Championships took place at Fenton Manor in Stoke.
Woking Gymnastics had Jamie Lewis, Lorenzo Carrozzo, Leon McHugh and James Miller competing in the Under 12 age category on Saturday.
Jamie had a nightmare start on Vault and made a large error on his dismount on Parallel bars. But, he managed to control his nerves and decided to show everybody what he is capable of with a wonderful High bar and Floor. Jamie then performed a Pommel routine full of very difficult skills and executed it with precision and a maturity way above his young age of just 11! Jamie ended the competition with a clean Rings routine and finished with a total score of 76.25 and clinching the All-Around silver medal, an amazing achievement after such a terrible start. Jamie also collected a bronze medal on Floor, silver medals on Parallel bar and High bar and Gold on Pommels.
Name Club Total Rank
OSBOURNE Donell Earls Gymnastics Club 13.250 12.800 12.250 14.400 12.150 12.950 77.800 1
LEWIS Jamie Woking Gymnastics Club 13.050 13.700 11.650 12.900 12.550 12.400 76.250 2
CHAMBERLAIN Jack Bury Gymnastics Club 12.900 11.550 11.550 13.800 11.900 11.700 73.400 3
WATSON Jake City of Birmingham Gym 12.500 12.000 11.300 13.100 12.650 11.200 72.750 4
TOBIN Adam Falcons Gym Academy 12.700 11.950 11.150 13.800 12.550 10.450 72.600 5
MURPHY Patrick Huntingdon Olympic 12.700 12.350 11.450 12.550 12.200 11.100 72.350 6
Lorenzo finished 26th, scoring 67.8; Leon finished 36th, scoring 64.15; and James Miller finished 40th, scoring 61.95 in his first ever voluntary competition.
On Sunday, Tobias Brewer competed for Woking in the Under 14 age group. Tobias had a couple of falls on High bar and Floor and then settled into a good competition finishing with a lovely Parallel bars. Tobias finished 17th, scoring 68.75.
It’s been a very successful year of competitions from the entire boy’s squad and a big congratulations to all the boys coaches, without all your hard work and dedication it would not be possible!
A special well done to Nikki Hanley for being awarded the 2012 Volunteer of the Year by British Gymnastics. It is a very prestigious award and highlights Nikki’s dedication to the sport of gymnastics and the continued support she receives from the Men’s coaching team at the Club.