Beth has raised the performance levels and standards of British gymnasts: she is a three-time world champion, having won the 2010 World Championships and 2006 World Championships on the uneven bars and the 2009 World Championships on the floor. Tweddle was the first gymnast from Britain ever to win a medal at the World and European Championships, and is considered to be the most successful British gymnast of all time.
She is also a seven-time British National Champion, having won the title every year between 2001 and 2007. Additionally, she is a three time Olympian, competing in the 2004 Athens, 2008 Beijing, and 2012 London Olympic Games, where she took home a bronze.
At an early age Beth’s family moved to England and she now lives in Bunbury and trains in the Park Road gym in Liverpool, where she is coached by Amanda Kirby.
The A-Bars are Beth’s best event, but she is an all-rounder, who has been British All-around Champion (2001-2005).
The five consecutive national titles equalled the record set by Margaret Bell between 1966 and 1970.
Her 2005 performance included golds in the asymmetric bars, vault, beam and floor as well as the overall title.
She also came third in the 2006 BBC Sports Personality of the Year.
In November 2007, Beth Tweddle won gold on the floor at the Glasgow Grand Prix. The following year, she won silver in the floor exercise at the women’s European Championships but narrowly missed out on the medals, coming fourth, in the uneven bars.
In the Beijing Olympics in 2008, Tweddle overcame a rib injury to finish fourth in the uneven bars.
In April 2009, she won two golds for Britain at the European Artistic Gymnastics Championships, winning the floor and asymmetric bars competitions.
In October 2009, she won gold in the floor event at the World Artistic Gymnastics Championships.
In October 2010 in Rotterdam Beth Tweddle regained the uneven bars world title.
In April 2011, Beth Tweddle retained her European uneven bars title.
In the London Olympics Games in August 2012, Beth Tweddle took bronze in the uneven bars.
Beth is a remarkable athlete with tons of endorsement potential.