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Wednesday 3 November 2010

Well done Beth!


Beth Tweddle’s gold success in the World Gymnastics Championships is a shining example to all of Cheshire East’s aspiring young athletes.

The Council applauds the Bunbury gymnast’s latest achievement after she recaptured her world uneven bars title in Rotterdam, Holland.

The 25-year-old, who learned her craft at Crewe and Nantwich Athletics Club, in Camm Street, Crewe, regained the title she first won in 2006 with a near-flawless routine.

Now, Cheshire East would like to congratulate her on her latest achievement.

Cllr Brian Dykes, ward member for Nantwich, said: “Beth’s success is shown in her true dedication and commitment to her sport. She is a figurehead to all those who wish to succeed with their talents.

“Her achievements place Crewe and Nantwich on the map. Her talents were spotted as a young girl at Crewe and Nantwich Athletics Club and her progression in the gymnastics world is Beth’s success story. It is also followed by us all in the village of Bunbury where Beth’s family home is and where she grew up.

“She has done incredibly well to regain her title and her continued, remarkable success should be an encouragement for all the young people in Cheshire East to take up sport and aim to be the best they can.

“Who knows, they might even follow in her footsteps and win gold too in the future?”

Beth notched 15.733 points as Chinese rivals He Kexin and Huang Qiushuang both fell off the apparatus.

She has now only to achieve an Olympic medal and has not ruled out competing at the 2012 London Olympics after previously believing she would be too old to take part.

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