Hard work is rewarded

Rebecca Broda British Trampoline GMPD Champion'At the weekend over 800 gymnasts took part in the British Trampoline Finals at the NIA Birmingham. The five categories taking place over the 3 day event were Trampolining, Synchro, Double Mini Tramp (DMT) Gymnastic Movement for People with a Disability (GMPD) and Tumbling.'19 Year old Rebecca Broda of Fenland Flyers Trampoline Club was first to compete in her category, she held her nerve to complete a brilliant routine and the judges awarding her some very high form marks. Rebecca then had to watch nervously as the other seven finalists competed their routines to see if she had done enough to take the British title. 'Head coach and mum Adele Broda, said Rebecca has worked very hard since last year's National Finals and we are all extremely proud of her achievement. 'Fenland Flyers is now based at Thomas Clarkson Community College. The club offers trampoline courses for children of all age and ability for further information please contact Adele on 07850 831825 or

Rebecca Broda British Trampoline GMPD Champion'At the weekend over 800 gymnasts took part in the British Trampoline Finals at the NIA Birmingham. The five categories taking place over the 3 day event were Trampolining, Synchro, Double Mini Tramp (DMT) Gymnastic Movement for People with a Disability (GMPD) and Tumbling.'19 Year old Rebecca Broda of Fenland Flyers Trampoline Club was first to compete in her category, she held her nerve to complete a brilliant routine and the judges awarding her some very high form marks. Rebecca then had to watch nervously as the other seven finalists competed their routines to see if she had done enough to take the British title. 'Head coach and mum Adele Broda, said Rebecca has worked very hard since last year's National Finals and we are all extremely proud of her achievement. 'Fenland Flyers is now based at Thomas Clarkson Community College. The club offers trampoline courses for children of all age and ability for further information please contact Adele on 07850 831825 or

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Rebecca Broda (pictured) of Fenland Flyers Trampoline Club, was crowned the Gymnastic Movement for People with a Disability (GMPD) champion at the British Trampoline Finals in Birmingham.

The 19-year-old was the first to compete in her category and held her nerve to complete a brilliant routine and the judges awarded her some very high form marks.

She then had to watch nervously as the other seven finalists completed their routines to see if she had done enough to take the British title.

Head coach and mum Adele Broda said: “Rebecca has worked very hard since last year’s national finals and we are all extremely proud of her achievement.”