Richard's Trampoline Club

Richard s Trampoline Club were at their annual synchro competition in Enfield before Christmas. This is where two people perform the same routine in time with each other, on separate trampolines. Marks are given for form, difficulty and synchronisation, m

Richard's Trampoline Club were at their annual synchro competition in Enfield before Christmas.

This is where two people perform the same routine in time with each other, on separate trampolines.

Marks are given for form, difficulty and synchronisation, making it slightly more difficult than individual competition.

In the intermediate section, Lauren Doherty and Paige Maranian completed some excellent routines, showing good form and synchronisation.


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This earned them some good marks and they finished in second place.

Lisa Golding and Lorna Kyan also performed well to finish in second place within their group too.

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Sophie Perks and Levi Rimmer were competing together for the first time. Their synchronisation was together for the majority of the routine but they just need to improve upon their form marks. They narrowly missed out on a medal in fourth.

Kasey Kilday, an experienced trampolinist, partnered Dawn Adams who was competing for the first time.

She was nervous but successfully competed the routines and finished in seventh place.

Scott Crowhurst and Bradley Sapsford had an error in their routine where they did a different skill to each other. This then terminates their routine so they were not marked out of the full 10 marks.

Within the advanced section, Lizzie Mercer and Becky Hales did really well and earned first place.

Rosannamay Cannon and Lauren Doherty did some really good routines. They were in a difficult group and did well to finish in third place.

Natasha Rastogi, having only returned from Australia the previous day and still jet lagged, and Jo Collins had not practiced together but still managed to finish in third place.

Richard's Trampoline Club holds classes in Stevenage, Letchworth and Sandy.

For more information, visit www.richardstrampolineclub.com

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