Team GB Gymnast Profile:
NAME - Ellie Downie
BORN - Nottingham
AGE - 17
2016 European Championships team, floor and vault, SILVER
2016 Osijek, Croatia, World Challenge Cup floor, vault, bars and beam, GOLD
2016 British Championships all around, BRONZE vault, GOLD
2015 World Championships team, BRONZE
2015 European Championships all-around, BRONZE
2015 British Championships all-around, BRONZE medallist, vault and bars SILVER medallist
2015 English Championships beam SILVER medallist
She represented Great Britain at the 2014 Summer Youth Olympics. A prodigious junior, Downie, at the age of 15, became the first female gymnast ever to win an individual all-around medal for Great Britain at the European Championships, with a bronze at the 2015 Championships in Montpelier, France later in the same year, Downie was part of the Great Britain women's team that won her country's first ever global team medal, a bronze, at the 2015 World Artistic Gymnastics Championships.
There's no doubt Downie is giving her all after nearly suffering a neck injury during her most recent floor routine during the gymnastics session on Sunday evening in Rio. The teenager was cleared of any serious damage and went onto to complete the vault element of her event. The brave gymnasts' efforts helped Team GB secure third place overall which sees them through to Tuesdays final.
Below you can find Ellie's most recent performance results at Rio:
Completed events: Women's uneven bars / Rank: 26 / Score: 14.633
Women's floor exercise / Rank: 72 / Score: 12.500
Women's beam / Rank: 11 / Score: 14.500
Women's vault / Rank: 11 / Score: 14.683
Women's individual all-around / Rank: 24 / Score: 56.466
Upcoming schedule for Gymnastics:
Women's team all-around – Tue, 9 Aug
Women's individual all-around – Thu, 11 Aug
Women's Vault – Sun, 14 Aug
Women's uneven bars – Sun, 14 Aug
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