2016 Rushmoor Rosebowl

The 35th annual Rushmoor Rosebowl competition took place over the weekend with several British national squad gymnasts taking part representing various teams. From the senior squad, Kelly Simm, Georgia Mae Fenton, Phoebe Turner and Tyesha Mattis competed for Great Britain. They were joined by junior squad member Zoe Simmons in for fellow junior squad member Megan Parker after she stubbed her finger in training. Other British junior squad members in action were Amelia Knight competing for the South West Region, and Chiara Bunce competing for her home club Heathrow.  From the British development squad, Mercedes Moore and Leah Greenland competing for their club South Durham.

Along with the British squad gymnasts, gymnasts competing for England, for their regions, and their clubs, joined by guests from Canada, Spain, and Holland.

There are some videos available here: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCeVKqHEa17CJ47-s_hCKKSw

Overall Results

Great Britain took the overall team title by over ten points, ahead of Alberta A  in second, and Heathrow in third. Kelly Simm although not at her absolute best understandably after the huge push toward Rio and a little down time after still comfortably took the AA title, including debuting a new floor. Georgia took silver, and  Alberta’s Emma Guthrie the bronze.

It was also great to welcome back Tyesha Mattis back to competition after a long absence. Lets hope this was the beginnings of a long healthy period of gymnastics for her, and an opportunity to fulfil that enormous potential.

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1. Great Britain – 209.650
2. Alberta A  – 197.150
3. Heathrow – 195.050

AA

1. Kelly Simm – Great Britain 54.300
2. Georgia Mae Fenton – 51.700
3. Emma Guthrie Alberta – 51.050

Rosebowl National

As the overall winners, Great Britain naturally took the national team title. They were followed by England B, then England A. Kelly and Georgia took the top two spots, with Phoebe Turner in third.

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Team 

1. 209.650 – Great Britain
2. 191.950 – England B
3. 190.600 – England A

Individual 

1. 54.300 – Kelly Simm (Great Britain)
2. 51.700 – Georgia-Mae Fenton (Great Britain)
3. 49.850 – Phoebe Turner (Great Britain)
4. 49.700 – Abigail Morris (England)
5. 49.050 – Alyssia Barlow (England)
6. 47.950 – Jessica Daykin (England)
7. 47.000 – Laura Cooke (England)
8. 46.800 – Lauren Jones (England)
9. 46.050 – Jennifer Gadirova (England)
10. 45.900 – Lana Chiltern (England)
11. 45.800 – Megan Bridge (England)
12. 45.450 – Kelsey Moore (England)
13. 45.350 – Eleanor Green (England)
14. 36.850 – Zoe Simmons (Great Britain)
15. 26.200 – Tyesha Mattis (Great Britain)

Rosebowl Regional 

In the regional event Canadian team Alberta  A took the title with the South West taking silver, and Alberta B taking the bronze. The Alberta gymnasts also filled the top three spots in this category.

I would also like to take this opportunity to wish The South West team’s April Maslen a very happy retirement from competitive gymnastics. Thankfully not from gymnastics for good though, April who has for so long been a fantastic gymnast both internationally and for The Academy, is now moving into coaching.

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Team

1. 197.150 – Alberta A
2. 189.750 – South West
3. 188.750 – Alberta B
4. 182.850 – East
5. 180.750 – London
6. 176.600 – South East
7. 164.400 – Surrey
8. 163.950 – Sussex

