British success at the Loule World Cup - British Gymnastics

British success at the Loule World Cup

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Elliott Browne and Megan Kealy took tumbling silver, Laura Gallagher trampoline bronze and Kristof Willerton tumbling bronze in a hugely successful Loule World Cup over the weekend.

The prestigious FIG trampoline, tumbling and DMT World Cup event saw a world-class field compete for the medals ahead of the forthcoming World Championships.

Elliott scored 76.100 to take the silver in the men’s tumbling final, the World bronze medallist showing his form alongside Kristof Willerton who scored 74.000 to stand next to him on the medal podium. Megan Kealy matched her British Championship result taking a hugely impressive silver in the women’s event, Megan scored 67.900 just .100 of the gold.

The trampoline field was packed with world-class gymnasts making Laura Gallagher’s bronze medal even more notable. Laura scored 54.520 points in the final to take the bronze medal, her first in a World Cup, behind Canadian double Olympic champion Rosie MacLennan in silver and Xueying Zhu of China in gold.

Full results.

Running alongside the World Cup event was the Loule Cup where again the British gymnasts impressed. In the individual trampoline there were medals for Tyler Cole-Dyer taking gold in the 13-14 men’s event and Brodie Hove-Coleman who took silver in the women’s junior event.

In tumbling there were medal across all the categories. In the under 13’s Alice Field took silver and Darci Tierney bronze whilst there was a clean sweep in the mens under 13 – Mason Tudgay gold, Otis Mason silver and Shakiem Dixon bronze. Georgie Forbes took the female 13-14 gold with Jamie Harcourt taking the men’s 13-14 title and teammate Jake Parry in silver. Demi Adams took the junior silver with Bobbie White in bronze and Marcus Adams taking the boys junior silver. Eleanor Head won the senior women’s event with Jacob Tuck in silver and Jonathon Rimmer in bronze in the men’s final.

Finally in the double-mini trampoline Maddi Tarrant won the 13-14 bronze medal and Erifilly Heonos the junior gold, with Scarlett Fletcher and Oscar Piper taking silvers in the under 13 event. Full results.

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