Hendon Gymnastics Club’s success continued with their young team of trampolinists led by coach Carys Edwards.

The team recently competed in the London National Development Pathway qualifiers at Harlington Leisure Centre, following another previous successful competition at the end of 2019.

The team gained a haul of medals and distinction rosettes,which are given to individuals who achieve over 94% on their range and conditioning routine, including strength and flexibility elements.

Eight members of the team participated at the event, with Evie Klog and Inés Bevil receiving distinction rosettes for their range and conditioning, while Max Baddick was awarded with a bronze medal and a distinction rosette.

Evie Sloss secured a silver medal and a rosette for a distinction in her trampoline score, Curtis Epstein-Richmond, Charlotte Ellis and Lemara Sokoya won gold medals, with the latter also getting a distinction rosette, and finally Stefan Truscott was awarded a bronze medal and a distinction rosette.

The next competition for the team is the London National Development Pathway finals on Sunday, March 29.