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2 November 2000
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Georgia-Mae Fenton didn't think she could beat her 2018 Commonwealth gold, until she did the golden double in Birmingham.
Successfully defending her uneven bars title from the Gold Coast as well as adding a second gold alongside her compatriots in the team event, was a welcome triumph for the gymnast.
Fenton's stunning Commonwealth Games gold in Australia four years ago had had a special resonance.
Her medal success in the uneven bars event doubled up as a birthday present for her mum, the Gravesend star taking a gamble by not buying her a present before leaving for the Gold Coast.
But her gymnastics gold was won on the exact day her mum, who first introduced her to the sport, was celebrating, her daughter returning to Kent with silver in the team event as well.
Since Birmingham 2022, Fenton has seen even more success with World Championship team silver on home soil in later that year and team gold at the 2023 European Championships in Antalya.