Commonwealth Games teams announced

commgamesflagsThe 21st Commonwealth Games in 2018 will be held in Queensland, Australia and will run over 11 days from 4 to 15 April 2018 with competition in 275 events and over 18 sports.

The gymnastics disciplines of artistic and rhythmic gymnastics will form part of the Games with gymnasts competing for home nations be it England, Gibraltar, Guernsey, Isle of Man, Jersey, Northern Ireland, Scotland or Wales - rather than Great Britain/British Gymnastics.

Isle of Man 

Nicole Burns (artistic gymnastics)

Jersey

Daniel Lee, Bonita Shurmer, Rachelle Flambard (artistic gymnastics)

Northern Ireland 

Ewan McAteer, Rhys McClenaghan (artistic gymnastics)

England

Hannah Martin, Mimi-Isabella Cesar, Stephani Sherlock (rhythmic gymnastics)

Max Whitlock MBE, Nile Wilson, James Hall, Courtney Tulloch, Dom Cunningham, Lucy Stanhope, Alice Kinsella, Georgia-Mae Fenton, Kelly Simm, Taeja James(artistic gymnastics)

Scotland 

Shannon Archer, Cara Kennedy, Sofia Ramzan, Isabella Tolometti, Hamish Carter, Dan Purvis, Frank Baines, Kelvin Cham, David Weir (artistic gymnastics)

Wales

Laura Halford, Gemma Frizelle, Abigail Hanford (rhythmic gymnastics)

Jac Davies, Iwan Mepham, Josh Cook, Benjamin Eyre, Clinton Purnell, Emily Thomas, Holly Jones, Maisie Methuen, Latalia Bevan, Jolie Ruckley (artistic gymnastics)

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