Annika Reeder. born Harlow. She was the first gymnast from Great Britain to compete in two Olympic Games, in 1996 and 2000. Reeder began gymnastics at the age of three in 1982, She made her international debut at the 1993 Junior European Championships In 1994 in Victoria, Canada Reeder became England's youngest ever Commonwealth Games gold medallist at the age of fourteen, collecting golds in the team and the floor exercise. She collected a third gold medal at the Commonwealths in 1998.
More Olympic GymnasticsMore Gymnastics. Congrats to Great Britain's Men's Gymnastic's Team on the Bronze Medal!
Great Britain’s men’s gymnastics team wins bronze - The first medal for Great Britain in men’s gymnastics since the 1912 Summer Olympic Games in Stockholm, Sweden. ¬ TEAM - Daniel Purvis, Max Whitlock, Louis Smith, Kristian Thomas, & Sam Oldham.