Photograph: https://www.theguardian.com/sport/2021/may/24/max-whitlock-lead-gb-mens-gymnastics-team-tokyo-olympics

 

The Men’s Artistic Gymnastics team will be led by three-time Olympian, record-setting, double Olympic Champion and MBE, Max Whitlock.  Max made history in Rio, becoming the first British gymnast to win an Olympic Gold medal.  He rounded off his floor Gold with a second gold medal on the pommel and he is as excited as we are about adding to his Olympic medal haul in Tokyo, as well as his 3 World Championships Gold medals on the pommel.

Max will be joined by three Olympic debutants, but by no means strangers to the big arena, with Joe Fraser already a World Champion on parallel bars.  He was the youngest competitor on the apparatus and his win was Great Britain’s first gold medal on the apparatus.

Gianni Regini-Moran, another debutant, has demonstrated his talents on the big stage taking a well-deserved bronze medal on vault at the European championships.

Current British all-around champion James Hall completes the team and has a wealth of experience against the best, having medalled at the Commonwealth games as well as being a two-time European medallist.

A strong team with real prospects and medal contenders!

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