With four days remaining of the World Gymnastics Championships a host of Team England gymnasts are in medal contention as the individual finals get underway today.
Gold Coast medallists Dom Cunningham, James Hall, Max Whitlock and Kelly Simm will compete alongside Glasgow Commonwealth Games champion Becky Downie as the Great Britain team look to secure their first medal of the Championships.
It follows this week’s team finals where the men’s team which included Team England gymnasts, Cunningham, Hall, Whitlock and Courtney Tulloch, narrowly missed out on a place on the podium after finishing fifth overall.
Also competing in the women’s team were Georgia Mae-Fenton and Alice Kinsella who alongside Downie and Simm qualified in ninth place, just outside of the top eight needed to reach the finals.
Having won silver at this year’s Commonwealth Games, Hall will look to repeat his success in today’s all-around final, before Simm also begins her first rotation tomorrow in the women’s all-around final.
In the individual apparatus finals, Whitlock will take to the pommel horse on Friday after topping the board in qualification with a score of 14.996.
Meanwhile, Downie will line-up in the uneven bars final before Cunningham brings the Championships to a close in Saturday’s vault final.
Wednesday 31 October
Men’s all-around final (James Hall)
Thursday 1 November
Women’s all-around final (Kelly Simm)
Friday 2 November
Men’s floor, pommel horse (Max Whitlock) & rings finals
Women’s vault & uneven bars finals (Becky Downie)
Saturday 3 November
Men’s vault (Dom Cunningham), parallel bars & horizontal bars finals
Women’s beam & floor finals