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Britain's Bevan Survives Rush, Enjoys Victory
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The May 2018 issue of International Gymnast magazine features an interview with recently crowned British senior all-around champion Brinn Bevan, who describes his satisfaction on winning the title after overcoming wrist and shoulder injuries.

“Due to this it was a rush to get myself back fit in time for the set of competitions, so I had a few routines that were slightly reduced,” Bevan said. “But I also put out a couple of new things, too. So for all the hard work I put in, it was great.”

Asked about his favorite social media platform, he says, “Definitely Instagram! You’ve got the main picture posts, which consist of my favorite photos. Stories, which can give a little insight into day-to-day life. And messages where fans, friends and companies can ask anything you like. @brinnbevan if you fancy a follow.”

In a more solemn tone, as a junior gymnast Bevan made a promise to his father that he would do his “absolute best” to medal at the 2016 Olympics. His dad passed away from cancer before those Games.

"This still makes me emotional! Yes, I did my absolute best. I hit every single routine I put out. The team did come fourth, but it was my journey to get there that I take pride in. And I know he would feel the same way.”

Read the full interviews in “Great Brits,” with 2018 British all-around champions Brinn Bevan and Kelly Simm, in the May 2018 issue of International Gymnast magazine. To subscribe to the print and/or digital editions, or to order back issues, click here.

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