Commonwealth champion Max Whitlock has claimed all-round silver in the World Championships - equalling the best ever-finish for a British gymnast.
Whitlock, who trains at the South Essex Gym Club in Basildon, performed a brilliant final floor routine to seal second place in China.
The 21-year-old missed out on gold to the dominant Japanese athlete Kohei Uchimura, who recorded a score of 91.965.
Whitlock's performance matches the achievement of Northamptonshire's Dan Keatings, who claimed silver in 2009.
The 25-year-old resumed his career earlier this year after taking a break following the Olympic Games in London.
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It was a busy Easter weekend for Olympic Gymnasts Louis Smith and Daniel Keatings, with each travelling to different Continents as part of their European and Commonwealth selection campaign.
Triple Olympic medallist Smith travelled to Seoul, South Korea to compete in the prestigious World Cup event, while Keatings made the journey to Brazil as part of a 4 man GB squad in a team event in San Paolo.
Smith, 24, was representing Great Britain for the first time since his London final, and beat arch rival and 2012 champion Kristian Berki of Hungary to te gold medal.
Speaking after the event, Smith said;
“I'm very pleased with my performance today after over 18 months out of international competition. I've now scored some of the highest marks on pommels at 3 consecutive events and it feels good to be able to fight for medals with some of the best in the World.”
Keatings, 23, was also in fine form, helping the GB team to Gold in front of Brazil, as well as finishing second all around and taking gold on both pommel horse and parallel bars.
The Huntingdon gymnasts must now wait for selection announcements for the European Championships to be held in Bulgaria in May, as well as the Commonwealth Games in Glasgow later in the summer.
Three-time Olympic medallist Louis Smith has announced that he is to return to full time training in a bid to compete for England at this summer's Commonwealth Games in Glasgow.
The Peterborough-born gymnast hasn't competed since winning individual sliver on the pommel horse at London 2012.
24-year-old Smith had taken a break from the sport to try his hand at other activities, but he has now decided that the time is right to make a comeback.
“I always said that everything that I was working on was geared towards 2012 and when I achieved what I did at the London Olympics, within myself I believed that I had taken part in my last ever competition in the sport," he told the British Gymnastics website.
“However, recently my feelings have started to change. I loved commentating at the World Championships in October, however there was a large part of me that felt I should be competing.
"I know what I’m still capable of when I’m in peak condition. I believe I can very much compete amongst the best in the world and challenge for medals.”
Peterborough City Council have announced plans to welcome Olympic silver medallist back home.
The Olympic silver and bronze medal winner will be given an open top bus parade around the city on Saturday.
The event starts at 1.30pm outside the Town Hall.
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The British men's gymnastics team has won an historic silver medal in the team event - the first gymnastics medal for 100 years.
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