Team England has today named 10 artistic gymnasts to compete for Team and Country at the 2018 Commonwealth Games.
The squad includes triple Commonwealth and double Olympic Champion Max Whitlock MBE and Claudia Fragapane, who will defend the four Commonwealth titles she won at Glasgow 2014.
Max and Claudia are joined on the 2018 Commonwealth Games team by Olympic bronze medalists Amy Tinkler and Nile Wilson.
At Glasgow 2014, Team England topped the gymnastics medal table with a total of 19 medals. Four of the athletes who were part of the successful team at Glasgow will be returning to the Commonwealth Games stage while six of the athletes will be making their Games debut.
The artistic gymnastics competition will take place at Coomera Indoor Sports Centre from 5 to 9 April.
Georgia-Mae Fenton will be making her Commonwealth Games debut on the Gold Coast where she will join Team England’s other gymnasts to compete at Coomera Indoor Sports Centre.
She represented Great Britain at the 2017 World Artistic Gymnastics Championships in Montreal.
The gymnast who lives in Gravesend, attends North Kent College in Dartford and trains at East London Gymnastics Club has her own skill on uneven bars called the Fenton.
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