The 15-year-old collected the Under 16 all around title at the Echo Arena, in Liverpool, last Friday. Jarmans score of 76.4 was enough to earn top spot and he also captured four apparatus medals. He struck gold on the parallel bars, claimed silver on the rings and horizontal bar, and earned bronze on the floor. Ben Howells, the elite mens coach at Huntingdon, said: This was a fantastic performance from Jake, who competed with a skill level way ahead of his years. He has worked incredibly hard for the result and it highlights that he is a potential hope for major events in years to come. The next step for Jake now is to focus on gaining selection for Great Britain. Jarman is likely to be included in the international squad for a four-way match in Ipswich next month ahead of the European Youth Olympic Festival, which is being staged in Hungary in July. Jarman was not the only Huntingdon ace in action at the British Championships. Harry ODriscoll took 14th spot in the Under 18 section while Beni Eyre was 10th in the senior mens category. Lottie Smith worked well over four pieces of apparatus to finish 25th at senior womens level.