British Gymnastics

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    The TeamGym European Championships were a success for the British team, with five final appearances and a huge amount of experience gained against the best countries in Europe.

    The senior mixed team, having qualified in fifth place, equalled their performance from qualifying to finish in fifth in the final. Consistent scores across the board on floor (17.450), tumble track (17.100) and trampet (16.700) combined for a score of 51.250.

    The senior men’s team also came in fifth place with a total score of 51.150, bettering their score from qualifying with 17.450 on floor, 16.700 on the tumble track and 17.000 on trampet.

    All three junior teams qualified for finals and all impressed. The junior mixed team narrowly missed out a medal, finishing in fifth place,

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    The finals of the Youth Olympic Games in Buenos Aires, Argentina saw plenty of success for our British gymnasts. Artistic gymnast Amelie Morgan impressed to win two silver and one bronze medal, and trampoline gymnast Andrew Stamp claimed a stunning silver medal in his final.

    There were also encouraging performances throughout the Games from artistic gymnast Adam Tobin who qualified for and competed in five finals, trampoline gymnast Jess Clarke who finished 6th in her final and our acrobatic pair of Clyde Gembickas and Sophie Imrie-Gale who also made finals.

    Read below for a day-by-day guide to the finals.

    Finals day five (October 15th 2018)
    The fifth day of finals belonged to Amelie Morgan who won her second and third medals of the

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    The 12th TeamGym European Championship takes place in Odivelas (POR) this week with a strong British line-up ready to impress. This year’s event will gather a record-breaking 51 teams representing 16 federations with Great Britain represented in all of the categories.

    Senior mixed team - Lewis Clothier, Christopher Cranfield, Jenson Hazel, Nicole Hazell, James Langley, Katie Iles, Sarah Long, Rochelle Oxley, Jess Ross, Connor Wharram, Hamish Colgan *, Anne-Marie Cobb *

    Junior mixed team - William Calder, Ella Cummins, Caitlin Curlewis, Jordan Dewar, Sharni Jones, Destiny Lewis, Fraser McLeod, Louiwe Regan, James Webb, Belle Wilkinson, Jack Gibson *, Amelia Daley *

    Senior women’s team - Samantha Benn, Hannah Bullock, Megan Coates, Tia Collins, Abbie Dawson, Sanna

  4. UK Sport Chair, Dame Katherine Grainger visited British Gymnastics today to find out more about our world class programme and latest athlete-focused initiatives. The visit comes as part of Dame Katherine’s pledge to visit every Summer and Winter Olympic and Paralympic sport following her appointment as UK Sport Chair in April 2017.

    Dame Katherine's day consisted of meeting key Executives and Directors including CEO Jane Allen, Executive Director of Sport Martin Reddin, and Performance Director, James Thomas. This was followed by a tour of the athlete training facilities, meeting artistic and trampoline gymnasts making their final preparations ahead of their respective World Championships. Athlete Ambassadors, Kristian Thomas and Hannah England also joined Dame Katherine and the athletes for lunch.

    Kristian Thomas said "It was fantastic to meet with Katherine and discuss how my role as Athlete Ambassador contributes to the British Gymnastics high

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    It is a rare 4 year funded scholarship (stipend and UK/EU fees) that is embedded at Lilleshall with British Gymnastics.


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