Medal success for gymnasts

GYMNASTICSThe British Gymnastics National Grades finals contested over two weekends in Birmingham are now complete.Three gymnasts from the Bury Spectrum Gymnastics club were members of teams representing the Eastern Region in three of the grades, with a further two competing as individuals having achieved the qualifying score in the Regional Championships.

GYMNASTICS

The British Gymnastics National Grades finals contested over two weekends in Birmingham are now complete.

Three gymnasts from the Bury Spectrum Gymnastics club were members of teams representing the Eastern Region in three of the grades, with a further two competing as individuals having achieved the qualifying score in the Regional Championships.

Victoria Abery competed in the Compulsory level 3 championships, producing a superb performance for a score of 44.600, which gave her fourth place in Great Britain as an individual.


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Although she just missed out on an individual medal, Victoria came home with a gold medal for her efforts, as a member of the victorious Eastern Region team that recorded an emphatic victory, more than four whole marks in front of the runners-up from the South West.

Casey Nichols competed in the very closely-contested British Club Grade 1 finals, recording a score of 35.225 for 10th place overall in GB. Casey was also rewarded for her fine efforts with a bronze team medal, won as a member of the Eastern Region team.

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Laura Harrington was a member of the British Club Grade 2 Eastern Region team who finished out of the medals and Stevie Harrow and Siobahn Fitzsimons both did well as individuals in the Compulsory Levels 3 and 4 competitions respectively.

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