Britain’s finest artistic gymnasts will take on the world’s best at the 2016 Glasgow World Cup Emirates Arena taking place form 1-5pm on March 12th, with Max Whitlock, Daniel Purvis and Claudia Fragapane aiming to open their 2016 campaign in style.
There are plenty of ways in which you can keep up to date with the action
There’s still chance for you to get a ticket and watch the action in person, click here for ticket info.
Can’t be in the arena to watch the event? Don't worry you can watch live online or the full highlights on the BBC on Sunday.
Saturday 12th 13:00-17:30, LIVE Gymnastics - World Cup, BBC Online and Connected TV
Sunday 13th 16:30-18:00, Gymnastics - World Cup, BBC Two (18:30-20:00 BBC Two Scotland)
Event web page
Check out our 2016 Glasgow World Cup page for all live video, all the routine footage, latest news and live scoring from the World Cup.
Make sure to follow all the action on our Facebook Page 'British Gymnastics' for all the latest news and routine videos from the event and follow us on Twitter '@britgymnastics' for regular routine updates and our Instagram for behind the scenes photos.
And there’s more…
Alongside the World Cup there is also the 2016 Men’s U12 & U14 British Championships and Women’s National Senior Team Championships taking place in the same arena on Thursday 10th, Friday 11th and Sunday 13th March respectively. Follow our BG Score Facebook for all the latest scores and judge cam video.
Confirmed Glasgow World Cup line up
Team silver with Canada at the 2015 Pan American Games
Claudia Fragapane (Bristol Hawks)
2015 World bronze medallist with Team GB and 2014 four-time Commonwealth gold medallist
2012 Junior European Champion
2015 Japanese national champion and 9th all-around at the 2015 World Championships
2011 European all-around silver
2014 World Champion with team USA and vault bronze medallist
Maria Kharenkova - NB Due to an administrative circumstance outside of the U.K, the gymnast in question will sadly not be competing at this competition.
2014 World bronze medallist with team Russia and 2014 European beam champion
Vera Van Pol
2015 Dutch all-around champion
Arthur Nory Oyakawa Mariano
All-around 12th at the 2015 World Championships & team silver at the 2015 Pan American Games
Max Whitlock (South Essex)
2015 World pommel horse champion and 2012 Olympic double bronze medallist
Daniel Purvis (Southport)
2015 World team silver medallist and 2012 Olympic team bronze medallist
2015 World Universiade vault champion
2013 European all-around champion and 2015 silver medallist
2015 European Championships parallel bars silver
2016 Winter Cup all-around & high bar silver medalist
2015 World University Games team silver medallist