Dynamite Gymnastics Club in Clydebank were well-represented at the Trampoline, Tumbling and DMT British Championships with eight young gymnasts all competing well.

The pinnacle event for all elite level gymnasts in the trampoline, tumbling and double-mini trampoline disciplines, the British Championships took place down in Birmingham with Dyna members having to battle through several qualifying events throughout the year to gain a spot at the prestigious event.

With eight gymnasts making the trip, six of whom it was the first time competing at an event of this size, Dyna did well in all events they entered with four youngsters in the DMT event and four taking part in the tumble.

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Thomas Campbell, 10, was the club’s standout performer of the weekend as he narrowly finished just outside the medal spots in the DMT with a fantastic fourth place.

Riley Summers also showed some impressive passes to secure an eighth place finish in the boys’ 11/12 age category.

Competing in the 13/14 age group for the first time, both Sophie Brown and Rachael Auld competed well with the latter landing a full in tuck for the first time in competition.

Dynamite’s youngest competing tumbler, Milly Taylor, 12, showed great character as she competed well at her very first British Championships, finishing thirteenth.

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While the club’s oldest gymnast, Charlotte Hamilton, 18, qualified for her third British final in a row before placing seventh.

Dynamite’s British competitors will be joined by their NDP gymnasts for the Scottish Championships at Bell’s Sports Centre in Perth this weekend before Thomas, Riley, Hannah, Milly, Sophie and Rachael get set for the International Loule Cup in Portugal where they will represent Scotland for the first time in an international competition.

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