Max Whitlock can look towards Tokyo 2020 with renewed confidence despite his near-miss at the World Gymnastics Championships in Doha.
Max Whitlock missed out on making history by the narrowest of margins at the World Gymnastics Championships in Doha when he was pipped to pommel gold by China’s Xiao Ruoteng.
Max Whitlock returned to his imperious best in Doha with a pommel performance that suggested an unprecedented third consecutive world title is within his grasp.
While Max Whitlock was labouring to a second consecutive disappointment at the European Championships in Glasgow, Simone Biles swept all before her on a spectacular and poignant return at the US Nationals.
Max Whitlock will be forced to go it alone when he bids for his third consecutive World Gymnastics Championships title in Doha later this month.
Max Whitlock has announced that he and his wife Leah Hickton are expecting their first child in February.
History-maker Max Whitlock took two gold medals on a vintage day for Team GB with an all-action display of power, control and style.
Max Whitlock made history by becoming Great Britain’s first Olympic gymnastics gold medallist on Sunday.