We are excited to annouce we will partner with the Mental Health Foundation for 2019. Westmeria and Gymnova still remain as our valued partners.
For 2019 our event will be known as 'The Mental Health Foundation Men's London Open' please read further details about this exciting partnership here.
The 109th Men's London Open is taking the same format as last year, The Mental Health Foundation Men's London Open Championships Series will run over just the one weekend returning to the Jean Brown Arena at Redbridge Leisure Centre, Forest Road, Barkingside Essex IG6 3HD.
Friday 30th August 2019
All day Ticket - Club Development Grades Levels 1-6 (In Age) & Level 1 Under 8
Saturday 31st August 2019
AM Ticket - Whitlock Cup Under 14
PM Ticket - Westminster Over 18
Sunday 1st September 2019
AM Ticket - Peter Moore Cup Under 18
Midday Ticket - The Brewer Competition Under 12
PM Ticket - Trevor Low Challenge Under 16
Find more information on the Event Page.
Tickets are on sale NOW!
View the Entry Booklet HERE.
Judges Draw - Friday
Judges Draw - Saturday & Sunday
Gymnast & Parent Info
Supplementary Links for this page
London Open Hall of Fame
The London Men’s Open has a tradition of being one of the premier Men’s Artistic competitions in the UK and beyond. Pictured right - International Medalists at the 2014 Men's London Open.
Ben Murphy of the London Gymnastics Major Event Team, comments: “For over 105 years, the Men’s London Open has been a main stay in the National calendar. For nearly 10 years now we have run the London Development competition alongside the London Open to cater for our club gymnasts."
The London Men's Open has been in existence since the early 1900's. The cup presented by the Duke of Westminster still remains today as one of the oldest cups to be challenged for in Great Britain.
As a Men's Artistic competition only, the Open has for most of its time been a major competition not only within London - but also within British Gymnastics event calendar. The competition attracts individual gymnasts from clubs across the Country competing in three age groups (Under 14, Under 18 and Senior).
Often used as a control trial for gymnasts to be part of Great Britain's European and World teams - we really do not only attract the best elite male gymnasts in Great Britain, but also gymnasts from overseas.