The young stars of Dynamite Gymnastics Club in Clydebank have been blowing away the competition at top level tournaments.

Earlier this month 21 gymnasts from the club represented Scotland in the NDP Regional Team qualifiers in Birmingham. With 18 gymnasts performing in the tumble, Dynamite had the highest number of tumblers qualified for this event than any other Scottish Club and for the first time, the club were delighted to have gymnasts qualify and compete in double mini trampoline.

The club won seven medals over the weekend and 14 gymnasts were able to qualify for the British NDP Finals.

The British NDP Finals were held the previous weekend, with eight gymnasts from the club picking up medals, including three golds, two silvers and three bronze.

This is just the latest success for the club, who have also been crowned the overall 2018 Scottish NDP Team Champions for tumbling, after all eight gymnasts competing at the FIG level tumbling qualified for the British Championships.

Heather Hughes was the first ever Scottish Gymnast to medal at the event and Dynamite team members Skye McNicol and Emily Brown just missed out on a medal spot.

At the Gym for Life Festival in Nottingham display teams Ignition and Rockets won silver medals, with the latter winning the award for originality and innovation.