Glasgow World Cup 2012


After the exciting event which was the Stuttgart World Cup, the next event moves across Europe to Glasgow, Scotland. British Gymnastics host the final World Cup event of the year on December 8th where we will be sure to see Elizabeth Price overtake Jordyn Wieber at top of the points table, they are currently tied for top position. In the Men’s competition, Marcel Nguyen is top with 90 points, while Leyva and Purvis follow in second with 80 points each.

Once again this is an AA competition with points given for each placing. Both prize money (for the overall placings) and World Cup points are on offer, although the Wild Card cannot take World Cup points.

Prize money:

  • 1st: €15,000
  • 2nd: €12,000
  • 3rd: €8,000
  • 4th: €5,000
  • 5th: €4,000
  • 6th: €3,000
  • 7th: €2,000
  • 8th: €1,000

In terms of World Cup Points, the following will be awarded:

  • 1st: 50
  • 2nd: 45
  • 3rd: 40
  • 4th:  35
  • 5th:  30
  • 6th:  25
  • 7th: 20
  • 8th: 15


  • Kaitlyn Hofland (Canada)
  • Rebecca Tunney (Great Britain)
  • Niamh Rippin (Great Britain)
  • Elisabeth Seitz (Germany)
  • Vanessa Ferrari (Italy)
  • Wakana Inoue (Japan)
  • Elizabeth Price (USA)
  • Kim Bui (Germany)
  • Fabian Gonzalez (Spain)
  • Kristian Thomas (Great Britain)
  • Marcel Nguyen (Germany)
  • Kazuhito Tanaka (Japan)
  • Yusuke Saito (Japan)
  • Oleg Verniaev (Ukraine)
  • Danell Leyva (USA)
  • Daniel Purvis (Great Britain)


Session 1: 1pm – 3.30pm

  • MAG Floor
  • WAG Vault
  • MAG Pommel
  • WAG Bars
  • MAG Rings
Session 2: 4pm – 6.30pm
  • MAG Vault
  • WAG Beam
  • MAG P Bars
  • WAG Floor
  • MAG High Bar
Overall medal ceremony to follow

Online & Television Coverage

Olympian Jenni Pinches will be tweeting coverage on @BGMediaTeam and BGTV will be uploading the videos to youtube.

BBC will also be streaming online, unfortunately it is only available in Britain here. It will be shown on the BBC Sport website between 1pm and 3pm and also on BBC 1 between 1pm and 3pm on Sunday 15th, although we’ll have already seen routines by then.

Full Twist had hoped to be at this years Glasgow World Cup as we had such a fantastic time back in 2010, unfortunately it clashed with an important training schedule. Here’s to next year!


Image via Getty Images.



  1. Christian says:

    Is Price professional? If not, who gets the top prize money – does Wieber get it, or does it go unclaimed?

  2. Admin says:

    no, not that i know of.

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