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Gymnastics World Cup

The 2019 Gymnastics World Cup returns to Birmingham on 23 March, and will showcase some of the best gymnasts in the world competing for prestigious titles at this major global event.


Gymnastics World Cup

What is the World Cup?

This is a series of four events, staged across the world. In 2018 it was hosted by the USA, Germany, UK and Japan. Nations compete to be crowned World Cup winners, with each individual event securing vital points on the leader board. Medals are awarded at each event, with gymnasts also picking up points for their country. 2018 saw GB gymnasts Alice Kinsella and James Hall win medals.

Who will take part?

The event will feature (up to) nine male and nine female gymnasts representing eight different countries. Nations will nominate their representatives in the spring. Historically, Olympic, World and European medallists have competed for their countries which have included the USA, Russia, China, Japan, Germany, Netherlands, Brazil and of course Great Britain. As the host nation, GB secure four spots automatically. With the depth and breadth of talent in the British Gymnastics team, the selectors will be spoilt for choice.

Where can I see the schedule?

The schedule as follows:

Men's Competition

Doors open: 12:00
Competition start: 13:00
Medal Ceremony and finish: 16:05

Women's Competition

Doors open: 17:30
Competition start: 18:30
Medal Ceremony and finish: 21:15