Gymnastics at the 2022 Commonwealth Games
The competition schedule was as follows:
The gymnastics competitions are being held at Arena Birmingham, a venue which has played host to more than 30 sports in its history.
|Team all-around||Joe Fraser James Hall Jake Jarman Giarnni Regini-Moran Courtney Tulloch||Félix Dolci Mathys Jalbert Chris Kaji Jayson Rampersad Kenji Tamane||Georgios Angonas Michalis Chari Ilias Georgiou Marios Georgiou Sokratis Pilakouris|
|Team all-around||Ondine Achampong Georgia-Mae Fenton Claudia Fragapane Alice Kinsella Kelly Simm||Romi Brown Georgia Godwin Kate McDonald Breanna Scott Emily Whitehead||Laurie Denommée Jenna Lalonde Cassie Lee Emma Spence Maya Zonneveld|
|Team all-around||Tatiana Cocsanova Carmel Kallemaa Suzanna Shahbazian||Ashari Gill Lidiia Iakovleva Alexandra Kiroi-Bogatyreva||Marfa Ekimova Alice Leaper Saffron Severn|
There were 22 participating Commonwealth Games Associations (CGA's) in gymnastics with a total of 132 (56 men and 76 women) athletes. The number of athletes a nation entered is in parentheses beside the name of the country.
A total of 103 (56 men and 47 women) artistic gymnasts from 21 CGA's competed.
A total of 29 rhythmic gymnasts from 13 CGA's competed.
On 26 May 2022, Northern Irish gymnast and reigning Commonwealth Games champion on pommel horse, Rhys McClenaghan, announced on Twitter that he and his teammates, Eamon Montgomery and Ewan McAteer, would not be allowed by the International Gymnastics Federation (FIG) to compete at the 2022 Commonwealth Games due to them representing Ireland in international competition where Northern Ireland does not compete. The FIG stated that Irish gymnasts competing for Northern Ireland would be "a violation of the FIG Statutes and rules" and recommended that the athletes concerned change their FIG license nationality (in effect, switch to a British licence) if they wished to regain eligibility. +more The Northern Ireland Commonwealth Games Council accused the FIG of "completely disregarding" the 1998 Good Friday Agreement which states that people from Northern Ireland can consider themselves British, Irish, or both; at the time, no other ASOIF member federation associated with the Commonwealth Games had adopted the FIG's stance.
On 27 June the decision was overturned and the three Northern Irish gymnasts were permitted to compete at the Commonwealth Games for Northern Ireland while still representing the island of Ireland at other international competitions.