All of the junior floors for those with new routines in 2017 for you to enjoy. I have included gymnasts not in the GB national squad, but still qualified to compete at national level.
Results and scores from the young Welsh team at La Cup Sarreguemines
A post I’ve been meaning to do for a while now, as I get so many questions about the code, and how scores are made up. If you know your D from your E, CR and CV, and how the bonuses work, you’ll not need to read any further on this one.
A very long post, I feel I should offer some sort of prize for anyone that makes it to the end in one go, but having looked at breaking it into several posts, it seems to work better this way. Hopefully this can serve as a dip in resource for anyone interested in learning more about how to breakdown scoring, or wondering how or why a certain score was awarded.
A little later than planned, the running score list for British Juniors over 2017. I have capped each section at the top 40 scores so that it isn’t endless, and will update the post as we go through the year.
Results from the British National Development Plan Club Grade Finals held this weekend at Fenton Manor Stoke.
Great Britain’s most successful gymnast Beth Tweddle is giving one lucky gymnast the opportunity to win a ticket to her next ‘Beth Tweddle Gymnastics Camp’ which will be in Wales on the ninth of July. Be sure to hurry though, the competition closes at 11.59pm on Thursday 18 May!
A little later than planned, the running score list for British Seniors over 2017. I have capped each section at the top 40 scores so that it isn’t endless, and will update the post as we go through the year.
For this latest interview I speak to Team GB’s youngest Olympic medalist from Rio 2016, Amy Tinkler. Read Amy’s thoughts on Rio, her calmness in competition, dealing with injury for the first time, and her hopes for this year and the quad to come: