up Lorrane Oliveira Dos Santos of Brazil with 13.525 points.

In the floor final Eythora Thorsdottir of the Netherlands won gold with a score of 14.125, followed by Onyshko with 13.650 points.

Victoria Woo of La Prairie, Que., placed fifth with 13.225 points.

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