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5 November 2013

Dynamo’s Boys take Gold and Silver at National Finals

Dynamo School Of Gymnastics Men’s Squad have spent most of 2013 focusing on the National Grades Plan, with various competitions throughout September and October their final event was the National Grades Finals held in Birmingham in November.
Dynamo had 8 of its Men’s Squad representing the South of England in this event.
Over the weekend the gymnasts enjoyed being part of some outstanding results for the Region.
In the Level 1 competition, Owen Sims (31st) despite a set back on floor contributed strongly across the other apparatus, including a brilliant 9.950 on the Pommel Horse to help his team to 1st place.

In the Level 3 competition, Dynamo’s Keaton Spry performed with confidence and showed improvement in many areas that included a 9.300 on Vault – one of the highest scores of the competition on this apparatus.

Dynamo had a full team of representatives in the Level 4 age group with their Under 12 team consisting of James Leaver, Harry Hayes, Joseph Devine, Jack Helps and Louis Brunnen wearing the South Region colours. These gymnasts had previously excelled in the other competitions so there was pressure to try and produce a solid team result.

Poole Grammar School-boy, James Leaver produced another fine performance across all 7 apparatus to take the All around Silver, narrowly missing out on the title by just 0.1. As a result of finishing in the top 6 gymnasts, James also was awarded a place on the National Reward Squad who will get the chance to train at the Lilleshall National Sports Centre alongside Olympic medallists such as Louis Smith and Max Whitlock.
Harry Hayes continued to show his improvement with a strong 61.850. Joseph Devine, Jack Helps and Louis Brunnen also competed very well despite a few minor mistakes but collectively their performance was enough to put in a very strong team score which after two rounds of competition earnt them the Silver medal, a result they all really believed they could achieve.
The final day of competition saw Whiteley’s Lyle Harry compete in the Level 2 Elite Grade finals. The Elite grades are more difficult and challenging routines. Lyle competed brilliantly across all 8 apparatus to finish 13th in Great Britain with a score of 68.600.

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