The Glasgow World Cup is one of the most prestigious events in the gymnastics calendar and sees the world’s best male and female gymnasts in competition. Olympic, World and European medal winners compete in an action packed, non-stop event with the best gymnasts over all the pieces of gymnastics apparatus coming out on top.
The 2014 Glasgow World Cup take place on the Saturday 6th December from 1pm-5pm in the Emirates Arena, with the very best gymnasts competing for medals at the UK’s only round of the World Cup series.
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John Orozco, 20, USA 2013 World Championship parallel bars bronze
Oleg Verniaiev 21, Ukraine 2014 Parallel Bars World Champion
Yusuke Tanaka, 24, Japan 2014 World Championship all-around bronze & Olympic team silver
Sergio Sasaki Junior, 22, Brazil 10th all-around at the 2012 Olympic Games
Helge Liebrich, 26, Germany 2014 German team Worlds member
Yuya Kamoto, 20, Japan 2010 Youth Olympic All-around champion
Frank Baines, 19, Great Britain 2014 Commonwealth Games team silver for Scotland
James Hall, 19, Great Britain 2013 Australian Youth Olympic team and floor champion.
Larisa Andreea Iordache, 18, Romania 2014 World all-around silver medallist
Vanessa Ferarri, 24, Italy 2006 all-around World Champion and two time Olympian
Georgina Hockenhull, 17, Great Britain 2014 Commonwealth double bronze medallist Team Wales Elsabeth Black, 19, Canada 2012 Olympian and Commonwealth beam champion
Erika Fasana, 18, Italy 2012 Olympian
Mai Murakami, 18, Japan 2013 World Championships 4th on floor
Jessica Lopez, 28, Venezuela 2008 & 2012 Olympian
Pauline Schaefer, 17, Germany, member of the Germany team that placed 4th at 2014 European Championships