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British Tumbling Championships 2019

British Tumbling Championships 2019
Tumblers from the west midlands collectively win 10 British medals - 4 gold medals, 4 silver medals, 2 bronze medals! The region sends 10 tumblers to the world championships later this year!

The event took place at arena Birmingham on 28th, 29th September 2019. The championships sees the country’s best of the best battle it out to receive a national ranking for their age group, which can lead to national squad selection and for some; world championships selection!

Overall Results
Senior Men:
Silver – Jaydon Paddock (City Of Birmingham) / GBR Senior World Champs Team
Senior Women:
6th Place – Megan Surman (City Of Birmingham) / GBR World Age Group Team

Junior Gold Medallists
17-21yrs Women:
Gold – Amy Campbell (Revolution) / GBR World Age Group Team
15/16yrs Girls:
Gold – Mia Bevan (City Of Birmingham) / GBR World Age Group Team
11/12yrs Boys:
Gold – Bailey Forbes (Revolution) / GBR World Age Group Team
9/10yrs Boys:
Gold – Shakiem Dixon (City Of Birmingham)

Junior Silver Medallists
15/16yrs Girls:
Silver – Ashleigh Owen (Revolution) / GBR World Age Group Team
11/12yrs Girls:
Silver – Jaeda-Lei Jeffers (Revolution) / GBR World Age Group Team
9/10yrs Boys:
Silver – Otis Mason (Revolution)

Junior Bronze Medallists
11/12yrs Boys:
Bronze – Sebastian Deans (City Of Birmingham) / GBR World Age Group Team
9/10yrs Girls:
Bronze – Macy Ross (Revolution)

Junior British Finalists
11/12yrs Girls:
4th Place – Ruby Reid (Revolution)
5th Place – Alicia Field (Revolution)
9/10yrs Boys:
5th Place – Jude Morais-Trigg (Revolution)
17-21yrs Men:
6th Place – Radostin Barakova-Trankov (Woodlands)
15/16yrs Boys:
7th Place – Evan Kemp (City Of Birmingham)

Junior British Prelim Rankings
13/14yrs Girls:
9th Place – Hope Sutherland (City Of Birmingham)
17-21yrs Men:
12th Place – Marcus Adams (City Of Birmingham) / World Age Group Team
15/16yrs Boys:
14th Place – Oliver Dean (City Of Birmingham)

British Silver Medal - Jaydon Paddock (City Of Birmingham) Senior Men
This was jaydon’s second British championships as a senior athlete. Jaydon has a fantastic championships and produced 4 world class passes to take the silver medal. His final passes were round off, flick, double straight, 3 whips flick, full in triple pike. Round off flick, full full straight, 3 whips flick, full in triple tuck.

Jaydon’s scores from the preliminary round qualified him a place on the senior men Great Britain team who will compete at the world championships in Tokyo, Japan later this year!
British Tumbling Championships 2019 Jaydon Paddock

British Champion - Amy Campbell (Revolution) 17-21yrs Women
Amy competed brilliantly, receiving 2 new personal best scores for her transition pass (double somersault in the middle of a pass, 1 during the prelim competition and the 2nd during the finals. Her final pass of whip into double straight transition to a double pike ending scored high enough to take the 17-21yrs girls British title!

Her scores from the preliminary round qualified a place for amy onto the 17-21yrs world age group team who will represent GBR in Tokyo, Japan later this year.

British Champion - Mia Bevan (City Of Birmingham) 15/16yrs Girls
Mia has progressed year on year through hard work and determination. This was her first British championship title and she performed round off, 5 whips flick, full in straight for her final pass.

Mia will represent Great Britain at the world age group championships later this year in Tokyo, Japan!
British Tumbling Championships 2019 Mia Bevan
British Champion – Bailey Forbes (Revolution) 11/12yrs Boys 
Bailey retained his British champion title, winning the gold medal in the 11/12yrs boys category leading the field by 3.6pts! Bailey gained a new personal best for his execution score (neatness). He performed a pass of 5 whips, flick, double straight in the final.

Bailey will represent Great Britain in the world age group championships later this year in Tokyo, Japan.
British Tumbling Championships 2019 Bailey Forbes
British Champion – Shakiem Dixon (City Of Birmingham) 9/10yrs Boys
This was Shakiem’s second British championships. For his final pass he performed round off, 5 whips flick, back in full out dismount.

The 9/10yrs boys category displayed phenomenal difficulty level and would not have looked out of place at an 11/12yrs world age final! 
British Tumbling Championships 2019 Shakiem Dixon
British Silver Medal – Ashleigh Owen (Revolution) 15/16yrs Girls 
Ashleigh won the silver medal in the 15/16yrs girls’ category. Ashleigh’s final pass included a new skill of double straight somersault. 

Ashleigh will represent Great Britain in the world age group championships later this year in Tokyo, Japan.
British Tumbling Championships 2019 Ashleigh Owen
British Silver Medal – Jaeda-Lei Jeffers (Revolution) 11/12yrs Girls
Jaeda-lei took the silver medal in the 11/12yrs girls’ category, an amazing result off the back of a fantastic English championships win. Jaeda’s final pass was included an upgraded skill; back-in, full-out straight (double straight somersault with a 360 twist). 

Jaeda will represent Great Britain in the world age group championships later this year in Tokyo, Japan.
British Tumbling Championships 2019 Jaeda Lei Jeffers
British Silver Medal – Otis Mason (Revolution) 9/10yrs Boys
Otis mason (10yrs) took the silver medal in the 9/10yrs boys category, completely nailing his final tumbling pass of 5 whips, flick to a full-in tuck (double back somersault with a 360 twist) with a stuck landing … known in the tumbling community as a “stoi”. Otis gained a new personal best difficulty score for this run.
British Tumbling Championships 2019 Otis Mason
British Bronze Medal – Sebastian Deans (City Of Birmingham) 11/12yrs Boys  
This was Sebastian’s second British championships. For his final pass he performed round off, 5 whips flick, double pike dismount. 

Seb will represent Great Britain on the world age group team later this year in Tokyo, Japan! 
British Tumbling Championships 2019 Sebastian Deans
British Bronze Medal – Macy Ross (Revolution) 9/10yrs Girls
Macy competed very well and won her first ever British medal in the 9/10yrs girls’ category. Macy smashed 3 new personal best scores at the championships too! 
British Tumbling Championships 2019 Macy Ross

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