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Beth Tweddle

(1985-), Gymnast; Olympian

Elizabeth Tweddle

Sitter in 2 portraits
During her career Tweddle won a total of 14 gold medals, eight silver medals and 6 bronze medals. In 2006 she won gold on the uneven bars at the World Cup final, the European Championships and the World Championships. She won bronze on the uneven bars at the 2012 London Olympics.

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Hannah Whelan; Jennifer Pinches; Beth Tweddle; Rebecca Tunney, by Anderson & Low - NPG P1805

Hannah Whelan; Jennifer Pinches; Beth Tweddle; Rebecca Tunney

by Anderson & Low
archival pigment print, 17 November 2011
NPG P1805

Women Gymnasts, by Anderson & Low - NPG x125680

Women Gymnasts

by Anderson & Low
bromide fibre print, 16 October 2001
NPG x125680


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