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Summary

  1. Coverage produced by British Gymnastics
  2. Ellie Downie wins gold medal in the senior women's vault and uneven bars
  3. Maisie Methuen becomes women's champion on the floor
  4. Women's beam title goes to Phoebe Turner

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  1. British Gymnastics Championships

    Schedule of events

    Men's artistic gymnastics masters

    The top eight gymnasts across all age groups compete across six apparatus; the floor, pommel horse, rings, vault, parallel bars and the high bar.

    Men's artistic gymnastics disability masters

    The top disabled gymnasts will compete in one of two disability classification groups; Class 1 will see gymnasts with a learning disability or autism compete, and gymnasts with a physical or sensory disability will compete in Class 2.

    Women's artistic gymnastics apparatus finals

    The senior women compete across all four apparatus; the vault, uneven bars, beam and floor.

    Ellie Downie in action on the beam
  2. My story: Beth Tweddle

    #GetInspired

    Relive some amazing moments from the career of former world champion and Olympic and Commonwealth Games medallist Beth Tweddle .

    "I was never a kid that dreamed of becoming this big gymnast that would achieve amazing results," she says.

    "I just kept loving the challenge and then the results kept getting better and better."

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    Video caption: Beth Tweddle on gymnastics

    If you want to find out more about getting into gymnastics, read our  special guide.

  3. Follow Max with these three exercises

    #GetInspired

    Max Whitlock

    Get your core gymnastic muscles working with these three exercises from Team GB's double Olympic champion Max Whitlock .

    He makes them look so easy...

  4. 'She amazes me with what she's able to do'

    #GetInspired

    Hannah Westerman

    Meet  Hannah Westerman , a rhythmic gymnastic champion who has a visual impairment and learning difficulties.

    We made  this film  with her and her award-winning coach Kay Salter at Falcon Spartak gymnastics club in Sidcup, just before she won five gold medals at the 2013 Special Olympics.

    Hannah now studies drama and dance at Bromley College, continuing to show her disability is no barrier to success.

    If you are interested in getting into gymnastics visit our guide  with information for different ages and abilities. We also have guides for  disability sportvolunteeringand coaching.

  5. British Gymnastics Championships

    Both the senior men and women will be looking to qualify for a place at the European Championships in April in Romania, as well as to earn the title of best in Britain.

    Claudia Fragapane in action on the beam
  6. Watch: Scottish Gymnastics Championships highlights

    Jane Lewis reports from the Scottish National Gymnastics Championships in Perth, where Olympic bronze medallist Daniel Purvis was among those competing.

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    Video caption: Watch Scottish Gymnastics Championships highlights
  7. How to get into Gymnastics

    Get Inspired

    Some people do gymnastics just to improve their physical condition, others enjoy competing in regional, national and international competitions, but by far the biggest reason is the fun factor.

    You'll find clubs in almost every town and city across Britain, running sessions for every age and ability and  British Gymnastics  have a tool to help find the perfect gymnastic activity for you.

    Click here for information on all different versions of the sport.