Oxford's Leticia Marsh and Elliot Crook struck gold for Great Britain at the Copenhagen Ice Dance Cup in Denmark.

Marsh, 13, and Crook, 16, achieved personal bests in two of the three sections to score 54.10pts and take a clear lead into their free dance on the final day.

After recording the highest overall score achieved at this level by British couple in international competitions this season, they remain No 3 in the UK in advanced novice ice dance.

Last month, they won gold medals at both the Lee Valley and Bradford ice dance competitions.

Crook, who is studying for his A levels at King Alfred’s Academy, Wantage, alongside a national ice dance apprenticeship scheme, and Marsh, a Headington School pupil, train for more than 12 hours a week at Oxford Ice Rink with coach Mark Rickard.

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