2022 World Artistic Gymnastics Championships in Liverpool: Where to Watch, Live Stream, Preview, schedule, Tickets, star gymnasts

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The World Artistic Gymnastics Championships 2022 will begin on October 29 in Liverpool, England, ahead of the 2024 Paris Olympics. For the fourth time, the qualifying round will be held in the United Kingdom. They held the historic event earlier in 1993, 2005, and 2015.

During a week-long competition, 400 gymnasts from around the world will compete for a spot in the future Olympics. The top three ladies and three men will form a team of five to confirm their trip to Paris. As the event approaches, let’s take a look at the tickets, star gymnasts, preview, and more.

The first artistic gymnastics qualifying for the Olympic Games in Paris in 2024 has arrived.

The three medal-winning women’s and three medal-winning men’s teams will receive five-member team berths to the 2022 World Artistic Gymnastics Championships, which will take place from October 29 to November 6 in Liverpool, England.

Aside from tickets to Paris, there will be global titles to be won in team, all-around, and individual competitions.

EM2SPORTS will be present, providing fans all of the action online and through social media. Before the competition, here’s everything you need to know about the event, including who to watch, a full itinerary, and how to watch it.

Tickets can be purchased online.

Tickets for the World Artistic Gymnastics Championships, which will take place at the M&S Bank Arena in Liverpool, are now on sale. Fans can purchase a variety of services, ranging from bronze concession tickets for £10 to the platinum pack for £80. Bookings for the finale, in addition to qualification tickets, are now available on World Gymnastics’ official website.

World Artistic Gymnastics Championships 2022 – Liverpool, England Schedule:

The qualifying competition begins from October 29 to October 31, with the first medals awarded on November 1. The whole event schedule is listed here, with all times in local time.

Saturday, October 29th

Women’s qualifying: 19:55-22:50 (Belgium, United States, Romania, Spain)
Sunday, October 30th

Women’s qualifying (9:15-15:35) (Korea, Ukraine, Sweden, Australia, Hungary, Canada, China, Mexico, France)
Women’s qualifying (16:45-23:05) (Finland, Netherlands, Japan, Argentina, Brazil, Germany, Italy, Chinese Taipei, Egypt, Great Britain, Austria)
Monday, October 31st

Men’s qualifying (9:15-17:45) (Austria, United States, Canada, Switzerland, Kazakhstan, Korea, Great Britain, China, Spain, Japan, Ukraine, Romania, Netherlands, Italy, Colombia, Brazil)
Men’s qualifying, 18:45-22:55 (Turkey, Egypt, Germany, Belgium, Australia, France, Hungary)
Tuesday, November 1st

Wednesday, November 2, 18:15-21:05: Women’s team final

Thursday, November 3rd, 17:25-20:50: Men’s team final

Friday, November 4, 18:30-21:15: Women’s all-around final

Men’s all-around final, 17:45-21:10.
Saturday, November 5th

Day 1 apparatus finals (men’s floor exercise, pommel horse, still rings; women’s vault, uneven bars): 13:15-18:10.
Sunday, November 6th

Day 2 apparatus finals (men’s vault, parallel bars, high bar; women’s balance beam, floor exercise): 13:15-18:10.

How to watch Live World Artistic Gymnastics Championships 2022:

The 2022 World Artistic Gymnastics Championships will be shown on television around the world. In some countries, fans can watch the competition on the International Gymnastics Federation’s YouTube channel.

2022 World Gymnastics Championships Liverpool: Top Female gymnasts

The United States is attempting to win the World Championships for the sixth time. Unlike past championships, which were led by the world’s best gymnasts, Simone Biles and Sunisa Lee, the country will rely on newcomers this time. Team USA will include Shilese Jones, Jordan Chiles, and Olympic floor champion Jade Carey. Skye Blakley, Leanne Wong, and Lexi Zeiss will all compete for Team USA at the event.

The group will be up against Olympic vault champion Rebeca Andrade and two-time Olympian Flavia Saraiva, who will be representing their home country, Brazil. Aside from them, all focus is on Team Italy and Great Britain. Unfortunately for Italy, their champions, Asia D’Amato and Angela Andreoli had to withdraw from the event due to injuries.

In terms of individual events, Andrade will almost certainly qualify for the 2024 Paris Olympics based on her performance in 2022. If she falters, the potential candidates for the individual women’s competition might be Tang Xijing of China, Chiles and Jones of the United States, and Alice Kinsella of the United Kingdom.

World Artistic Gymnastics Championships in Liverpool in 2022: Top Male gymnasts

Teams China and Japan have great hopes for the men’s championship at the World Artistic Gymnastics Championships 2022. They are the most likely to win a gold medal. In addition to them, the United States team will take the podium in the hopes of capturing a medal. Team USA won the bronze medal at the 2014 World Championship. They will face heavy opposition from the men’s squad that won silver in 2015.

Individually, the young opponents Hashimoto Daiki (Japan) and Zhang Boheng face stiff battles (China). Brody Malone (USA), Carlos Yulo (Philippines), and Joe Fraser are among the other contenders (Great Britain).

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Preview of the 2022 World Artistic Gymnastics Championships in Liverpool:

Women’s qualifications will begin on October 29 from 7:55 p.m. to 10:55 p.m. On the first day, Belgium, the United States, Spain, and Romania will dominate the podium, with additional countries entering in the days that follow. The men’s competition will start on October 31, 2022, and end on November 1, 2022. Meanwhile, men’s vaults, high bars, parallel bars, women’s balancing beams, and floor exercises will be held on November 6.

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