How to follow the 2018 Gymnastics World Cup - British Gymnastics

How to follow the 2018 Gymnastics World Cup

World cup how to follow

The 2018 Gymnastics World Cup takes place at Arena Birmingham this week with some of the best gymnasts in the world competing for medals. The men’s event takes place on Wednesday 21st March with the women competing on Thursday 22nd.

You can watch live coverage on the BBC Red Button, BBC Sport website and mobile app.

If you miss any of the action, tune into BBC One on Saturday 24th March to see the highlights.

BBC coverage schedule

Wednesday, 21 March

19:00-21:00 - BBC Red Button and online

Thursday, 22 March

19:00-21:00 - BBC Red Button and online

Saturday, 24 March

Highlights

14:05-15:50 - BBC One

For behind the scenes action, latest news and results, be sure to follow our social media channels.

Head to British-gymnastics.org/worldcup for live scores and news.

Men’s artistic gymnasts

Name: Lucas De Souza Bitencourt

Country: Brazil

Age: 23

 

Name: Wei Sun

Country: China

Age: 22

 

Name: Nikita Nagornyy

Country: Russia

Age: 21

 

Name: Petro Pakhniuk

Country: Ukraine

Age: 26

 

Name: Donothan Bailey

Country: USA

Age: 27

 

Name: James Hall

Country: Great Britain

Age: 22

 

Name: Dominick Cunningham

Country: Great Britain

Age: 22

 

Name: Marcel Nguyen

Country: Germany

Age: 30

 

Name: Shogo Nonomura

Country: Japan

Age: 24

 

Women’s artistic gymnasts

Name: Hannah Jade Chrobok

Country: Canada

Age: 16

 

Name: Jieyu Liu

Country: China

Age: 15

 

Name: Amy Tinkler

Country: Great Britain

Age: 18

 

Name: Alice Kinsella

Country: Great Britain

Age: 17

 

Name: Sarah Voss

Country: Germany

Age: 19

 

Name: Hitomi Hatakeda

Country: Japan

Age: 17

 

Name: Vera Van Pol

Country: Netherlands

Age: 24

 

Name: Angelina Melnikova

Country: Russia

Age: 17

 

Name: Margzetta Frazier

Country: USA

Age: 18

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