Putting a bounce in the stride of students at the British Universities & College Sports Trampoline Championships
Athletes converge on University of Cambridge Sports Centre
Action from the BUCS National Trampoline Championships at the University Sports Centre and Gym, University of Cambridge, Philippa Fawcett Dr, Cambridge . Picture: Keith Heppell
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Trampolinists from across the country converged on the University of Cambridge Sports Centre at the weekend to take part in the British Universities & College Sports championships.
There were 14 individual categories and three synchronised events across the two-day event.
Bournemouth’s Edward Weedon was the winner of the BUCS elite men’s category with 51.360 points, while Birmingham’s Genevieve Anghilleri was the winner of the elite women’s category with 49.225 points.
The BUCS Synchronised 1 event was won by Birmingham’s Luke Hagerty and Angus Stone with 80.375, the 2 event was taken by Exeter’s Jennifer Bunsell and Millie Chatfield with 73.925 and Gloucestershire’s Susie Knight and Hannah Oxenham were first in the 3 category with 73.525.
Sean Jones was Cambridge’s top performer, finishing second in the BUCS 5 men’s event with 26.100.
Olympic silver medallist Bryony Page was the special guest and presented the trophies.