Jennifer Pinches is a retired artistic gymnast who competed for Great Britain in the 2012 Summer Olympics in London and subsequently for the UCLA Bruins women's gymnastics team in the NCAA. In 2020, Pinches emerged as a prominent figure in the campaign against abusive coaching practices in gymnastics.
|Full name:||Jennifer Elizabeth Mary Pinches|
|Born:||May 25, 1994, Royal Tunbridge Wells, Kent, United Kingdom|
|Level:||Senior International Elite|
|Club:||City of Liverpool|
|College team:||University of California, Los Angeles|
|Head coach(es):||Valorie Kondos-Field|
|Former coach(es):||Amanda Reddin, Claire Duffy|
|Music:||Paint It Black|
|Twitter:||Jennifer Pinches's Twitter profile|
About Jennifer Pinches
Famous for winning a gold medal in the balance beam event and an all around silver medal at the 2012 British Gymnastics Championships, Pinches is also notable for finishing the 2010 Artistic Gymnastics World Cup with a bronze medal and for competing in the 2012 Summer Olympics as a member of the British Gymnastics Team.
Jennifer Pinches Before Fame
When she was just ten years old, she became the top ranked British gymnast in her age category.
Achievement of Jennifer Pinches
In 2013, she entered the University of California, Los Angeles, and began competing as a member of the UCLA Bruins NCAA gymnastics team.
Jennifer Pinches Family Life
She spent her childhood in Tunbridge Wells, Macclesfield, and Liverpool, England.
Associations of Jennifer Pinches
She and fellow English gymnast Becky Downie both competed in the 2011 and 2012 British Championships.
Information related to Jennifer Pinches
- UCLA Bruins women's gymnasts
- British female artistic gymnasts
- Olympic gymnasts of Great Britain
- Sportspeople from Bristol
- Gymnasts at the 2012 Summer Olympics