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Beth Tweddle MBE

Britain's Greatest ever Female Gymnast



Beth Tweddle MBE has announced she is running a series of gymnastics camps in the New Year. The camps will be held at four different gymnastics clubs and aim to give young gymnasts an inspiring start to 2017. The camps are open to aspiring gymnasts who will get time with Beth and pick up training tips from the team of coaches.

About the camps, Beth said: “I’m really excited to be launching a series of New Year Camps to kick-start 2017. There’s nothing I love more than working with young gymnasts and trying to inspire them. Gymnastics has so many core movement skills that help in all walks of life and it’s also a great way to keep healthy and active! I can’t wait to meet and work with all the young gymnasts.”

The camps, which will be led by Beth and her team of expert coaches, will be held at the following venues:


Gymnastics Club


Sunday 8th January

Nuneaton Gymnastics Club


Sunday 15th January

Warrington Gymnastics Club


Sunday 22nd January

Barnsley Gymnastics Club

South Yorkshire

Sunday 29th January

Vernon Park Gymnastics Club

Greater Manchester

The camps are open to anyone aged 6 and above. There will be a separate morning and afternoon session at each club to allow as many youngsters as possible to take part. Sessions are limited to a maximum of 50 children to make sure Beth is able to meet and spend time with each gymnast.

Tickets are on sale now for £100 each. For all further information and to buy tickets, visit: http://www.bethtweddle.com/gym-camps


For further information, please contact Julian Taberer at The Events Sphere on 020 7738 9427, or email events@sports-sphere.com

About Beth Tweddle MBE

As Britain’s greatest ever-female gymnast, Beth’s impressive achievements include being an Olympic Bronze Medalist, a triple World Champion, a six-time European Champion, a Commonwealth Champion and seven-times consecutive National Champion. Along with her unrivalled success Beth has competed at three Olympic Games; Athens 2004, Beijing 2008 and London 2012 - where she won Bronze in the Uneven Bars. Since starting out at the age of seven, Beth has helped to reinvent British gymnastics and her achievements place her in the ‘greatest of all time’ category within her sport. Since retiring from competitive gymnastics Beth is very much involved with her beloved sport, as a director and ambassador of Total Gymnastics, Ambassador for the FIG and broadcasting for the BBC.