Indivdual

1. 51.050 – Emma Guthrie (Alberta)
2. 50.200 – Kyra Cato (Alberta)
3. 48.600 – Montana Fairbairn (Alberta)
4. 47.750 – Ellie Clements (South West)
5. 47.600 – Phoebe Jakubczyk (South West)
6. 47.550 – Isobel Hillard (South East)
7. 47.350 – Jaden Gorsline (Alberta)
8. 47.300 – Evalyn Kaufmann (Alberta)
9. 46.900 – Annie Young (East)
10. 46.700 – April Maslen (South West)
11. 46.600 – Vicky Ashworth (South West)
12. 46.150 – Gabriella Connoly (East)
13. 46.050 – Charlotte Innes (Alberta)
14= 45.800 – Miriam Hamenni (London)
14= 45.800 – Alexandra Keats (Alberta)
16. 45.550 – Lottie Smith (East)
17. 45.300 – Lea Kadgi-Atagana (Alberta)
18. 45.150 – Amelia Knight (South West)
19. 45.050 – China Mattis (London)
20. 44.900 – Abigail Brooker (South East)
21. 44.200 – Jessica Gadirova (London)
22. 43.200 – Teegan Barnes (East)
23. 43.050 – Parris Bryan (South East)
24. 42.750 – Georgia Dorney (Sussex)
25. 42.400 – Charlie Lloyd (Surrey)
26. 42.050 – Izzy Lamb (Surrey)
27. 41.550 – Honesty South (Sussex)
28. 41.250 – Scarlett Cherry (Surrey)
29. 41.100 – Amira Hojelj (South East)
34. 39.200 – Scarlett Tidy (Sussex)
33. 39.100 – Molly Evans (Sussex)
32. 38.700 – Helena Vinall (Surrey)
33. 38.550 – Sam Katkevica (London)
34. 38.400 – Maija Ojere (London)
35. 34.550 – Sophia King (Alberta)
36. 34.500 – Daisy Miller (Sussex)
37. 34.150 – Eleanor Hayward (East)

Rosebowl Club

Heathrow took the team title, followed by the very young up and coming South Durham team, several names there to note. Spanish guests Egiba took the bronze. British junior Chiara Bunce was top scorer in this category, followed by Capital City’s Elizabeth Holmstrom, and Heathrow’s Anna Garde.

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Team

1. 195.050 – Heathrow
2. 184.500 – South Durham
3. 180.600 – Egiba (Esp)
4. 178.950 – Bristol Hawks
5. 178.800 – Dynamo
6. 167.550 – Rushmoor
7. 156.450 – Turn 4U Utrecht
8. 155.650 – Capital City
9. 141.900 – Vernon Park

Individual

1. 50.000 – Chiara Bunce (Heathrow)
2. 49.800 – Elizabeth Holmstrom (Capital City)
3. 48.300 – Anna Garde (Heathrow)
4. 47.850 – Tia Andrews (Heathrow)
5. 47.700 – Maddie Hart (Heathrow)
6. 47.400 – Aryana Porter (Capital City)
7. 47.350 – Mar Palliso (Egiba)
8. 47.000 – Leah Greenland (South Durham)
9. 46.950 – Mia Scott (South Durham)
10. 46.350 – Danielle Barnes (Dynamo)
11. 46.000 – Kiana Orom (Capital City)
12. 45.750 – Mayalee Osola (Bristol Hawks)
13. 44.900 – Emily Edge (Bristol Hawks)
14. 44.850 – Tayah Askham (Dynamo)
15. 44.800 – Berta Monteagudo (Egiba)
16. 44.450 – Polly Hitchings (Heathrow)
17= 44.350 – Lorena Medina (Egiba)
17= 44.350 – Lydia Collins (South Durham)
19. 44.200 – Frankie Ryman (South Durham)
20. 44.100 – Carla Font (Egiba)
21. 44.000 – Aimee Westlake (Bristol Hawks)
22. 43.800 – Caitlin Lochhead (Bristol Hawks)
23. 43.200 – Jessica Wells (Dynamo)
24= 42.450 – Emily Cantwell (Rushmoor)
24= 42.450 – Poppy Hanscomb (Rushmoor)
26. 42.400 – Mercedes Moore (South Durham)
27. 42.300 – Olivia Essex (Dynamo)
28. 42.250 – Roxanne Price (Bristol Hawks)
29. 42.100 – Leah Mitchell (Dynamo)
30. 41.500 – Emily Sly (Rushmoor)
31. 41.050 – Pleun Reinders (Turn 4U Utrecht)
32. 40.500 – Sydney Lawler (Rushmoor)
33. 39.700 – Lotte den Braver (Turn 4U Utrecht)
34. 38.550 – Britt van der Veer (Turn 4U Utrecht)
35. 37.650 – Rebecca Parramore (Rushmoor)
36. 37.400 – Jemma Naylor (Vernon Park)
37. 36.150 – Holly Naylor (Vernon Park)
38. 35.700 – Eleanor Cox (Rushmoor)
39. 35.450 – Sarah Fard (Vernon Park)
40. 35.150 – Jessy Gravenbeek (Turn 4U Utrecht)
41. 34.750 – Roos Jonker (Turn 4U Utrecht)
42. 33.250 – Julie van Kempen (Turn 4U Utrecht)
43. 32.900 – Georgina Blackburn (Vernon Park)
44. 12.450 – Shaelyn Brown (Capital City

