Competition Results

Regional Qualifier 1 – Harlow

29 October 2023

Katarina, Scarlett, Jenson, Elise

The 2024 season opened on 29 October with the first British Gymnastics Regional Qualifier taking place in Harlow.

Five of our gymnasts entered and came away with one gold and one bronze medal.  Jenson, competing for the first time, won gold in the Club 3 Men’s 13-14 category with a total score of 47.40.

Scarlett claimed the bronze medal in the Regional 1 Women’s 13-17 category with a total score of 74.97 in a field of 33 competitors.

Competing in the Regional 3 Women’s 15+ category, which had 29 competitors, Elise came 6th with a total score of 80.02, in her first competition at this level.  Her team mate, Katarina was just behind her in 8th with a score of 79.24.

Competing at Club Level 3 for the first time in the 11-12 Women’s category, Robyn scored a total of 49.10 which put her in 11th place.

Full results are available by clicking this link Harlow Results.

Regional Qualifier 2 – Colchester

11 February 2024

Back Row: Layla, Lilly, Robyn, Kristina, Millie

Front Row: Katarina, Scarlett, Jenson, Alice, Elise

The second British Gymnastics Regional Qualifier took place in Colchester on 11 February, a home competition for our gymnasts 10 of whom entered.

Our team came away with 3 individual medals and 1 team medal. Competing in their first ever competition, Layla and Lilly won the Silver and Bronze medals respectively in the Club Level  1 Women’s 9 – 10 category with total scores of 49.80 and 49.10.

Millie and Kristina joined team mate Robyn to make their competition debut in the Club Level 3 Women’s 11 – 12 category. Millie achieved a score of 49.40 which was enough for 4th place and just behind her Robyn with 49.10 in 6th place. Kristina’s 1st routine didn’t go according to plan, but she overcame this to produce an outstanding 2nd routine giving her an overall score of 42.55 and 11th place. The team’s accumulated score was enough for them to win Team Gold.

Jenson moved up to the Regional Level 1 Men’s 13-17 category for this competition. He achieved the 2nd highest Time of Flight, combined with good execution scores his overall score of 68.83 was enough to win the Bronze medal.

Alice and Elise also moved up a level this time to compete in the Regional Level 4.  Alice achieved a score of 81.53 for 5th place in the Women’s 17+ age group, while Elise scored 49.70 and 4th place in the Women’s 15-16 age group.

Katarina and Scarlett both faced enormous competition in flights of more than 30. Katarina, competing in the Regional Level 3 Women’s 15+ category, jumped incredibly high, beating her previous Personal Best for Time of Flight, achieved an overall score of 81.48 and 7th place in a field of 32.

In the Regional Level 1 Women’s 13-17 category Scarlett attracted outstanding execution scores for her 1st routine, earning an overall score of 76.57 and 6th place in a field of 35.

Full results are available by clicking this link Colchester Results.

National League Qualifier 1 – Birmingham

23 – 24 March 2024

Left to right: Elise, Alice, Joella, Katarina


The first National League qualifier took place over the weekend of 23 and 24 March and four gymnasts from our Elite Squad competed.

Elise was first up with an early start on Saturday morning in the League 3 Female 16+ category. She executed two excellent routines, achieving an overall score of 81.89 and securing 3rd place and 60 league points, along with a place in the zero final. Elise performed a tidy routine in the final, receiving a score of 43.42 and 4th place, missing out on the bronze by less than half a point.

Joella and Katarina were next up, competing in the League 3 Female 17-18 category. This was a huge category of 59 competitors spanning 4 flights!  Katarina took to the trampoline first, jumping confidently and high, despite a slight wobble in her voluntary routine she achieved a score of 82.28 which earned her 40 league points. Her 5th place giving her the opportunity to jump again later in the day in the zero final.

Joella followed shortly afterwards. She narrowly avoided landing on the springs in her first routine, but maintained her poise to perform and very tidy voluntary routine, attracting an excellent HD score. She achieved an overall score of 76.71 and 36th place,  just missing out on league points.

After a lengthy break, Katarina was recalled to the trampoline for her zero final. She jumped 2nd out of 8, digging deep she pulled out an outstanding routine, earning her a PB score of 44.23, which, after nervous wait, was enough for the bronze medal.

Alice, moving up to the League 2 for this season had to wait until Sunday for her competition. The League 2 Female 19+ is a highly competitive category of 39 gymnasts. Alice performed her two new routines with her usual neatness, attracting an overall score of 82.55 which put her in 7th place, earning 32 league points and a place in the zero final. An uncharacteristic off balance take off saw her land on the mid mat on move 5, ending her routine early. She finally ended up in 7th place.

Full results are available at Trampoline League Qualifier 1 – Results

Regional Final – Cambridge

14 April 2024

Back Row: Robyn, Millie, Lilly, Layla

Front Row: Elise, Alice, Scarlett, Hollie, Katarina


On Sunday 14 th April, ten Hi-Tension Trampoline Club gymnasts competed at the British
Gymnastics Club and Regional Challenge Cup Finals at the University of Cambridge Sports
Centre. All had earned the right to compete based on their performance at the two qualifying
events in October 2023 and February 2024. They came away with one gold, one silver and
two bronze medals.
Jenson Silk won gold in the Club 3 Men’s 13-14 category with a total score of 49.75. In the
Regional 1 Women’s 13-17 category, Hollie Cochrane won the silver medal with a total score
of 78.43 and booked her place for the Inter-Regional Challenge Cup Final, which is taking
place at the Utilita Arena in Birmingham on 6 th and 7 th July. This is a prestigious national
event at which the top two gymnasts from each regional level and category compete against
fellow competitors from all ten regions of the United Kingdom. In addition to individual
medals, scores achieved by the top 8 gymnasts count towards a team trophy in each discipline
(Trampoline, Double-Mini Trampoline and Tumbling). Also in the Regional 1 Women’s 13-
17 category, Scarlett Beck claimed the bronze medal with a total score of 78.25 in a field of
25 competitors. Scarlett is first reserve for the IRCCF event. Competing in the Regional 4
Women’s 17+ category, Alice Chatters also won the bronze medal with a total score of 80.81
and is also first reserve for the IRCCF.
This competition also included an Open synchronised trampoline competition. This event
involves two gymnasts competing the same exercise at the same time on trampolines that are
side-by-side and aiming to stay as synchronised as possible. A synchronisation score is added
to the standard execution and horizontal displacement scores. Alice Chatters and Katarina
Jones competed in the 15+ category and their score of 54.73 put them in 14 th place. This was
a practice run before they compete on the national stage at the Trampoline and DMT League
event in Cardiff in early June.
Other results:
Club 3 Women 11-12: Robyn Jenkins, 5 th , 50.20; Millie Ford, 6 th , 50.00
Club 1 Women 9-10: Lilly Pewter, 5 th 49.30; Layla Bird, 9 th , 49.05
Regional 3 Women 15+: Elise Mills-Smith, 31 st , 50.67; Katarina Jones, 32 nd , 47.46