Georgia Carslaw (City of Glasgow), Oliver Kettleborough (Notts) and Orianne Slater (Garioch) have all been crowned senior individual all-around champions at the 2018 Disability Artistic British Championships.
Over a busy weekend of competition at Lilleshall National Sports Centre, gymnasts competed in multiple categories for both senior and junior titles.
In the Open Class 1 senior women’s competition it was Georgia Carslaw (39.650) who took the all-around title, and impressed to pick up gold on vault, uneven bars, beam and floor to cap a brilliant day for the City of Glasgow gymnast.
Oliver Kettleborough had a weekend to remember as he won his first senior British title in the Open Class 1 men’s competition. A dominant display saw Oliver take gold with a score of 68.982 with Matthew Kirkland (63.949) from Jersey Special winning silver and clubmate James Lang (62.516) taking home bronze.
Oliver also claimed five of the individual titles as he excelled on floor, rings, vault, parallel bars and high bar, with James winning the pommel title.
In the Open Class 2 senior women’s competition it was Orianne Slater that triumphed, taking all-around gold with a score of 47.225. Abbi McNamara (Tameside) won silver with a score of 44.250 and Natasha Coates (Robin Hood) scored 42.550 for bronze.
Orianne also took home individual titles on uneven bars, beam and floor, with Abbi winning gold on vault.
Congratulations to all gymnasts for a brilliant weekend of competition. There were more titles won throughout the weekend and you can see the full results by visiting our dedicated event page.