Elliot flies high for trampolining club
Richard s Trampoline Club entered a massive team of 36 performers at the recent Ipswich Open. This competition covered all levels and gave their beginners chance to compete and the more experienced performers chance to try out harder routines without the
Richard's Trampoline Club entered a massive team of 36 performers at the recent Ipswich Open.
This competition covered all levels and gave their beginners chance to compete and the more experienced performers chance to try out harder routines without the pressure of a graded competition.
At grade one the club had just Elliot Stratton, who two years ago at this same competition was competing at grade six!
He was trying out his hardest routine yet, with four double somersaults, and he finished in second place.
There was plenty of success at grade two with Lauren Jones and Charlie Mussino both gaining first place in their groups.
Lisa Withey and Natasha Rastogi narrowly missed out on medals and both were fourth within their groups.
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All of them experimented successfully with more difficult routines in preparation for the next national grade two in Northern Ireland next month.
At grade three, Nicky Ledwold was lying in second place after the compulsory set routines but a mistake during his voluntary routine saw his chances of a medal disappear.
There was success again at grade four as Tom Stead and Emma Ramsey both finished first within their groups, Catherine Southard did well to come third in a massive group, and Lorna Kyan, Lisa Golding and Michael Sheff gained team first.
At grade five, Adam Jones did extremely well to finish in second place in his first competition with the club.
And Sophie Perks narrowly missed out on a medal in fourth place, also in her first competition with the club.
And at grade six, Lizzi Wilson did well to come first in a difficult group on her return to competitive action.
Daniel Ellis came close to winning a medal in fourth place. He suffered a mistake during his second routine which showed in his score.