The British Gymnastics Championships is set to be staged at Liverpool M&S Bank Arena from March 14-17.

British stars Max Whitlock and Alice Kinsella will be among those competing for national titles and a place at the 2024 Paris Olympics.

Over the next four days, junior, senior and disability events will take place with the weekend featuring the senior squads.

Both men’s and women’s teams have secured the five quota sports per gender for the Olympics in France.

This is only the second outing for most of the gymnasts after the season opening home nations game earlier this month.

The women will be competing in the vault, uneven bars, beam, and floor, the men’s events are,  floor, pommel horse, rings, vault, parallel bars and high bar.

The full schedule:


(All times GMT)

Thursday 14 March – Day 1

11.15am – 12:45pm: Women’s Aspire Subdivision One
11.15am – 14.00pm: Men’s Disability Masters
16.25pm – 18.00pm: Women’s Aspire Subdivision Two
16:25pm – 18.50pm: Men’s Under 16’s

Friday 15 March – Day 2

14.15pm – 16.20pm: Women’s Junior Subdivision One
14.15pm – 16.40pm: Men’s Under 14’s Subdivision One
18.30pm – 20.35pm: Women’s Junior Subdivision Two
18:30pm – 21.00pm: Men’s Under 14’s Subdivision Two

Saturday 16 March – Day 3

11.00am – 13.35pm: Women’s Senior Subdivision One, Women’s Aspire, Women’s Disability Master and Aspire and Men’s Under 18’s
14.30pm – 17.10pm: Men’s Senior Competition
15:30pm – 17.10pm: Women’s Senior Subdivision Two

Sunday 17 March – Day 4

11.30am – 15.25pm: Men’s Senior and Under 18’s Apparatus Finals
12.45pm – 15.25pm: Women’s Senior and Junior Apparatus Finals

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