Rising stars crowned in women’s Espoir & Boys U12/U14 British - British Gymnastics

Rising stars crowned in women’s Espoir & Boys U12/U14 British

Jolie espoir 2015The women’s Espoir (12/13 years) and boys Under 12 and Under 14 British Championships took place from the 4th – 6th December in Basildon, South Essex.

Jolie Ruckley from Cardiff Olympic took gold all-around in the women’s Espoir event with 52.900. Amelia Knight from the Academy took the silver with 50.800 and Taeja James from the City of Birmingham the bronze with 50.600.

Taeja James went on to take individual vault  (13.775) and bars (13.950) gold with Amelie Morgan from Slough fnishing in the top spot on the beam (12.950) and all-around champion Jolie Ruckley taking the floor title with 14.400.

In the boys Under 12 years category, Victor Yeo from Exeter took all-around gold with 77.933 ahead of Harley Spann from Bury Gymnastics in silver with 74.366 and Tobie Watson from the City of Birmingham in bronze with 74.149.

Victor also won four of the apparatus titles, the floor (13.700), pommel horse (13.400), vault (14.033) and the high bar (12.400). Taking the rings title was Tobie Watson (12.066) and Harley Spann the parallel bars (13.100).

In the boys Under 14 years competition, Euan Cox from Pegasus took the title with 80.265 ahead of Huntingdon’s Jake Jarman in silver with 77.697 and Falcons’ Adam Tobin in bronze with 76.899.

All-around champion Euan also took the rings (13.700) and parallel bars (14.033) top spots. Teammate Samuel Ghinn took the pommel horse gold with 13.266 with Dominic Bigsby from Pipers Vale taking the floor (13.833) and the vault (13.516). Adam Tobin took the final apparatus title, the high bar with 13.100.

Full results.

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