SHE might not have finished with a medal, but 15-year-old rhythmic gymnast Hannah Martin certainly did herself and Sussex proud.

The youngster, from Hove, competed in the all-around final of the Commonwealth Games in her discipline, finishing seventh.

Hannah, making her debut in the international competition on Australia’s Gold Coast, majestically soared through the rounds in the last week and a half.

She had previously spoken out about feeling “a little overwhelmed” about competing in the Games, but you would not have known it from watching her.

The schoolgirl, who trains at the iStar Academy in Shoreham, showed nerves of steel to progress through the competition, and looks to have all the makings of a star in the future.

Hannah came one spot behind Welsh gymnast Laura Halford, finishing 1.300 points off her fellow Briton.

Hannah impressed with her hoop performance, and managed to take fifth place in the ball final.

She was also part of the Team England side that finished sixth.

Throughout the competition, the teenager pulled out moves which looked simply impossible to the average spectator.

“I really enjoyed it out there,” Hannah told said of her experience in Australia.

She described her experience as a “rollercoaster” and said she gets excited by people who do not even know her cheering her on.

Hannah’s mother and grandmother were supporting her during her time in the Australian sunshine.