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Coach accused of weight shaming Amy Tinkler remains a Team GB selector

A gymnastics coach under investigation for allegedly weight shaming Olympic bronze medallist Amy Tinkler remains a selector for this summer's GB Olympic team, Telegraph Sport understands. National coach Colin Still was last September embroiled in Tinkler’s ongoing allegations against British Gymnastics, in which she accused the governing body of failing...
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The sad reason why Amy Tinkler retired from Gymnastics

Olympic gymnast Amy Tinkler and her pro-skater partner Joe Johnson joined the Dancing on Ice line-up last month after TV star Denise Van Outen was forced to quit the show. Despite being a last minute addition to the show, Amy has already impressed viewers and the judges alike, even scoring an impressive score of 28 on her first week.
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Dancing On Ice star Amy Tinkler says painful SPLIT from boyfriend days before Valentine's performance may have been reason for early elimination

She was eliminated from the ITV competition following a shock skate-off last week. And Dancing On Ice star Amy Tinkler has revealed that her recent painful split from boyfriend Max Cinnamon just days before her Valentine's performance may have contributed to her early exit. The Olympic athlete, 21, told how...
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Amy Tinkler leaves Dancing on Ice

Amy Tinkler has left 'Dancing On Ice' after missing out in the skate off to Lady Leshurr. Amy Tinkler has left 'Dancing On Ice'. The Olympic gymnast and her skating partner Joe Johnson have been booted out of the ITV skating show on Sunday night (14.02.21), after losing in the skate-off to Lady Leshurr, who is partnered with Brendyn Hadfield.
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Dancing On Ice star Amy Tinkler reacts to low score from Jayne Torvill

Dancing On Ice star Amy Tinkler has said she agrees with judge Jayne Torvill’s decision to give her a low score during her debut on the show. The Olympic gymnast, 21, took to the rink on Sunday night, replacing Denise Van Outen who pulled out of the ITV series following a shoulder injury.