TRAMPOLINING: Calum and Chloe earn Regional Finals spots
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Rotations Trampoline Club enjoyed success at a regional qualifier last Sunday.
Calum Titmus, who competes in the open age disability category, and Chloe Harrison (Level 5 13-14) both gained second places at Cambridge University Sports Centre to advance to the Regional Finals in Birmingham this summer.
Chloe Noades will be a reserve for that June event after also finishing second in the Level 3 13+ category.
Thomas Rigby-Pickering was third in the open age disability bracket while Thomas Verdicchio finished fourth at Level 5 15+.
Lily Payne also represented the Huntingdon club and performed well in the Level 3 13+ section.
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James Bettie was a judge on behalf of Rotations while Katie Marson was an event marshal.
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