Brinn Bevan was only three years old when he first started gymnastics, and just two years later, joined the development squad at South Essex Gym Club in Basildon, Essex.
Aged 19, Bevan made his Olympic debut at Rio 2016, forming part of the men's squad who narrowly missed out on a medal after finishing fourth in the team event. This came after battling back from a broken leg suffered in November 2015.
Brinn was part of the GB team that took gold at both the 2012 and 2014 Junior European Championships, with all around bronze and parallel bars and rings silver also coming at the latter.
He made history by helping Team GB claim gold at the 2013 European Youth Olympic Festival in Holland, won pommel horse bronze at the 2015 European Games and then helped Great Britain record a historic silver medal at the World Championships later that year.