British in Search of a Ticket for Tokyo
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The focus of the British Gymnastics men’s team during the 48th Artistic Gymnastics World Championships (25th October – 3rd November 2018) in Doha State of Qatar, will be on the team event and the opportunity to qualify for the 2020 Olympic Games, in Tokyo Japan (24th July – 9th August 2020).

The British took second place on the podium last time around, in Glasgow 2015. There was no team event in Montreal in 2017.

Two members of that silver winning team, Max Whitlock and Nile Wilson will try to add to that medal tally with the support of Dom Cunningham, Joe Fraser and James Hall. This is the strong five men squad, which was announced by the British Gymnastics federation.

Each of the mentioned gymnasts have aspirations in the individual all-around event and the apparatus finals. Whitlock is one of the most decorated gymnasts of our time with 5 Olympic and 6 World medals.

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