|Arabian staff, coaches & volunteers are all geared up for the European Competition which they are to host this Sunday in Spalding.
With 265 gymnasts taking part representing 14 clubs, 8 Counties and 4 regions of England, it is to be one of the biggest gymnastic competitions ever seen in one day in Lincolnshire.
This event along with the National Roses is one of the biggest competitions in Great Britain where many Women Artistic gymasts do battle in the space of just hours.
Milano Leotards will be freshly on show after returning from Germany where they have recently been offering some of the best and most up todate leotards.
Tracks 2000 will be there also for coaches and clubs to see their latest equipment.
DE photo's will also be on site to capture the moments as it happens.
" Its always a nervous time, have we got everything ready, even when we have, we triple check it as we wonder how and why we seem to be ready!
With so many gymnasts we are always worried until we actually reach the last round of the day...then we can see the home straight.
We have been running these large events now for over 10 years, so we have a huge amount of experience, nevertheless we try to improve each time we do them, there is always room for improvement. Now we have a different venue .....so excitment for many as they travel to another place to try their best efforts.
Its nice to be involved in a competition where its full of positivity, where clubs really want to be involved where gymnasts get two things to take away plus the opportunity of medals as well. Where we have a proffessional MC and DJ to ensure it sounds as well as looks proffesional.
A huge amount of work is being done by the Arabian staff and of course the venues home club Spalding Gc who will be busy setting up the venue with Arabian on Saturday evening. Thanks to Alec who is always ready to pitch in and make things work.
We have many judges on the day, a huge thank you to each and everyone of them....
Turn up, support the event as best you can as you watch your child take part. many thanks from Alan & Donna."