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Annika Reeder

Annika Louise Reeder was born September 28, 1979, Harlow, Essex, Great Britain) is a British gymnast. She is one of Great Britain’s most accomplished gymnasts in history. She was the first gymnast from Great Britain to compete in two Olympic Games, in 1996 and 2000. Just like her sister, Kirsty, she started gymnastics young – at the age of three in 1982. She trained at the South Essex Gym Club under coach Rod Smith. She made her international debut at the 1993 Junior European Championships and entered the senior ranks in the following year.
Amongst her achievements are two Olympic Games, five World Championships, and three Commonwealth Games gold medals from 1994 and 1998. Annika was also a European floor finalist in 1994, and vault finalist in 1998. She won the Senior British Championship twice, and was runner up four times.

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