18 medals for GB in Trampoline, Tumbling & DMT World Age Competitions - British Gymnastics

18 medals for GB in Trampoline, Tumbling & DMT World Age Competitions

wagcFollowing on from a successful Trampoline, Tumbling and Double-Mini Trampoline World Championships, we sent a strong squad of junior gymnasts to the World Age Group Competitions.

The event, which also took place in Odense, Denmark, saw the world’s rising talent come together to battle it out for podium places.

British gymnasts were extremely successful coming away with a total of 18 medals across all three disciplines.

In the tumbling, GB gymnasts medalled in every category but one, showing their dominance in this discipline and the depth of talent in the country. Multiple medals were won including an impressive clean sweep in the 17 – 18 years women’s age group.

11 – 12 boys
William Cowen GOLD Jack Leahy SILVER
11 – 12 girls
Georgia Forbes BRONZE
13 – 14 boys
Jaydon Paddock SILVER 
13 – 14 girls
Kaitlin Lafferty SILVER Aimee Antonius BRONZE
15 – 16 boys
Kallum Mulhall BRONZE
15 – 16 girls
Megan Kealy GOLD Shanice Davidson SILVER
17 – 18 girls
Jenna Barrett GOLD Georgia Clayton SILVER Lucy Costello BRONZE

Full results and routine videos. 

In the trampoline competitions, Andrew Stamp was impressive in the boys 13 – 14 years category taking the silver medal with Isabelle Songhurst also performing exceptionally well to take silver in the women’s 15 – 16 years age group.  In the 17 – 18 year category Zaynub Akbar also made the podium taking the silver medal.  Britain also had success in the Synchronised 15 – 16 year’s men with Rhys Northover and Alex Bradshaw taking the bronze medal. 

Full results and routine videos.

In the double-mini trampoline, Britain gained two more medals, with Zak Perzamanos taking the 11 – 12 boys bronze and Daniel Sale becoming world champion in the 17 – 18 years men’s section.

Full results and routine videos.

Congratulations to all gymnasts that competed across qualifications and finals and to their coaches and the officials that made this such a successful event.