Beth Tweddle MBE

BRITAIN'S MOST SUCCESSFUL GYMNAST

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Olympic Speaker Beth Tweddle MBE is the most successful British gymnast, male or female, in the history of the sport, and the first female gymnast from Great Britain to win a medal at the European Championships, World Championships, and Olympic Games.

She began competing in gymnastics at the age of seven and took the discipline up as a career in 2001, competing at the World Championships in Ghent, Belgium. It would not be long before the medals began to stack up for Beth, as she claimed three Commonwealth medals – one gold and two silvers – in 2002, a European bronze in the same year and a world bronze in 2003. All in all, she claimed a huge 14 gold medals throughout her career, alongside eight silvers and six bronzes.

Beth made history for Britain during her time in gymnastics. In October 2006, the Olympic Speaker became Britain’s first ever gymnastics World Champion, by winning the uneven bars event with an outstanding score of 16.200 at the World Championships in Aarhus, Denmark.

In 2012 she ended her career on a high by clinching the one medal that had eluded her throughout her time in gymnastics, finally obtaining an Olympic medal in front of her home crowd at the London Games.

Beth is now recognised as a role model for the next generation of Olympic gymnasts, and is resolute in her quest to help others achieve their goals. Achieving peak performance and realising ambitions are just two of many subjects Beth talks of as an Olympic Speaker, showing the depth and quality of her presentations.

Since appearing on the popular ITV show, Dancing on Ice, Beth has charmed the nation with her humble sincerity and endearing personality, proving she’s a true champion in whatever she turns her hand to.

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