From left, John Doherty and Chris Berry were the men’s doubles 3.0 gold medal winners at the Olympic Pickleball Tournament.

From left, John Doherty and Chris Berry were the men’s doubles 3.0 gold medal winners at the Olympic Pickleball Tournament.

AREA SPORTS BRIEF: Olympic Pickleball Tournament returns

PORT ANGELES — The Olympic Pickleball Tournament was revived this year after a four-year hiatus due to COVID. The three-day event was held this week at Roosevelt Elementary School in Port Angeles.

The gold medal winners were:

Women’s doubles 3.0 — The teams of Teresa Martin/Kim Gebauer and Sherry Gyoval/Annette Clem.

Men’s doubles 3.0 — John Doherty/Chris Berry.

Mixed doubles 3.0 — Sherry Gyoval/David Arenda and Nicole Lepping/Tim Williams.

Women’s doubles 3.5 — Aubrie Jenkins/Shannon Thaxton.

Men’s doubles 3.5 — Drew Ealey/Scott Jackson.

Mixed doubles 3.5 — Cameron Long/Ty Hathaway/Erica Mack/Brandon Mack.

Women doubles 4.0 — Tanja Gruber/Megan Poe.

Men doubles 4.0 — Jeff Gonzales/Tanner Hienricks.

Mixed doubles 4.0 — Megan Poe/Steve Bennett.

Women’s doubles 4.5 — Shanna Bo/Jennifer Cox.

Men’s doubles 4.5 — Vebol Bo/Robert Isaacson.

Mixed doubles 4.5 — Shauna Bo/Robert Isaacson.

Peninsula Daily News

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