West Street is pleased to announce that Jac Perry who, competed for Team GB at the Tumbling World Age Group Championships held at Daytona Beach, Florida on the 13-16th November, finished in a remarkable 13th place with a score of 64. His coach here at West Street, Shelly Pace, said “we are all thrilled and very proud of Jac’s achievement. For a club our size in West Wales this is a truly remarkable accomplishment”
West Street are delighted to announce that Jac Perry has been selected to represent Team GB in the Tumbling World Championships to be held this November in Florida.
Coach Shelly Pace is delighted that Jac’s abilities and hard work have been recognised and along with everyone at the club wish Jac all the best for the competition.
Everyone here at West Street are proud of Jac’s achievement.
Jac Perry, a member of West Street Tumbling Squad, has been selected for 2 world championship trials to be held in Liverpool on the 20th September and Lilleshall on 27th September 2014. He hopes to secure a place in the British Gymnastics team competing in the world championships being held in Daytona Beach Florida, Jac has already won a place in team team BG’s Tumbling Squad for 2014, in the 17-18 boys category.
Shelly Pace, Jac’s coach at West Street, is very proud of his achievement so far. She said: “There was always an outside chance Jac would make the squad, but when he was notified it’s fair to say he was overwhelmed!”
12 Gymnasts from West Street Acro competed at the British Acrobatic Gymnastics Championships in Stoke on Trent on Sunday 25th November and Brought home 2 Gold and 3 Silver medals!!
Luke Price and Lowri Thomas competed confidently against strong competition to become the Mixed Pairs British Champions at their first attempt at British International level. After taking the Bronze medal last year Sophie Bevan, Katie Jenkins and Mari Davies improved on their past achievements by taking home the silver in the large International Women’s groups category with 2 great performances. Lauren Daniel and Bronwen Maine kept up their consistency of excellent performances by making the British Finals for a third time in a row. Emily Gazzi, Lowri Evans and Rhiannon Maine came agonisingly close to the Bronze medal missing out by just 0.25, which is really encouraging for this new partnership.
Another new partnership Lia Richards and Jessica Morris performed a beautiful Balance routine and will be ones to watch for the near future.
Well done to all Gymnasts and coaches!!