BETH Tweddle helped Britain's women gymnasts to secure their place at next year's Olympics by finishing sixth at the qualification event in Stuttgart, Germany.
The Bunbury ace joined Rebecca Downie, Hannah Clowes, Aisling Williams, Marissa King and Rebecca Wing to surpass all expectations and finished with 233.025 points and sixth place on Sunday.
That earned them an Olympic berth for Beijing, China, and a place in the World Team Final today.
Beth, who has been hampered with shoulder and foot injuries, said: 'We did it with flying colours. It was amazing. We qualified one place better than expected.'
The former Crewe and Nantwich GC ace will also take part in the all-round individual final tomorrow, and defend her bars world title on Friday.