British Gymnastics

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    As the UK slowly comes out of lockdown, the number of restrictions on gymnastics will lift as we move back to normality. Here are the key dates to be aware of and what you can expect when you return.

    Key dates to be aware of:


    - Monday 29th March – outdoor gymnastics sessions for all and indoor gymnastics for disabled people
    - Monday 12th April – indoor gymnastics for under 18s, coach led preschool gymnastics and parent and child groups and individual training for over 18s
    - Not before Monday 17th May – indoor gymnastics for groups of over 18s and free roam preschool gymnastics and parent

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    We’re delighted to announce the artistic gymnasts selected to represent Great Britain at the 2021 European Championships, set to take place in Basel, Switzerland, from 21st – 25th April. 

    The men’s line up will be led by Max Whitlock MBE (South Essex) who is looking to add a fifth European title to his growing list of accolades. He’s joined by 2019 parallel bars world champion Joe Fraser from City of Birmingham and two-time individual European medallist Courtney Tulloch from Pegasus. In the six-strong team will also be Giarnni Regini-Moran from Manchester Academy, Joshua Nathan from City of Birmingham and Jake Jarman from Huntingdon. 

    Selected in the women’s team are 2019 European beam champion Alice Kinsella from Park Wrekin and Amelie Morgan from The Academy alongside twin sisters Jessica Gadirova and Jennifer
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    Following the latest announcement from the Prime Minister, we’re delighted to communicate the roadmap for the return of gymnastics in England.

    We understand and appreciate how difficult this time continues to be for everyone involved in the sport, from club officials and coaches, to gymnasts of all ages, but we hope that this news brings some hope that a return to normality isn’t too far away.

    At this stage it is important to note that the guidance and dates announced could change depending on how successful the easing of restrictions are.

    Full guidance is expected to be published on the government website, and the Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport (DCMS) FAQs in the next week which will hopefully provide further clarity.

    Please find below our understanding of government’s four-step roadmap and how this

  4. UPDATED: Thursday 8th April - 11.10am England Only

    The government has confirmed that we'll move to Step 2 on 12th April and gymnastics clubs are able to reopen for certain activities. The below FAQs will apply from 12th April  (FAQ's from 29th March can be found here) and will be valid until Step 3 begins, which will be no earlier than 17th May. The government will give a week’s notice before each new step comes into force. 

    The FAQ’s have been updated based on the current guidance available from the ...