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Amy Tinkler

Women's Artistic Gymnast
  • Born: 1999-10-27 (Age 17)
  • Birthplace: Durham
  • Lives: Bishop Auckland
  • Club: South Essex
  • Career Highlights: 2014 Junior European floor and team silver medallist, 2015 British all-around and floor champion, 2015 World Championships team bronze, 2016 Olympic Games individual floor bronze


Amy Tinkler is a first year senior gymnast. She is the 2015 senior English and British all-around champion. Amy is particularly impressive on the floor where she won silver at the 2014 Junior European Championships and gold at the 2015 British Championships. Although she excels on the floor she is a strong all-around gymnast known for her power and cool head in competition. This was evident at the 2015 World Championships in Glasgow where she helped Team GB win team bronze. At the 2016 British Championships, Amy retained her floor title by claiming gold for the second year in a row. Named as the youngest member of Team GB for the 2016 Olympics in Rio, Amy produced a stunning floor routine to claim bronze, to become the first British gymnast to medal in the event. She joins Beth Tweddle as the only British female gymnast to win an individual medal at an Olympic Games.

  • 2016 Olympic Games team 5th, floor bronze
  • Named in the Team GB squad for the 2016 Rio Olympic Games
  • 2016 British Championships floor gold
  • 2016 English Championships all-around, beam and floor silver
  • 2016 American World Cup all-around 4th
  • 2015 World Championships team bronze
  • 2015 European Championships floor finalist
  • 2015 British Championships all-around and floor champion
  • 2015 English Championships all-around and beam champion, bars silver, floor bronze
  • 2014 Junior European Championships floor and team silver medallist, vault bronze
  • 2014 Junior British Championships all-around and floor champion, beam bronze and vault silver
  • 2014 Junior English Championships floor champion, all-around and vault bronze, beam silver
  • 2013 Australian Youth Olympic floor champion and team and vault silver
  • 2013 European Youth Olympics team silver

Major Championship Medals

Beam silver for Georgia-Mae Fenton
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