Beth Tweddle MBE is considered to be the most successful British gymnast of all time.
She has been the European and World Champion on the asymmetric bars, and has broken numerous records.
Hailing from Chester, Beth graduated from Liverpool John Moores University in June 2007 with a 2:1 in Sports Science.
Beth started training as a gymnast at just 7 years old. Over the years she has amassed more titles and medals than any other British gymnast.
Beth was an Olympian in Athens 2004 and Beijing 2008.
As a result of her success in international gymnastics, Tweddle was nominated for, and finished in third place, for the 2006 BBC Sports Personality of the Year, the only British gymnast ever to make the short list for the award.
In 2009, Beth won the Floor World Championships in front of home crowd at the 02 Arena in London.
At the 2012 London Olympic Games, Beth took home a bronze medal on the Uneven Bars.
Following her Olympic success, Beth took a break from competitive gymnastics, taking part in the 2013 series of ITV’s Dancing on Ice, which she won with ice-skating partner Daniel Whiston.