Twins, who gained bronze within the gymnastics on the Tokyo Olympics, celebrated one other success after receiving their GCSE outcomes on Thursday.
Jessica and Jennifer Gadirova, 16, obtained passes throughout the board – with Jessica awarded a BTEC degree two distinction star in enterprise, whereas each sisters had been awarded distinction stars within the NCFE Well being and Health award.
The pair had been a part of Team GB’s bronze medal winning gymnastic team who gained Nice Britain’s first Olympic gymnastics crew medal since 1928, alongside Alice Kinsella, 20, and Amelie Morgan, 18.
Each Jessica and Jennifer plan to stay at Aylesbury Vale Academy, the place they are going to examine sport and administration at sixth kind alongside getting ready for the subsequent Olympic Video games in Paris and the World Championships.
Jessica collected her outcomes on Thursday sporting her Crew GB T-shirt and bronze medal.
She stated: “We’re very pleased and happy – we each received the cross and are very thrilled.
“It was very troublesome and it might not have been potential with out the assist from our academics and coaches – if there have been days that we needed to miss faculty due to coaching, they’d give us the sources and assist to catch up.”
Jennifer hopes to compete on the European Championships for the primary time after he sister gained three medals on the match in April.
She wore an identical outfit on outcomes day and stated: “We did all of the finals and all of the competitions with one another which was such an incredible expertise as a result of not everybody has their sibling or somebody that they’re near with them on a regular basis.
“She is my greatest buddy, we’re all the time with one another, so it simply felt so good – typically it is laborious explaining the expertise however when they’re there with you it is beautiful.”
They did say that they’ve some competitiveness between them however do typically really feel as if they’re being in comparison with each other.
Jennifer stated: “Typically it does assist and typically it does not – there’s a time and a spot when to match and when to not examine us.”
“We all the time wish to be higher than one another however in coaching and in competitors we prefer to encourage ourselves and encourage and assist one another, as a result of when you’re having a down day, choosing one another up simply helps us shoot forwards,” Jessica added.
For the second 12 months in a row, exams had been cancelled for GCSEs as a result of COVID-19 and college students got outcomes by their academics and assessed solely on what they’ve been taught through the pandemic.
Results hit record highs once more this 12 months, with the proportion of UK pupils getting the highest grades – that is a 7 or increased, equal to a minimum of an A – is 28.9%, a rise of two.7% on final 12 months.