2017 Gymnastics British Championships to be held at Echo Arena Liverpool
British Gymnastics stars will be competing on home soil once more, showing off their super-human strength on the rings, breath-taking control on the pommel and creative flair on the floor as they battle it out to be crowned British Champions 2017.
GB heroes Max Whitlock and Claudia Fragapane took the prestigious senior all-around titles last year. But will they be able to reclaim their titles in 2017 against Britain’s other world-class superstars? The only thing you can be sure of is an event full of awe-inspiring performances – from the explosive power displayed on the vault to the nerve-wracking routines on the beam.
Last year’s championships attracted a sell-out crowd for Saturday’s show. So make sure you don’t miss out – book your ticket now to see Britain’s best artistic gymnasts live at the British Championships.
Friday 24 March 2017
Men’s under 16 all-around finals and apparatus finals. Women’s junior all-around finals.
We start the weekend with the men’s U16 all-around and apparatus finals and the women’s junior all-around competition. Come and watch our stars of the future vie to be crowned champions. The all-around consists of the men competing on six apparatus and the women over four, with scores from all apparatus combined to find the very best all-rounder. The gymnasts also compete for individual titles on each apparatus, so lots of medals are up for grabs!
Saturday 25 March 2017
Men’s and women’s senior all-around finals. Men’s artistic under 18 all-around finals and apparatus finals.
The U18 men showcase their best routines and compete for medals, before the fight for the prestigious senior all-around British titles get underway. The early rounds see gymnasts from all over the country setting the standard, before the very best compete in the last session of the day. This evening session is when world-class gymnastics heroes like Max Whitlock, Nile Wilson, Claudia Fragapane and Ellie Downie enter the arena, competing for British glory as the all-around medals are decided. Who will hold their nerve and produce top quality performances across all apparatus to take the coveted all-around title?
The evening session starts at 4.30pm, and you can purchase a special ‘evening only’ ticket to watch this battle of the Brits. Day tickets also include entry to this exciting final session.
Sunday 26 March 2017
Women’s apparatus finals, disabilities and men’s masters
The weekend concludes with a packed day of explosive finals as the best of the best compete to be crowned champion on each of the six men’s and four women’s individual apparatus.
The men’s masters competition sees the top eight scoring male gymnasts across all age groups going head to head on the floor, high bar, vault, parallel bars, rings and pommel. This is a great opportunity for high-achieving juniors to take on the seniors!
The women’s apparatus finals see juniors and seniors compete within their age group for individual titles on the uneven bars, beam, vault and floor.
A spectacular competition showcasing the biggest tricks on the pommel, the twists and turns on the bar and the explosions of power and energy of the vault. Who will risk it all and go for glory to be crowned champion of their specialist apparatus?
Concession ticket – under 16s and over 65s. Under 14s must be accompanied by an adult.
Please note due to the nature of sport, individual gymnast appearances can’t be guaranteed. Timings are subject to change.
Tickets are on sale now