Maidstone gymnast Courtney Tulloch says he brings “the firepower to the team” after adding men’s rings gold to his Commonwealth Games team gold.
Tulloch, 26, showed exactly why he was the reigning Commonwealth champion on the rings with an exemplary performance, which saw him score 14.400 to finish top of the podium again.
He says he is proud to have become a quadruple Commonwealth Games champion on home soil in Birmingham having already won two golds and a silver on the Gold Coast, Australia, in 2018.
“I bring the firepower to the team,” he said after Monday’s success. “In the team event, my job was to score as high as I could on the hoops, so I’m happy I did that.
“Today, this was personal – rings is what I do. To come away