Apparatus Finals

Sunday was apparatus finals day, for this all gymnasts from all categories and all ages compete against each other. Great Britain swept the titles, with Kelly taking vault followed by Emma Guthrie of Alberta, with GB team mate Phoebe Turner  taking bronze. Bars was a 1,2,3 for Great Britain, Kelly, Georgia, and Tyesha respectively. Georgia took beam, followed by juniors Chiara Bunce, and England’s Jessica Daykin sharing sliver, so great work from them. Finally Phoebe Turner took the floor title to finish a great day for the British team, the Canadian team took another two medals with Kyra Carto and Jaden Gorsline taking sliver and bronze.


Vault and floor champion Kelly Simm, Team GB apparatus medalists Georgia, Tyesha, Phoebe, and Kelly.

Vault 
1. 14.100  (14.400, 13.800)  – Kelly Simm (Great Britain)
2.13.425 ( 13.800, 13.050) – Emma Guthrie (Alberta)
3. 13.300 (13.700, 12.900) – Phoebe Turner (Great Britain)
4= 12.950 (13.150, 12.750) – Lea Kadgi-Atagana (Alberta)
4= 12.950 (13.100, 12.800) – Elizabeth Holmstrom (Capital City)
6. 12.875 (13.150, 12.600) – Montana Fairbairn (Alberta)
7. 12.850 (12.900, 12.800) – Mar Palliso (Egiba)
8. 12.825 (13.700, 11.950) – Evalyn Kaufmann (Alberta)
9. 12.400 (12.750, 12.050) – Charlotte Innes (Alberta)
10. 12.350 (12.150, 12.550) – Gabriella Connoly (East)

Bars

1 14.150 – Kelly Simm (Great Britain)
2 13.000 – Georgia-Mae Fenton (Great Britain)
3 12.700 – Tyesha Mattis (Great Britain)
4 12.250 – Chiara Bunce (Heathrow)
5 12.150 – Anna Garde (Heathrow)
6 12.050 – Shaelyn Brown (Capital City)
7 11.700 – Emma Guthrie (Alberta)
8 11.600 – Mar Palliso (Egiba)
9 11.500 – Tia Andrews (Heathrow)
10 11.450 – Elizabeth Holmstrom (Capital City)

Beam

1 13.750 – Georgia-Mae Fenton (Great Britain)
2= 13.250 – Chiara Bunce (Heathrow)
2= 13.250 – Jessica Daykin (England)
4 12.850 – Kelly Simm (Great Britain)
5 12.750 – Phoebe Jakubczyk (South West)
6 12.700 – Elizabeth Holmstrom (Capital City)
7 12.400 – Montana Fairbairn (Alberta)
8 12.350 – Kyra Cato (Alberta)
9 12.200 – Alexandra Keats (Alberta)
10 12.100 – Phoebe Turner (Great Britain)

Floor

1 13.700 – Phoebe Turner (Great Britain)
2 13.000 – Kyra Cato (Alberta)
3 12.950 – Jaden Gorsline (Alberta)
4 12.750 – Phoebe Jakubczyk (South West)
5 12.500 – Leah Greenland (South Durham)
6= 12.450 – Abigail Morris (England)
6= 12.450 – Montana Fairbairn (Alberta)
8= 12.400 – Anna Garde (Heathrow)
8= 12.400 – Alexandra Keats (Alberta)
10 12.300 – Laura Cooke (England)

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