The event came to a successful close with the seven-day event helping with preparations for both athletes and the London 2012 Organising Committee.
Over 50,000 tickets were sold for the competition, with crowds enjoying group and individual Artistic, Trampoline and Rhythmic Gymnastics.
Part of the London Prepares series, Visa International Gymnastics was vital for the London 2012 Organising Committee (LOCOG) to test operations ahead of the London 2012 Games, including workforce, timing, scoring and results.
The event also saw success for several nations as they secured their places at the London 2012 Games. In the Artistic Gymnastics team qualification event, the Great Britain men’s team took the gold medal ahead of France and Spain and confirmed their place at the Games.
Great Britain gymnast Daniel Keatings (pictured) said: ‘It was amazing, especially the support from the home crowd. We had to pull together as a team after Tokyo (World Championships), but the crowd really lifted us.’
In the Rhythmic Gymnastics the host team from Great Britain missed out on qualification after narrowly missing the score required to prove they were good enough for the group event at London 2012. The team scored 44.950 in group qualifying, falling short of the 45.223 target set by the British Olympic Association.
Debbie Jevans, Director of Sport at LOCOG said: ‘The Visa International Gymnastics was the largest test event that we have run to date. As an Olympic qualifying event we had to ensure everything was delivered to the highest standard and the team performed really well.
‘The event has put us in great shape for delivery of the Games-time event in what is a spectacular venue.’
For more information about London 2012 test events visit the London Prepares series website