Perfect pairs

Richard s Trampoline Club are back on the competition trail. A recent friendly synchro competition in Milton Keynes was their first since the summer. It entails two people performing the same routine on separate trampolines, in time together. At level one

Richard's Trampoline Club are back on the competition trail.

A recent friendly synchro competition in Milton Keynes was their first since the summer.

It entails two people performing the same routine on separate trampolines, in time together.

At level one, there were Charlotte Smart and Tayla Green, and Hazel Childs and Zoe Corner (in her first competition with the club). Both couples performed their routines successfully, showing good synchronisation. They were lacking with the form marks though, and finished fifth and sixth respectively.

Lorna Kyan and Lisa Golding were in level three having had just one practice session together, since Lisa returned from working abroad for four months.

Their lack of preparation did not show as the pair, both moving away to university, performed two superb routines to easily take second place.

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At level four, there were Lizzie Mercer and Rebecca Hales, and Jo Collins and Kyrstin Fairweather. Both narrowly missed out on medals to finish fourth and fifth respectively.

There was also a Russian Roulette competition, where partners are pulled out of a hat and perform a routine together without any practice.

The club did extremely well with Kyrstin Fairweather in first place, Jo Collins in second and Kelly Page third.

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