Trampoline European Championships: Bryony Page and Kirsty Way win gold on final day

Bryony Page
Page won silver at the 2016 Rio Olympics and bronze in Tokyo last year

Bryony Page and Kirsty Way won gold on a medal-packed final day for Great Britain at the Trampoline European Championships in Rimini, Italy.

Page’s success in the individual final means the double Olympic medallist is now European and world champion.

It is Page’s second gold of the Championships, having won the synchronised trampoline with Izzy Songhurst on Saturday.

Way won gold in the women’s individual double-mini trampoline (DMT).

“It feels amazing. I’ve dreamt about this for a while,” said Page.

There was also a silver for world champion Megan Kealy and bronze for Megan Surman in the women’s individual tumbling final, while Lewis Gosling earned silver in the men’s individual DMT final.

Wray said: “I can’t believe it. I’ve been European champion before, but I wasn’t coming into this competition expecting to do it again. I had no expectations.

“I wanted to come here and have fun and I’ve come away with a gold medal and I don’t believe it.”

GB also won four medals on Friday, including two golds.

Kirsty Way
Kirsty Way scored 27.200 to win the individual DMT

Sourced from BBC Sports

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