Joshua Nathan Gymnast Profile

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Joshua Nathan

Men's Artistic Gymnast
  • Born: 1999-09-25 (Age 21)
  • Birthplace: Nottingham
  • Lives: Nottingham
  • Club: City of Birmingham
  • Coach: Lee Woolls
  • Career Highlights: 2015 British Championships under 16 floor, pommel horse and high bar champion, 2021 European Championships all-around 12th

Profile

Joshua won medals on each apparatus at various age group British Championships, and in 2018, in his first year as a senior, he competed well to finish 7th all-around amongst a high-quality British field. In 2021 he was selected for his first senior major championship and performed well to make the pommel horse and all-around finals. He finished 7th in the pommel horse final and 12th in the all-around final.

Achievements
News
  • 2021 European Championships all-around 12th, pommel horse 7th
  • 2018 British Championships all-around 7th
  • 2017 British Championships under 18 floor and high bar silver, all-around, pommel horse, rings and parallel bars bronze, Masters high bar silver
  • 2016 British Championships under 18 floor, parallel bars and high bar bronze
  • 2015 British Championships under 16 floor, pommel horse and high bar champion, all-around and rings silver, parallel bars bronze
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