A great start to the competitive season at the Deal invitational with the youngest gymnasts competing in their first event away from home. Megan Nathan saw her take the Gold medal ahead of an extremely competent field of youngsters.
Floor & vault squad gymnasts competed in Swifts Invitational bringing home a total of six medals. Gold – Ben Kerr, Bethan Cooper, Silver Alison Thomas Bronze Abigail Clarke, Annie Savage, Laura Fowler
Regional Championships at Guildford Spectrum saw Ellie Gooding taking First on Bars & Beam and the overall Championships by almost 2 clear marks. At FIG level Emma Williams showed a welcome return to form, taking second on Vault, 1st on Bars to finish 4th overall in the Espoires age group.
The British Men’s Championships in Wigan saw Pegasus become one of only two clubs in the country at under 12 to have two gymnasts finish in the top 10 places. Joel Burch competing in his first National Championships and shoot straight to the top half of the rankings with an excellent 13th position in all round results. James Hall followed a Piked Tsukahara vault with an outstanding performance to grab 5th place on Parallel Bars and an amazing 10th position overall. Positive in warm up and enjoying every minute of the event Courtney Tulloch gave his all to finish in sixth place overall winning a Gold medal on Floor and a bronze on Parallel Bars.
Great Britain team selection for Courtney to compete in the 33rd Tulit Peter Memorial Cup, which was first run in 1974. Since then it has grown to be the most popular International Gymnastics Competition for young gymnasts anywhere in the world. An outstanding performance from Courtney put him in the silver position overall and into five apparatus finals. He won medals in 4 of them. Well done Courtney and of course his Coach Ionut.