In this latest Interview I talk to English and British Junior Champion Taeja James.
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:
Talking huge junior success, injuries, fightbacks, and future plans with the hugely talented British Senior Tyesha Mattis
In this latest interview, I talk to in my opinion one of the toughest, most determined, focused and self driven gymnasts Great Britain has ever produced, Sapphire’s Gabby Jupp.
After a hugely successful European Championships where she became only the third British junior to take three medals, Park Wrekin’s Alice Kinsella talks about her year leading up to the championships, the upgrades she made, the highs and lows of the junior Europeans, and her plans for the rest of the year, as she heads towards the senior ranks.
Talking to new British senior Georgia Mae Fenton
Notts gymnast Ellie Downie has had an unbelievable start to her senior career throughout 2015, and joins the exclusive list of Beth Tweddle, Claudia Fragapane, and of course sister Becky, as the only British WAG gymnasts to hold European and world medals. She talks to British Gymnewstics about her junior career, her first year as a senior, and of course growing up with a sibling who was already an Olympian as she was just starting to compete in the age group system.