About Becky

Autobiography

Before gymnastics I studied ballet, tap and stage dance. The dancing didn't really work out for me so I decided to try gymnastics as a school friend did it, so I thought I'd give it a go!

I started gymnastics when I was 7 at Bigwood Gymnastics Club and trained every Saturday morning, however this soon increased to 3 sessions a week. I placed 3rd at my first Regional competition and that's when I decided to move to Notts Gym Academy. Once I moved to Notts the training soon increased again and I now train up to 30 hours a week.

I won my first British title when I was 12, competed in my first International when I was 13 and from then on I never looked back. Throughout my career I’ve had some amazing experiences which include going to two Commonwealth Games, six European Championships, seven World Championships and my highlight being the Beijing Olympic Games!

Outside the gym I love spending time with my family because I don't get to see much of them when I'm travelling. I also love to shop, go to the cinema, design leotards and have fun with my friends just like any other regular girl.

As for the next few years?

Who knows what the future holds ! I'm excited to continue my journey towards Rio and can't wait to see how it turns out!

Becky's Achievements

  • 2015 Double European silver medallist
  • 2015 World team bronze medallist
  • 2014 Double Commonwealth Games GOLD medalist
  • 2014 European bar champion
  • European championships 2014, team silver
  • 2013 & 2014 World bar finalist
  • 3 times World Cup medalist
  • 7 times British AA champion
  • European championships 2010, team silver
  • World championships 2011, team 5th
  • Double commonwealth medalist
  • Britain's best female AA Olympian - 2008
  • 2006 Commonwealth Games silver and bronze medallist

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