Welsh gymnast Molly Brown was part of the Great Britain junior group who bagged a brilliant bronze medal at the 2021 Aerobic European Championships in Pesaro, Italy last weekend.
Molly, 17, who is based in Weston-super-Mare, is a two-time former Welsh Non-Olympic Gymnast of the Year award winner.
The five-strong junior group, which also included Lola Lawrence, Freya Grafton, Katie Ferris and Emily Blackhurst, had earlier qualified for the final in fifth place, with a score of 18.950 to advance to the final.
And it was there they went on to execute their final routine to a high standard, improving their score by .500 from qualifying to win bronze and a place on the podium.
Russia (19.850) took the title from Romania with a tiebreaker.
It was Britain’s second medal of the competition after Lola Lawrence’s fantastic silver medal in the junior individual women’s competition.
Molly was also part of a British junior trio alongside Freya and Katie, finishing 16th, with the other British trio of Daisy-May Stevens, Zoe Wilshire and Eesha Antil in 14th place.