Joe Fraser cannot wait to show his form on the platform having been appointed in the GB squad for the World Gymnastics Championships in Stuttgart.
Where he will be expecting to perform in the Olympics next 26, the 20-year-old Sky Sports Scholar has lately returned from a coaching camp at Tokyo.
Fraser won gold at the British Championships in March from also the High Bars as well as the Parallel Bars, and was in the all-around at this season’s European Championships.
With the championships to be held in Germany between October 4-13,” Fraser stated:”I’m so proud to be in the place I am now awarded the quantity of hard work and commitment I have placed over the past couple of weeks.
“I’ve tried to enhance my beginning values which means, obviously, my routines are more difficult than they’ve ever been before, which means I want to be fitter than I’ve ever been before and trying harder than I’ve ever tried before.
“I’m super pleased to carry out the way I’d in the World Championship trials and I am happy to take away the British team name with city of Birmingham and the London Open title .
“Being a part of the British group constantly excites me because I know what we are able to and what we could achieve when we put our minds together.
“I couldn’t have done this without the help of my family, friends and patrons rather than forgetting my amazing coach that has been there with me every step along the way.
“I say’bring on the World Championships today!’ .”
Also from the GB men’s team is double world champion Max Whitlock, 2018 European flooring winner Dominic Cunningham, current British winner James Hall and also Giarnni Regini-Moran, that competes as a senior gymnast in his first big championship.
The girls group for the championships would be shown on September 19.
James Thomas, British Gymnastics operation director, added:”Choosing the teams for the World Championships always provides tough choices for selectors and this is testament to the depth of world-class gift.
“I am delighted we now have a set of talented gymnasts representing Great Britain that will excite the crowds in Stuttgart together with the intention to qualify both our teams to its Tokyo 2020 Olympics.”