Emily Temmer Strives for High-Precision with Zero Errors Beyond Crafts Technology
Crafts Technology proudly supported our own Emily Temmer as she competed in her fourth International Wheel Gymnastics World Championships on May 23-28, 2022, in Sønderborg, Denmark.
After a four-year hiatus due to COVID, the International Wheel Gymnasts Federation (link to https://wheelgymnastics.sport/), referred to as the IRV, hosted close to 100 wheel gymnasts from 13 countries. According to the IRV, “There are three competitive disciplines within wheel gymnastics: straight-line, spiral, and vault.”
Emily has been involved in wheel gymnastics since she was 14 when she found a class offered at her local gym. Despite difficult and very challenging training conditions, she successfully finished the 26th in the competition and is a three-time USA Women’s National Champion.
After the competition in Denmark, Emily visited the Hyperion Materials & Technologies (link to https://www.hyperionmt.com/ ) manufacturing facility in Stockholm, Sweden. Hyperion Site Manager Christina Strömbäck and Production Supervisor Mats Karmehag welcomed Emily and were delighted to host her tour of the facility. After the visit, Emily noted, “It was interesting to see the process, learn more about the company, and meet our European partners.”
Emily trained hard to qualify for the international competition and is already looking forward to the next world championships scheduled for 2024 in Israel. However, she is also working hard at another type of training, as an employee at Crafts Technology, where she’s currently a highly skilled machine and tool operator who aspires to join our engineering team in the future.
We congratulate Emily and will be by her side, cheering her on as she finds success at Crafts Technology and in the world of Wheel Gymnastics!