David Eaton

David Eaton

DAVID EATON by himself Playing football at the local park was one of my favourite things to do, however, the only toilet around happened to be at a building tucked to the side, it happened to by Hinckley Gymnastics Club. I noticed a school friend in a class one day...
Craig Heap

Craig Heap

CRAIG HEAP by himself What inspired you? My sister was into gymnastics and I remember being dragged along to watch her and thought it would be cool to do some flips. Who was your first coach? Burnley Gymnastics Club was run by Mick Redmond and the boys coach was...
Lee McDermott

Lee McDermott

LEE McDERMOTT In his own words Born in Peckham in SE London in 1974. I started gymnastics at the age of 10 and trained at Ladywell, Lewisham for 3 years with Gisela Harrison. I then moved to Sutton School of Gymnastics until I was 18, then moved to Lilleshall. I had a...
Marvin Campbell

Marvin Campbell

MARVIN CAMPBELL In his own words I started gymnastics at the age of 7 with Colin Leigh’s gymnastics club Central Manchester Institute of Gymnastics (then called North Manchester Gymnastics Club) located at the Moston Brook High School in Moston. I was referred from my...
Paul Bowler

Paul Bowler

PAUL BOWLER by himself My coach was Colin Leigh. He ran the North Manchester Gym Club which was based at Moston Brook High School. Marvin Campbell also trained there. Later we moved to a converted swimming pool that was built in 1899! The club’s name then changed to...