Trampolinists celebrate

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Bronwyn Dibb, aged 22, with her bronze medal in Russia.
Bronwyn Dibb, aged 22, with her bronze medal in Russia.
Rangiora's ICE Trampoline Sports Club is celebrating a big result for its members at the FIG (Federation Internationale de Gymnastique) World Cup in Russia last weekend.

Bronwyn Dibb, aged 22, from Rangiora, won a bronze medal in the women's double mini trampoline contest, while the two other club members included in the Kiwi team, Jordan Twigge, 24, from Christchurch, and Campbell Robertson, 25, from Rangiora, also performed well.

Jordan was fourth and Campbell sixth in the men's double mini trampoline contest. ''It was an exceptional result for the club and the athletes,'' said club committee member Basil Buwalda.

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