Beth Tweddle is arguably Britain’s most successful gymnast, having amassed more titles and medals than any other British gymnast before her.
She added her first Olympic medal to her successes when she took the Bronze in the Uneven Bars at London 2012 Olympics. The three-time world champion has almost single-handedly helped to reinvent British gymnastics in a prestigious career spanning 10 years, and has achieved numerous firsts for a British gymnast. Her global record now places her in the ‘greatest of all time’ category within her sport.
Beth is an Olympic Bronze medallist, 3-time World Champion, 6-time European Champion, Commonwealth Champion and has won seven consecutive National championships between 2001-2007. In 2009 Beth claimed her second World Championship title in front of a home crowd at the O2 arena in London, a phenomenal career highlight.
Beth has a confident and dynamic personality and enjoys working with children to encourage and support their future sporting careers. Beth was one of four faces of the London Olympics and is therefore not only a flawless ambassador for gymnastics but also for sport as a whole and is an inspiration.