UK's only World Cup round - 7 December 2013
Glasgow World Cup Gymnastics 2013 will be back at Emirates Arena on Saturday 7th December with another star-studded line-up of international gymnasts battling for medals.
Taking place shortly after the 2013 World Championships, this will be a fantastic opportunity to see many of the world's best gymnasts on your favourite apparatus.
Find out here who will be competing in this years Glasgow World Cup.
Live Streaming & TV Highlights
Live streaming of the Glasgow World Cup will be available on 7 December. Simply click here and you can watch all the action from the comfort of your own home.
BBC1 will also show a highlights programme from this year’s event. This will be shown on Saturday 14 December from 1.45pm – 4.30pm.
International TV coverage
Glasgow World Cup will be broadcast live or as highlights packages across the globe in 2013. Below is a list of broadcasters covering the event so check local listings in your country or territory to see all the action!
|SportTV - Brazil
||PCTV - Mexico
||Slovak TV - Slovakia|
|Nova Sport - Greece
||Nova Sport - Cyprus
||Sport TV - Portugal|
|Enjoy TV - France
||Astro - Malaysia
||SuperSport - South Africa|
|Starhub - Singapore
||Dubai Sports Channel - UAE
||One World Sports - USA |
|Sports TV - Turkey
||Dolce Sports - Romania
||VTR - Chile|
|Hong Kong Cable
||True Vision - Thailand
World Cup schedule - 7 December 2013
Please note schedule is subject to change without prior notification
||Doors open to the public|
||Glasgow World Cup competition starts|
||Glasgow World Cup - Medal ceremony|
Men's Under 12/14 & Women's Espoir Championships
New for 2013 we have expanded the Glasgow World Cup weekend to include the British Men's under 12, under 14 and the Women's Espoir championships! Taking place from 6th - 8th December the boys under- 12, under- 14 and girls espoir (12/13 yrs. old) British Championships promises to showcase the most exciting emerging gymnastics talent in the UK and our Olympians of the future.
Competing in the magnificent Emirates Arena the younger gymnasts will gain experience of performing under pressure in a world class environment as they battle for highly coveted British titles. The action across six pieces of men's equipment and four for the women will crown the all-around British champions along with individual apparatus titles. Many of the gymnasts who will be competing will already be part of the Great Britain’s squads and looking ahead to World Championship and Olympic Games of the future.
Glasgow World Cup 2013 tickets will be valid for all junior sessions meaning you can now enjoy 3 days of artistic gymnastics competition. Individual session tickets for the junior competitions are also available. Please note that junior session tickets DO NOT include access to the World Cup event on Saturday 7 December 2013.
||Women's Espoir All Around Competition|
||Women's Espoir Apparatus Competition|
||Men's Under 12s Competition|
||Men's Under 14s Competition |
New compact competition format
A new compact competition format will offer spectators non-stop action throughout a single mixed session between 1.00pm and 4.30pm.
The 2012 event witnessed a thrilling battle between Team GB's Dan Purvis and Olympic silver medallist Marcel Nyugen that went down to the very last round. And a breath-taking performance by the women's champion Elizabeth Price of the USA confirmed her potential as a future Olympic and World champion.
Sold out in 2012
Completely sold out in 2012, and for 2013 is no exception. Tickets for the Glasgow World Cup are now sold out. However we do have a waiting list you can be added to. Please call the box office on 0141 353 8000 to be added.
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