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The Longines 2022 Commonwealth Games Team member Alice Kinsella takes home gold medal in the women's floor exercise

Commonwealth Games


Longines was proud to celebrate the stunning victory of the Longines 2022 Commonwealth Games Team member Alice Kinsella in the women’s floor exercise on August 2. A native of Birmingham, the 21-year-old continued to distinguish herself on the global stage and to create moments of sporting history.

Alice Kinsella is no stranger to the stadium. This time, the 21-year-old had the privilege to compete at the Birmingham 2022 Commonwealth Games in her hometown and once again displayed boldness and excellence by winning a gold medal in the women’s floor exercise. As a dedicated supporter of artistic and rhythmic gymnastics, the Swiss watch brand was thrilled to witness the extraordinary achievement of its Team member and continued to support talented athletes like Alice, who strive to triumph and aim to reach new heights throughout the Games.
Alice Kinsella began her journey as artistic gymnast at the age of three. Raised in Birmingham, England, she has a lifelong ambition to perform at the highest level in her discipline. She became one of the UK’s most exciting young talents with her impressive past achievements that include her victory in Tokyo in the summer of 2021 and being a three-time medalist at the Gold Coast 2018 Commonwealth Games and the first British woman to ever win European Gold on the Beam apparatus at the European Championships in Szezcein, Poland.