Britain’s rising stars in trampoline, tumbling and double mini trampoline showed the world their outstanding talent winning numerous medal at the 2017 World Age Group Competitions in Sofia.
Following on from the senior successes at the World Championships, the World Age Group Competitions showcase the very best junior gymnasts in different age categories, with Britain taking six world titles.
In the trampoline events, Ryan Brown took gold and Tyler Cole-Dyer silver in the boys 11-12 final with the pair then joining forces to take the synchronized trampoline gold. Andrew Stamp also winning sensational silver in the 15-16 trampoline final
Will Cowan was crowned the boys 13-14 tumbling champion and teammate Jack Leahy in silver with Georgie Forbes adding bronze in the girl’s event. Iain Foster took the 15-16 boys silver with Will Finn in bronze whilst Kaitlyn Lafferty won silver in her 15-16 final. Megan Kealy tumbled her way to the 17-21 title with Georgia Claytion in silver whilst Dominic Mensah took the 17-21 mens bronze medal. The last day then saw Naano Oppon win the 11-12 girls tumbling bronze.
In the double mini trampoline events, Caitlin O’Brien won the 17-21 yrs gold and Scarlett Fletcher the 11-12 title.
The full results can be found here.