The 2018 Trampoline, Tumbling & DMT World Championships will take place in St Petersburg, Russia from the 7th – 10th November and we are today delighted to announce the official British team.
Olympic silver medallist Bryony Page (Sheffield) headlines a strong women’s trampoline team, as she is joined by double Olympian Kat Driscoll (Apollo) and 2017 British champion Laura Gallagher (Quayside).
British champion Rachel Davies (Durham) leads the senior women’s tumbling team and will be joined by Megan Kealey (Milton Keynes) and Shanice Davidson (Durham) who joined Rachel on the podium at the British Championships, finishing in second and third respectively.
Elliott Browne (Wakefield) won World bronze in the senior men’s tumbling competition last year and returns in 2018. He’s joined by former World champion Kristof Willerton (Andover), 2017 British junior title winner Dominic Mensah (Pinewood) and William Breslin (Milton Keynes) who had success with the GB team earlier this year by winning gold at the Scalabis Cup.
Kirsty Way (OLGA) and Kim Beattie (Banchory) helped the senior women’s DMT team to world silver last year and will be hoping to do the same alongside teammates Caitlin O’Brien (Edinburgh) and Beth Williamson (Birkenhead) this year.
And in the senior men’s DMT competition, current British champion Ryan Devine (Flight Gymnastics) is named alongside Rhys Gray (Jumpers).
Also taking place in St Petersburg next month (15th-18th November) will be the 2018 Trampoline, Tumbling and DMT World Age Group Championships, with some of our most promising junior British gymnasts heading to Russia aiming to impress.
Here’s the full list of gymnasts set to compete:
13-14 Women – Josie Spring (OLGA) and Laura Dominey (OLGA)
13-14 Men – Ryan Brown (Up ‘n’ Downs), Tyler Cole-Dyer (NTGA), Isak Cornelissen (City of Liverpool)
15-16 Women – Brodie Hove-Coleman (NTGA), Willow Clarke-May (Salford)
15-16 Men – Zak Perzamanos (City of Liverpool)
17-21 Women – Louise Brownsey (Jumpers), Olivia Kenny (City of Liverpool)
17-21 Men – Corey Walkes (Quayside), Benjamin Watts (Edgbarrow), Alex Bradshaw (City of Liverpool)
17-21 Men Synchro only – Rhys Northover (City of Liverpool)
11-12 Boys - Bailey Forbes (Revolution), Freddie Liggins (Milton Keynes), Mason Tudgay (Derby)
11-12 Girls - Charlotte Clarke (Pinewood), Jaeda-Lei Jeffers (Revolution), Naana Oppon (Milton Keynes), Scarlett Hutton (Pinewood)
13-14 Boys - Alexander Flann (Pinewood), Izaiah Aduhene (Derby)
13-14 Girls - Georgie Forbes (Richmond), Georgina Elliott (Pinewood), Jade Evans (Carmarthenshire), Mia Bevan (City of Birmingham)
15-16 Boys - Jack Leahy (Milton Keynes), Marcus Adams (City of Birmingham), Nathan Kennedy (Derby), William Cowan (Pinewood)
15-16 Girls - Amy Campbell (Revolution), Demi Adams (Sapphire), Jess Brain (Andover), Sophie Allen (Durham)
17-21 Boys - Ben Goodall (Milton Keynes), Jaydon Paddock (City of Birmingham), Johnathon Rimmer (Wakefield), William Finn (Wakefield)
17-21 Girls - Aimee Antonius (Andover), Kaitlin Lafferty (Basingstoke), Megan Surman (City of Birmingham), Saskia Servini (Andover)
11-12 Boys - Kieran Harrison (City of Liverpool), Oscar Piper (City of Plymouth), Tom Gibson (City of Liverpool)
11-12 Girls - Ava Fettes (Banchory), Molly Mckenna (Antrim Phoenix), Nyla Evely (City of Plymouth), Scarlett Fletcher (City of Liverpool)
13-14 Girls - Grace Owen (OLGA), Jessica Graham (City of Leeds), Maddi Tarrant (OLGA)
15-16 Girls - Erifilly Heonos (Sky High)
17-21 Boys - Harrison Green (City of Leeds), Jamie Gibney (City of Liverpool)
17-21 Girls - Caitlin Tarrant (Edgbarrow), Ciara Donlevy (Edinburgh/Banchory), Hannah Morris (Marriotts), Lucy Steele (Birkenhead)