World Gymnastics Championships on the BBC

Rebecca Tunney

The BBC showcases the annual World Gymnastics Championships which is taking place this year in Antwerp, Belgium.

Coverage is introduced by Matt Baker with expert analysis from three-time world champion Beth Tweddle and fellow Olympic medallist Louis Smith. Commentary is provided by Mitch Fenner and Christine Still.

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Friday, 4th October

Men's all-round final

Highlights: 13:00-15:00 BBC Two

Women's all-round final

Live: 19:00-21:00 BBC Three & selected Connected TVs

The top 24 qualifiers compete on four apparatus - vault, uneven bars, floor and beam - for the right to be crowned world champion. Neither current world champion Jordyn Wieber or Olympic gold medallist Gabby Douglas are expected to compete, so national champion Simone Biles spearheads the American challenge against Russian favourite Aliya Mustafina.

Britain could be represented, with 2012 national champion Rebecca Tunney the most likely to be involved.

Saturday, 5 October

Men's floor

Live: 13:30-14:30 BBC Red Button

Apparatus finals

Live: 14:30-16:30 BBC One

Coverage includes three apparatus finals with Britain likely to have two shots at a pommel horse medal in Antwerp through London 2012 bronze medallist Max Whitlock, and reigning European champion Daniel Keatings.

Sunday, 6 October

Apparatus finals

Live: 13:30-16:00 BBC Two

Coverage includes five apparatus finals as the British team look to build on their breakthrough London 2012 performance which saw them win four medals.

Aliya Mustafina beat Great Britain's Beth Tweddle to uneven bars gold - one of four London 2012 medals for the Russian - and will go in search of more global titles in Belgium.

All times BST

Some Red Button coverage may not be available on Freeview.