THE Scottish trampoline, tumbling and DMT championships took place in Perth recently - and Dynamite Gymnastics were the only Scottish team to qualify.

Gymnasts in all three disciplines enjoyed massive success with 17 gymnasts winning Scottish championships titles and a massive 36 finishing in medal positions making them the most successful club at the championships.

In trampoline, a total of five gymnasts took the top position, three of these - Abbie, Megan and Zac.

Michael Kerrisk, personal coach, said: “Their hard work all year has paid off with them scoring personal bests and becoming Scottish Champions.

“They are doing an excellent job of balancing training competitively with their other sports, school, and more.”

Meanwhile in the discipline of DMT, two more Scottish champions were crowned at the very top level- fig (elite) level.

Thomas Campbell, 10, and Riley summers, 12, have had a great year adding Scottish champion to their list of accolades already achieved.

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Stuart Langan, head coach for trampoline and DMT, said he is proud of the growth of both disciplines in the club, becoming a force to be reckoned with in Scotland competitively as well as producing confident young people.

Finally, the third discipline saw a massive 10 Scottish champions crowned with medals at every single level of the sport from NDP one to fig.

In addition, on two occasions the club took a clean sweep of the medals at both the ndp level 2 and 3 in 13/14 years category.

In level two, Eva Taylor took home top honours with team mates Chantelle Barclay and Sophie Mcgroggan in silver and bronze positions and level three saw Eva Ohagan win gold in a very close competition with silver medallist Cara Scott and bronze medallist Riley Lowe.

Ellena Devitt, performance and development director for the club and head coach for tumble, said: "The boys and girls have put in so much hard work over the year and it’s great to see it all pay off.

It’s been an incredibly successful year for tumble including being named Scottish team champions in May and have now backed this up with more great performances."