The final day of the Commonwealth Games artistic gymnastics competition once again saw our home nation gymnasts grace the medal podium.
Alice Kinsella combined high difficultly with very precise execution to take brilliant beam gold for England. Alice scored 13.700 points to take top spot. Teammate Kelly Simm was also outstanding on beam, having fallen in the all-around final, Kelly showed her class to score 13.033 for bronze. Competing for Team Wales, Maisie Methuen and Latalia Bevan placed in 7th and 8th.
Nile Wilson ended the Games as he started - with gold on high bar. His routine was world class and all most faultless, scoring him 14.533 for his third gold medal. James Hall was also hugely impressive, he once again showed his consistency and skill to produce a superb well executed routine for 14.000 to take silver. Frank Baines of Team Scotland finished just outside the medals in 4th with 13.33. Hamish Carter unfortunately fell twice in his routine and scored 11.033 for 8th.
Latalia Bevan produced a beautiful floor routine for Team Wales, combing great choreography with accurate tumbling to score her 13.300 and finish in superb silver. Welsh teammate Emily Thomas was the first up in the final scoring 12.866 to finish in 6th. 15 year old Taeja James of Team England has shown she’s one to watch for the future and again demonstrated some high difficulty skills in her floor, two steps out costing her, she scored 12.666 for 7th. Alice Kinsella last up, unfortunately couldn’t control her last tumble and placed 8th (11.666).
Courtney Tulloch followed up his rings gold by taking vault silver. Courtney demonstrated high difficulty with his two vaults combining to score him 14.666 points. Dom Cunningham joined his teammate on the podium, his vaults scoring 14.333 to give him bronze and his first individual major championship medal.
Full results can be found on the official event website.
This marks the end of the artistic events at the 2018 Commonwealth Games. Congratulations to all the home nations who put in some impressive performances. You can read up on all of the news from the Games so far on our dedicated event page.
Next up, it’s time for rhythmic gymnastics, with the competition starting on Wednesday.