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Rhythmic gymnast Dinburgh Ai, a pupil at Bolton School Girls’ Division Junior School, has enjoyed a very successful two weeks, winning three medals (single apparatus and all-around) in the English Championships two weeks’ ago, and two gold medals (single apparatus) in the Scottish Championships last weekend. 

Dinburgh’s mum, Mrs Zhao, said: 'Gymnastics is a beautiful but painful sport. It takes hours and hours, years and years of hard work and practice. I feel very proud of her, not for her medals, but for when she came home from school "too tired" to go to her training but still went; for those moments when she felt it was too hard and wanted to quit but didn’t; for her discipline, focus and dedication. Of course, it is not only her achievement, it is also the achievement of her coach, the school, for everyone who supported her.'

You can watch Dinburgh in action at the English Championships at the below links:

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