Junior and disability apparatus titles decided on final day of 2019 Gymnastics British Championships - British Gymnastics

Junior and disability apparatus titles decided on final day of 2019 Gymnastics British Championships

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The final morning of the 2019 Gymnastics British Championships saw our junior and disability gymnasts compete in apparatus finals at M&S Bank Arena, Liverpool.

Congratulations to all of those who competed, and our champions listed below.

For full results head to our dedicated event page.

Women’s disability masters
Vault – Orianne Slater (Garioch)
Bars – Sienna Swinden (The Meapa)
Beam – Sienna Swinden (The Meapa)
Floor – Orianne Slater (Garioch)

Men’s disability masters
High bar – Logan Somers (Sleaford Elite)
Pommel – Oliver Kettleborough (Notts)
Floor – Oliver Kettleborough (Notts)
Vault – Oliver Kettleborough (Notts)
Parallel bars – Oliver Kettleborough (Notts)
Rings – Oliver Kettleborough (Notts)

Men’s under 16
High bar – Remell Robinson-Bailey (Earls)
Pommel – Jacob Edwards (Olympic)
Floor – Jacob Edwards (Olympus)
Vault – Cameron Lynn (West Lothian)
Parallel bars – James Puddy (Fromeside)
Rings – Harry Hepworth (Leeds)

Espoir women (12/13 years)
Vault – Annais Ornella Muteba (Cardiff Central)
Bars – Gabriella Williams (Park Wrekin)
Beam – Jea Brittany Maracha (Clwb Cymru)
Floor – Mia Evans (Park Wrekin)

Junior women (14/15 years)
Vault – Annie Young (Norfolk Academy)
Bars - Ondine Achampong (Sapphire)
Beam – Ondine Achampong (Sapphire)
Floor – Jennifer Gadirova (Aylesbury Gymnastics)

 

 

 

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