A number of local gymnasts enjoyed success at the NDP British Championships in Nottingham.
Five members of Dundee Gymnastics Club 2K travelled to the championships which saw them tumbling down a 25-metre track giving a display of back flips, somersaults and other gravity-defying skills.
Earlier last month saw seven of the clubs tumble squad head to Birmingham to represent Scotland in the NDP British semi-finals.
Five of these gymnasts qualified, for of those returning with medals. Summer Geddes and Bethany Moss missing out on qualification but an amazing achievement to represent their country.
First up to compete was little Katie Robb at NDP level 3 age 9-10, who improved her runs from the semi-finals to bag herself a silver medal.
Next up was Lucy Stein who came a commendable 7th in NDP level 3 age 13+.
The following day saw Sandy Robb, brother of Katie achieving the gold at NDP level 5 age 10-12 and hot on his heels was another club tumbler winning silver at the same level.
Tegan Gaffney was last to compete at NDP level 5 age 15+. She didn’t disappoint bringing home a Bronze medal.
Paul Carson, tumbling coach at the club, said: “The gymnasts had to show their speed, power and control when performing their routines. “I am proud as punch of what the team has achieved – it’s really fantastic.”