Jessica and Jennifer Gadirova gathered their GCSE results today (August 12) at Aylesbury Vale Academy in Buckinghamshire.
The gymnasts opened their envelopes while wearing coordinating with Team GB shirts and bronze decorations from Tokyo 2020.
The twins, who have connections to Coventry, addressed Good Morning Britain earlier today and said all the two of them needed was to pass, before they praised their school for assisting them with reading while at the same time preparing for the Olympics.
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Jennifer said: “I got a Level 2 qualification star in business, and we both got a Level 2 differentiation star in wellbeing and wellness, so we’re exceptionally satisfied.”
Olympic award winning twins Jessica (left) and Jennifer Gadirova praise their GCSE results at Aylesbury Vale Academy in Buckinghamshire. Picture date: Thursday August 12, 2021.
“We don’t know what our arrangements are [for celebrations] but rather I’m certain there’ll be one,” Jessica added.
“It was very troublesome in light of the fact that we attempted to fit preparing in however much as could reasonably be expected and attempted to get those additional hours and yet we required opportunity to read for our GCSEs.
“In any case, with the school’s assistance and everybody’s assistance, we figured out how to shuffle it very well.”While gathering their outcomes, they additionally lauded US gymnastic specialist, Simone Biles, for pulling out from a few occasions at the current year’s Olympics, to secure her psychological wellness.
Jennifer, 16, said: “I’m happy she made the stride back and pulled out from the opposition to ensure herself.”
Jessica added: “I likewise think her doing this will motivate the future and if a little youngster growing up has an issue, they realize that greater and more prominent individuals have additionally had issues, so they are in good company.”
The twins are intending to remain at the state school to examine game and the board.
However they additionally need to continue with their acrobatic preparing – and get ready for Paris 2024 and the World Championships.
Jessica told the BBC: “We are exceptionally cheerful and satisfied – we both got the pass and are extremely excited.
“It was extremely challenging, and it would not have been conceivable without the help from our educators and mentors. In case there were days that we needed to miss school on account of preparing, they would give us the assets and help to get up to speed.”
Jennifer told the BBC: “We did every one of the finals and every one of the contests with one another which was a particularly astonishing encounter, on the grounds that not every person has their kin or somebody that they are near with them constantly.
“She is my dearest companion, we are consistently with one another, so it just felt so decent – now and again it’s hard clarifying the experience however when they are there with you it’s dazzling.”
The twins lived in Humber Avenue, Coventry somewhere in the range of 2008 and 2013.