A Wirral sporting champion has been awarded two gold medals for mini-trampolining adding them to her long list of achievements in the sport.

Megan Cummins, 15, is currently studying for her GCSEs at Birkenhead High School Academy but has managed to top the rankings across the UK in her sport - three times over.

Training at Propulsion in Birkenhead, Megan puts hours of training into trampolining is determined to go back to the World Championships once again and become the world number one in mini-trampolining.

At 13 she flew to Denmark to represent Great Britain in the 2015 World Age Group Championships and last year won national titles including English champion, British champion and women’s superleague national champion.

Now Megan is working towards the British Championships in September, which if she is successful, will see her return to the global stage at the World Age Championships.

Megan, from Birkenhead told the Globe: “I’m really looking forward to this event because it is the qualifier for the World Age Championships which takes place in Bulgaria in September this year.

“This is what I am aiming for.

“I have also been selected to go to Portugal in July to represent Great Britain and I’m so overwhelmed.

“This year my goal is to repeat my titles and stay on top. In the future my goal is to go on to senior’s which is a hard competition to get into then go to the world championships.”