Gymnasts from Wisbech hailed for scooping 14 medals in competition

PUBLISHED: 16:53 09 October 2018

Titans Gymnast Club hailed for their success at competition. Picture: Submitted

Titans Gymnast Club hailed for their success at competition. Picture: Submitted


Amazing routines were shown by talented gymnasts from Wisbech as they scooped 14 medals in a major competition.

Last weekend the Titans Gymnastics Club took 14 competitors for their second artistic gymnastics competition of the year at Eagles GC in King’s Lynn.

Children showed off their amazing talents and wowed the spectators with their amazing routines, on floor, vault, A-Bars, and balance beam. Titans came away with 14 medals over the day with five gold, five silver four bronze.

For some children this will have been their first competition.

“The children all did amazing work over the whole day and parents and coaches couldn’t be prouder,” said the club.

Sofia Purdey and Aimee pulled out some of the most outstanding work of the day, and gained the title, first second and third in their age groups.


Chloe, Armante, Scarlett, Molly, Karolina, Krystle, Urte, Deimante, Evie, Nika, Sofia, Aimee, Purdey, Caitan.

Titans Gymnastics Club is based at Thomas Clarkson Academy, offering Gymnastics and cheerleading classes.

All abilities welcome.

For further information, please text Cindy on 07787343064 or email

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