Alice Nicole Kinsella is an English artistic gymnast and member of British national gymnastics team. Check out this article for more details.
Alice Kinsella: Gymnastics | Father | Height |Gadirova
She is the 2018 Commonwealth Games and 2019 European champion on the balance beam, and the 2022 Commonwealth Games champion on floor. Kinsella won a third Commonwealth Games title as part of England’s gold-winning team all-around squad of 2022.
|Alice Nicole Kinsella
| Great Britain
|13 March 2001
Basildon, Essex, England, United Kingdom
|Sutton Coldfield, West Midlands
|157 cm (5 ft 2 in)
|Women’s artistic gymnastics
|Senior International Elite
Kinsella first started gymnastics at Tamworth Olympic Gymnastics Club. She then moved to Park Wrekin Gymnastics Club in Wellington, Shropshire and has continued training there since.
Her senior debut came in March 2017 where she finished seventh in the 2017 Stuttgart World Cup.
She competed at the 2017 European Artistic Gymnastics Championships in Cluj-Napoca, Romania where she placed tenth in the all-around.
In October 2017, Alice was chosen to represent Great Britain at the 2017 Artistic Gymnastics World Championships in Montreal, Quebec, Canada.
Alice Kinsella Gymnastics
Alice was named to the English team for the 2018 Commonwealth Games in Gold Coast, Australia, on 21 February, 2018.
Kinsella competed at the English and British championships where she finished second and fifth respectively.
In June she was selected to represent England at the 2022 Commonwealth Games alongside Ondine Achampong, Georgia-Mae Fenton, Claudia Fragapane, and Kelly Simm.
Kinsella was also selected to compete at the European Championships alongside Achampong, Fenton, and Olympic teammates Jennifer and Jessica Gadirova.
At the Commonwealth Games Kinsella led the English team to gold during the women’s team final.
Individually she qualified to the all-around, balance beam, and floor exercise finals. During the all-around final Kinsella fell off the balance beam and suffered mistakes on floor exercise resulting in a fourth place finish.
Additionally she finished fourth in the balance beam final before going on to win gold on floor exercise.
On the first day of competition at the European Championships Kinsella won silver in the all-around behind Asia D’Amato of Italy.
Additionally, she helped Great Britain qualify for the team final in second place, and individually she qualified for the uneven bars final.
Alice Kinsella’s father, Mark Kinsella, was a former Irish football manager and player who was also a celebrity in his own right.
And, as of right now, he is linked with Drogheda United as their coach, having previously worked with them as their assistant manager and as their manager.
|Mark Anthony Kinsella
|Date of birth
|12 August 1972
|Place of birth
|Dublin, Republic of Ireland
Kinsella began his career at Colchester United, before spells at Charlton Athletic, Aston Villa, West Bromwich Albion, Walsall and Lewes.
He played 48 times for the Republic of Ireland, scoring three goals and playing in the 2002 FIFA World Cup in Japan and South Korea. Kinsella is a former manager of Daventry Town.
Alice Kinsella Height
Kinsella was born on March 13, 2001, and is currently 21 years old. Alice Kinsella’s height is 5 ft 3 in or 160 cm.
|5 ft 3 in or 160 cm
|53 kg or 117 lbs
|March 13, 2001
In September 2019, she was named to the team to compete at the 2019 World Championships in Stuttgart with Ellie Downie, Becky Downie, Taeja James, and Georgia-Mae Fenton.
During qualifications, she helped Great Britain finished at 7th and earned a spot in the team final, advancing them to the 2020 Olympic Games in Tokyo, Japan.
In the team final, she contributed scores on vault, balance beam, and floor exercise, helping Great Britain to finish at 6th place.
As an independent player, she also qualified for the all-around final where she finished in 12th place.
Kinsella nevertheless recovered to post a strong score on floor and briefly held top spot before being overtaken by Italy’s Asia D’Amato, who won the title by 0.600 marks.
D’Amato’s compatriot Martina Maggio clinched the bronze medal with a total score of 53.965, while Jessica Gadirova and Ondine Achampong finished 10th and 13th for GB respectively.
Gadirova, Achampong, Kinsella, Georgia-Mae Fenton and Jennifer Gadirova helped GB qualify for the team final in second place with a total of 162.129 behind Italy, and all five also qualified for individual apparatus finals.
Jessica Gadirova will go for glory in the vault and floor finals, while her twin sister Jennifer qualified for the latter, and Achampong will compete in the beam final.
Great Britain’s Alice Kinsella followed up her Commonwealth Games success with the silver medal in the women’s all-around artistic gymnastics final at the European Championships in Munich.
The 21-year-old had taken team and floor gold in Birmingham only a couple of weeks before jetting off to Germany and finished with a total score of 54.132 to take second place on the podium.
A large stumble on her beam dismount cost Kinsella the chance to be crowned European champion, as she landed deep in her double piked back somersault and took several steps back, eventually going off the landing mat.