BRISTOL, Great Britain, February 4, 2020 – Six U.S. groups and pairs won senior and junior medals at the King Edmund Acro Cup in Bristol, Great Britain, Feb. 1-2, 2020.

In the senior division, Emily Davis and Aubrey Rosilier of Acrobatic Gymnastics of San Antonio (San Antonio, Texas) won gold for the women’s pair all-around (28.140/combined; 81.180/all-around). The senior women’s pair also received both the high-score award and the award for the highest artistry score.

In the 12-18 age group division, Ariana Katsov and Mo Arthur of Mid America Acro Tumbling (Owensville, Mo.) claimed the women’s pair gold with their total of 78.570. Polina Bakman, Aubrey Nguyen and Remi Nguyen of WOGA Gymnastics (Plano, Texas) brought home the women’s group gold via an all-around total of 81.350. Mari Tutberidze, Riley Freed and Jessica Kicza of Emilias Acro Gymnastics and Cheer (Laurel, Md.) captured the women’s group silver medal (77.930/all-around). Eshiana Coleman and Jaylen Ivey of Aerial Tumbling and AcroGymnastics (San Jose, Calif.) took home gold for the mixed pair (78.950/all-around). In addition, Bakman, Nguyen and Nguyen received the high score award for the 12-18 age group.

In the 11-16 age group, Gianna Calo, Grace Wright and Sarah Wilson of 1st Class Gymnastics (Annapolis, Md.) won silver in the women’s group final (78.400). Women’s pair Sidney Snyder and Anabelle Lopez-Torres of 1st Class Gymnastics placed fifth with a 78.900.