Double Mini-Trampoline | Sparkling Silver at World Age Groups
Four Scots were in action at the event. Paige Russell from JUMP was the first to compete. She qualified in the top five in the women’s 13-14 and finishing eighth in the final. Paige’s performance in her age group category made her eligible to compete in the overall juniors semi-final on Sunday. Progressing to the final of this competition level, she finished fifth with a score of 24.400, improving her score by .200 from the semi-finals.
Ethan Cunningham and Fraser Mcleod, both also from JUMP, took to the world stage on day two of the competition competing in the men’s 17-21 individual’s category. Fraser scored 23.600 in his first run, finishing with a total of 46.700 after his second, to place 23d. Ethan had some uncharacteristic runs resulting in errors, however still finished within the top 30 with a score of 42.600.
Congratulations to all the gymnasts on their international representation and to Ava, her coach Melanie Stewart-Wills, who was also a part of the delegation, and their team at Banchory for their success.