Gymnastic stars on show
BRITISH gymnastic champions and international stars were on show at Broadoak School recently as Weston Aerobic Gymnastics showed off its award-winning display and competitive routines to a packed audience of parents and supporters.
All the clubs gymnasts were invited to take part, and the coaches and choreographers have worked tirelessly to make sure all the routines were up to the clubs normal high standards.
The gymnast’s age from three upwards showcased the clubs depth and strength of talent, and it was obvious how well the whole club works and plays as a team, with many of the clubs elite gymnasts working hard with the young gymnasts and helping to ensure that they enjoyed the experience of performing in front of an audience.
The evening also marked the retirement of Trina Rose, who has competed for the club for 11 years, and has won medals home and abroad both for the club and when representing Great Britain.
Awards - gymnast of the year: Amelia Barratt; reserve gymnast of the year: Flora Lacy; most improved: Dani Lintern; reserve most improved: Jade Hunt; Issy Spraque Trophy: Cally Bullock; team spirit: Tash Hunt.
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The club’s regional gymnasts now prepare for a competition in Gosport, while the elite squad have a week off.
Due to the massive success, there are now more spaces for gymnasts particularly of age even upwards and any parents wanting their children to join this family orientated club, please phone Debbie Saunders on 077798 02110.
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