British Gymnastics

    In less than a week’s time, at Birmingham Town Hall, some of the most inspirational people within our gymnastics community will be recognised and celebrated at our National Awards.

    The volunteer and young volunteer awards are two that will be presented on the evening. Without the incredible amount of hours volunteers give to our sport, it simply wouldn’t be the same, and we are delighted to give you the run down on each of our final nominees.

    The National Volunteer Award recognises a volunteer whose contribution to their club or region is seen as invaluable, and their efforts are instrumental in the work behind the scenes. Their role is seen as vital and without them the club or region would not be the same. Meet the

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    Dan Purvis and Kat Driscoll have been accepted on to the UK Sport 'Athlete to Coach' Programme. 2012 bronze medal winner Dan and double Olympian Kat, who are both current members of our Great Britain senior squads, have already begun their journey on the programme which supports their ambitions towards being future world class coaches.

    Their enrolment was fully supported by British Gymnastics as it forms a key part of our long-term plan recognising a commitment to support high-performance athletes preparing for life after competitive sport and also developing the next generation of coaches.

    Performance Coach Developer Bobby Crutchley was part of the British Gymnastics performance team that supported Dan and Kat's successful applications, he said: “We are delighted that Dan and Kat have

  3. Today marks 100 days to go until the 2019 Gymnastics World Cup, which heads to Birmingham for a second year in a row. Having qualified two places for the men's competition, we've announced three contenders in the running to fill those two places next March.

    Olympic bronze medallist Nile Wilson is one of the contenders. We caught up with Nile to get his thoughts on why he loves gymnastics and what it's like competing in front of a home crowd.

    Fellow Olympian Brinn Bevan, and European and World Championship gymnast Joe Fraser, were also announced as contenders, with the final two set to be announced in the New Year.

    Be there to see them live. Get your tickets.