2019 Gymnastics World Cup

Saturday 23rd March 2019

Genting Arena, Birmingham

Your country needs you! At the Gymnastics World Cup on 23 March 2019! Be prepared to play your part in this major global event, as countries from around the world, with some of their best gymnasts take up the ultimate gymnastics challenge. Fly your flag proudly as the mighty powerhouses of each country battle it out on this global stage. Which nations will emerge victorious?

Watch the battle as our male gymnasts go for glory. Who will show flair and stamina on the pommel horse and floor, demonstrate extreme strength on the rings, and pull off strong routines on the vault, parallel bars and high bar? Our female gymnasts will wow the crowds as they show grace and composure on the beam, let their personality and flair shine through on the floor, as well as unleashing power yet control on the vault and uneven bars.

Amanda Reddin, Women’s Head National Coach commented:
“This is a great opportunity for our gymnasts. The competition structure of the event allows gymnasts to thrive under pressure, their routines showcasing all the effort they’ve put in during hours and hours of training to peak at the right time. Competitions of this nature are invaluable to support our gymnasts on their road to Tokyo. There’s no better platform for them to perform on – these conditions make the Olympic pressure real.”

Great Britain’s very own James Hall and Alice Kinsella proved successful in 2018, both picking up medals in front of the all-important home crowd. Who will represent their country this year? Make sure you’re in the crowd cheering the gymnasts, flying the flag and lending your support.

The atmosphere will be electric. The competition will be tough. Make sure you’re part of it.

Book your tickets early, get the best seats in the house and be prepared for the experience that is world class gymnastics at Birmingham’s Genting Arena, 23 March 2019.

Prices from £18.15 (incl admin fee) + £2.55 fulfilment fee per order

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