Eight medals on final day of European Championships - British Gymnastics

Eight medals on final day of European Championships

The British team completed a memorable 2016 European trampoline, tumbling and DMT Championships taking a further eight medals on the final day of competition in Spain.

In the senior tumbling finals, both Kristof Willerton and Lucie Colebeck took silver medals, Kristof’s passes scoring 77.700 with Lucie scoring 66.900. Joining Lucie on the women’s medal podium was Rachel Davies who scored 66.600 for bronze whilst Greg Townley also made the final and placed 6th 74.500

In the trampoline events Kat Driscoll and Nathan Bailey both secured bronze medals. Kat took third spot with a score of 54.305 with teammate Pamela Clark finishing in sixth (52.885). Nathan scored 58.655 to secure his place in the medals with Luke Strong also impressing to finish sixth (56.950 points)

In the DMT final, Kirsty Way took European bronze (68.200) with Caitlin O’Brien finishing in seventh. Michael McNabb placed 4th in the men’s final (72.500) with Ben Atkins in eighth.

In the junior finals, Beth Williamson took bronze in the girls DMT with Lucy Steele in sixth. Jasper Dallard finishing sixth and Oliver Paradise seventh in the boys event.

Kalum Mulhall took junior boys tumbling bronze with Jaydon Paddock fifth. Shannice Maddock was fifth in the girls tumbling with Megan Kealy sixth, and in the girls trampoline Isabelle Songhusrt placed sixth.

The championships close with Great Britain winning five gold, four silver and seven bronze medals.
For reports on all the competitions click here.