Orla Willis, 14, from Faringdon, has become the 2024 British Champion in Artistic Skating.

Competing for Marlborough-based Moonrakers Roller Skating Club, spectacular programmes saw her score a personal best and beat her nearest competitor by 10 points at the GB Skate Artistic National Championships.

The British Championships, held in Great Yarmouth, Norfolk, are the sport's main event in the annual calendar.

Ms Willis's win has led to her selection to represent Great Britain at the European Championships in July.

Her exceptional performances saw her crowned the 2024 Champion in the Cadet Ladies Solo Dance category.

Fellow Moonraker, Addie Howell, also shone by securing a bronze medal in the Youth Ladies category.

Club skaters Grace Thresher, Isabella Handel, Lily Leighfield and Chantal Reynolds struck personal bests amidst several top-10 finishes.

The Moonrakers meet weekly at different venues across Marlborough, Ludgershall, Faringdon, and Andover.

The club hosts public sessions open at the Marlborough Leisure Centre every Saturday from 2-3pm.

Ms Willis' victory is a testament to the team's outstanding performance, securing a significant achievement for all Moonrakers.

The club, a non-profit community sports team run by volunteers, was established in 1995 in Marlborough and is led by coaches Jeremy Reynolds, Tia Shortall, and Chantal Reynolds.