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Summary

  1. Ellie Downie pipped to women's gold by France's Melanie De Jesus Dos Santos
  2. Alice Kinsella finishes in 15th place
  3. GB's Joe Fraser fell just short of bronze in men's all-around final earlier
  4. James Hall seventh after injury

Live Reporting

All times stated are UK

  1. Men's all-around final results

    Great Britain's Joe Fraser fractionally missed out on the bronze medal in an event dominated by the Russian team.

    Cyprus' Marios Georgiou edged out Fraser by just 0.033 marks to claim the final podium place, while Nikita Nagornyy outshone fellow countryman and reigning world champion Artur Dalaloyan to claim gold.

    The other British competitor, James Hall, finished in seventh after being forced to complete his floor routine with an injury.

    Men's standings
  2. Dom Cunningham injury overshadows men's qualification

    Dom Cunningham

    Britain's men qualified for all seven finals at the European Championships in Poland but the success was overshadowed by injury to Dom Cunningham.

    Joe Fraser and James Hall reached the individual all around final, with Hall also making the high bar cut.

    Olympic champion Max Whitlock topped the pommel qualifying, while Courtney Tulloch and Brinn Bevan also have podium chances over the weekend.

    Defending floor champion Cunningham landed awkwardly on his first vault.

    The 23-year-old was taken away on a stretcher with his right leg in a splint and later on Wednesday he revealed he had "blacked out" with the pain, but early tests on his ligaments were "OK".

    Read more here.

  3. Claudia Fragapane: 'I struggled for motivation - but now I'm back to where I was'

    Ever since she burst on to the international scene as a 16-year-old at the 2014 Commonwealth Games, gymnast Claudia Fragapane's stock had been on the rise.

    In 2014 she became the first English woman in 84 years to leave a Commonwealth Games with four golds.

    She was expected to add to her medal haul at the 2018 Commonwealth Games, but snapped her Achilles tendon in training a month before the competition began on Australia's Gold Coast.

    It has been a lengthy lay-off for Fragapane, now 21, and one during which she has been tested mentally and emotionally.

    Read more here.

    Claudia Fragapane
  4. How can I watch?

    All times BST and subject to changes.

    Friday, 12 April

    Men and Women's all-around finals

    11:50-14:45, BBC Red Button and Connected TV

    13:00-14:45, BBC Two

    16:15-18:30, BBC Two

    Saturday, 13 April

    Apparatus finals

    14:15-16:30, BBC One

    Sunday, 14 April

    Apparatus finals

    12:30-15:15, BBC Two

  5. The British contingent

    Great Britain announced the squads that will be competing at this year's European Gymnastics Championships on 11th March.

    Max Whitlock is in a six-man men's squad which also includes James Hall, Joe Fraser, Courtney Tulloc and Brinn Bevan.

    Kelly Simm had to originally withdraw from the women's team and has since been replaced by Claudia Fragapane who won four gold medals at the 2014 Commonwealth Games. Fragapane will be joined by Ellie Downie, Amelie Morgan and Alice Kinsella.

    Claudia Fragapane
    Image caption: Claudia Fragapane replaces Kely Simm who withdrew due to injury
  6. The ultimate motivation for Whitlock

    Two-time Olympic champion Max Whitlock says becoming a new dad is "the most exciting thing" and being a parent "takes his mind off the stress" of competition.

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    Video caption: Becoming a dad is 'the most exciting thing' - Whitlock
  7. Get Inspired: How to get into gymnastics

    Get Inspired

    #GetInspired

    Which form of gymnastics is for you?

    • Artistic is probably the most well-known form of gymnastics. Women tackle four activities, with men taking on six. These include the vault (run and spring over box), the rings (hoops suspended from the ceiling), the bars (parallel frames to swing between) among others. These activities involve you balancing and performing moves.
    • Rhythmic involves performing a routine to music whilst waving a ribbon or balancing a hula-hoop round your hands, feet or neck.
    • Acrobatic is the most energetic of all the types of gymnastics. You perform a routine combined of jumps, lifts or lunges, either in pairs or in a group.

    How do I start?

    British, Scottish, Welsh and Northern Ireland Gymnastics have tools to help you find the gymnastic activity that suits you.

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    Video caption: Gwynjim - North Wales' inclusive gymnastics club