MAX WHITLOCK'S STRUGGLES CONTINUE AS ERROR COSTS HIM CHANCE OF EUROPEAN CHAMPIONSHIP MEDAL

Max Whitlock's year of frustration continued in Glasgow when a mistake in the men's pommel final cost him the chance of a medal and handed gold to his emerging rival Rhys McClenaghan of Ireland.

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Ireland:
Glasgow: Coordinates: 555129N 41532W 55.858N 4.259W 55.858 -4.259
Rhys: Rhys is a popular Welsh given name , which is famous in Welsh history and which is also used as a surname. It is pronounced [rs] in North Wales, [ris] in South Wales, and ris in English. Anglicised forms of the name include Rice, Rees, Reese and Reece