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It's an omission from バネにして, and the sentence means "Make your regret you felt here into a spring and do your best in the next place as well".
I think the accepted answer by dainichi to this question answers it pretty well: It depends not only on the verb, but on the form of the verb. The general rule is that static verbs and adjectives take "ga" and "action verbs" take "o" on the direct object. piano-o hiku play the piano piano-ga hikeru can play the piano ...
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