Some of the world’s top gymnasts will be making their way to the O2 arena for the Superstars of Gymnastics event on the 23rd March 2019.
The event is designed to showcase the very best in gymnastics with a number of innovations that increases the excitement for the gymnasts and the audience. Routines will be judged by the all-star panel, who will also provide feedback. Each apparatus will have its own leaderboard with a winner per piece to be determined by the highest combined score. Athletes will have the freedom to devise and perform their own routines and judges will score out of 10 based on flair, creative choreography, execution and engagement with the live crowd at The O2.
Top gymnasts, Simone Biles and Max Whitlock will head a star studded line up that includes Germany’s Fabian Hambüchen, a gold medallist on horizontal bars at Rio 2016, triple Commonwealth Games gold medallist Ellie Black of Canada, double Olympic silver medallist Marcel Nguyen, three-time World Champion Oksana Chusovitine, four-time World Cup medallist Elisabeth Seitz, six-time Dutch national champion Casimir Schmidt and Jamaican international Danusia Francis.
British favourites, James Hall, Danny Purvis, Dom Cunningham, Courtney Tulloch, Sam Oldham and Jay Thompson and Halle Hilton will also compete.
Biles and Whitlock will perform during both the afternoon and evening show and will join Amy Tinkler and Laurent Landi on the judging panel.
For tickets and more information , visit the O2 website here
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