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Byline: LESLEY BROWNE CONGRATULATIONS to the City of Birmingham Rhythmic Gymnastics Squad, who produced outstanding performances and came out top at the recent West Midlands Championship; Zone Championships (West Midlands, East Midlands and East region) and National Development Plan Championships.
Jones, from Torfaen, was rhythmic gymnastics poster girl for London 2012, whereby a sculpture was dedicated to her at Heathrow Terminal 5.
GREAT Britain's rhythmic gymnastics group bowed out of London 2012 as Russia once again impressed in the all-around event to qualify top for tomorrow's final.
In rhythmic gymnastics competitors manipulate one or two pieces of apparatus, including rope, clubs, hoop, ball and ribbons.
However, the Great Britain rhythmic gymnastics team will be going to the London Olympics after managing to get a ruling that they would not represent their home nation overturned - and the people who didn't want them going to the event were British Gymnastics.
GREAT Britain captain Rachel Smith vowed her rhythmic gymnastics team will prove they deserve a place at the London Olympics after winning an appeal against their own governing body.
Events include archery, athletics, basketball, diving, fencing, football, gymnastics, judo, rhythmic gymnastics, swimming, table tennis, taekwondo, tennis and water polo.
They headed to Bath to train with Rachel and her fellow team-mates Louisa Pouli and Frankie Fox in a rhythmic gymnastics session.