The three-year-old ‘one-to-watch’ has extended the Wills acrogymnastics dynasty into a FOURTH generation, and anyone who thinks it is pushing the boundaries a little, when it comes to one so young being pitched into the competition arena, should think again.
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AWARD-WINNING coach Nikki Thorne acclaimed the dawn of a bright new age for her King Edmund Gym Club starlets after watching them take the British Tournament at Stoke’s Fenton Manor venue by storm.
KING Edmund Gym Club stars turned on the style again to warm-up for November’s British Tournament showpiece with some tremendous displays in the Sharlene Slater International Cup.
FAST-EMERGING gymnast Robert Bates swept to a fourth-place finish in tandem with Christopher Child at the World Acrogymnastics Age Group Championships – while our South West aces shone in Sherborne!
YATE International Gymnastics Centre has received a welcome donation from environmental services contractor Shield.
THE South West Championships Preliminaries at Taunton proved a rewarding experience for King Eddies’ young aces!
CHILDREN undertaking activities in the new Yate International Gymnastics Centre can enjoy a new dimension to their sport thanks to a donation by Yate Town Council.
KING Edmund Gym Club has spoken of its delight at being acclaimed a South Gloucestershire Sporting Hero of 2013.
KING Edmund Gym Club coaches have expressed pride and delight after seeing their star performers cap a momentous year by securing more major international honours.
SHANIE-Redd Thorne and Danielle Jones have described their moment of elation when they discovered they had become Great Britain golden girls in Colombia, writes Simon Parkinson.