House-bound to household name?
Seven months ago Max Whitlock could barely get out of bed. Now Britain's first male world champion gymnast wants to become a legend.
Biles wins record 10th World gold
Simone Biles of the USA rounds off the World Gymnastics Championships in Glasgow with gold in the women's floor final.
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World Championships 2015
Great Britain's Max Whitlock wins gold and team-mate Louis Smith silver on the pommel horse at the World Championships.