Fraser was the sole Woking representative in this, the first competition of the year. He began his qualifying competition on Floor, despite falling on his opening tumble he recomposed himself to finish well and score 11.10, enough for the 8th place spot. Next came Pommels and as others fell around him Fraser delivered a clean routine and qualified for the final in first place with 12.95. Onto Vault where he was competing his new vault for the first time, he landed both this and his second vault safely and progressed to the final. Fraser’s qualifying campaign concluded on P-Bars; his routine was not without problems but his score of 12.05 gained him qualification to the final. All in all, it was a successful day as Fraser qualified for all four finals in which he was eligible.
With Sunday morning came the apparatus finals. Fraser had woken up with a sore lower leg and so opted not to take part in the floor final. After a long wait he performed his pommel routine, starting well he unfortunately fell twice on his penultimate skill finishing with a score of 10.40 (7th). The afternoon session began with the vault final. Fraser again landed both vaults with just a small step and was rewarded with an average score of 13.575 and a silver medal. His final routine came on the P-Bars, he performed a good routine, improving on his qualification score and taking the sixth place spot (12.80).
Overall it was a good weekend for Fraser and he will have undoubtedly gained valuable experience ahead of the upcoming competition season.