Elizabeth Tweddle MBE Gymnast Profile

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Elizabeth Tweddle MBE

Women's Artistic Gymnast
  • Born: 1985-04-01 (Age 33)
  • Birthplace: Johannesburg (SA)
  • Lives: Liverpool
  • Club: Beth Tweddle Gymnastics Cheshire
  • Coach: Amanda Reddin
  • Career Highlights: 2012 London Olympic Games - bars bronze, multiple World and European Championships gold medal winner
  • Website: www.bethtweddle.com

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Beth is Britain’s greatest ever women's artistic gymnast, 2012 Olympic bronze medallist, three time World champion, six time European champion and seven time British champion. Beth has competed at the Olympic Games in Athens and Beijing and was given the MBE for services to gymnastics in 2010.

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  • 2012 Olympic Games bars bronze
  • Selected to Team GB for 2012 Olympic Games
  • 2012 British Championships bars gold
  • 2011 World Championships team 5th
  • 2011 European Championships bars gold
  • 2010 World Championships bars gold
  • 2010 European Championships floor and bars gold
  • 2009 European Championships floor and bars gold
  • 2009 World Championships floor gold
  • 2008 Beijing Olympic Games bars 4th
  • 2008 European Championships floor silver
  • 2007 World Championships all-around 11th, bars 4th, floor 7th
  • 2007 European Championships floor silver
  • 2006 World Cup Final bars gold, floor silver
  • 2006 World Championships bars champion, all-around 8th, floor 4th
  • 2006 European Championships bars champion
  • 2005 Commonwealth Games (Team England) team silver
  • 2005 World Championships all-around 4th, bars bronze
  • 2004 Olympic Games team member, Athens
  • 2003 World Championships bars bronze
  • 2002 Commonwealth Games bars gold, team silver, all-around silver
  • British Senior all-around champion 2001, 2002, 2003, 2004, 2005, 2006, 2007
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