Team GB Gymnast Profile:
NAME - Rebecca Downie
BORN - Nottingham
AGE - 24
2016 European Championships team SILVER and bars GOLD
2016 British Championships beam GOLD, bars SILVER
2015 World Championships team BRONZE
2015 European Championships bars and beam SILVER
2015 English bars GOLD
2014 Commonwealth Games (Team England) team and bars GOLD
2014 European Championships team SILVER, bars GOLD
2014 British beam, GOLD all-around and bars, SILVER
Rebecca Downie - Becky is a British artistic gymnast who also competes for England at Commonwealth Games level. Considered a specialist on uneven bars and beam, she is the double European (2014 and 2016) and 2014 Commonwealth Games champion on uneven bars. Downie competed at the 2008 Summer Olympics for Great Britain, and was a reserve for the 2012 Summer Olympics team.
Schedule and Results:
Completed events: Women's uneven bars / Rank: 10 / Score: 15.233
Women's floor exercise
Women's beam / Rank: 52 / Score: 13.300
Women's team all-around
Women's individual all-round
Women's beam – Mon, 15 Aug
Women's floor exercise – Tue, 16 Aug
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