Matt Baker introduces highlights of the ten apparatus finals as the European Championships conclude in Moscow.
The eight gymnasts in each final came through qualifying during the week and now start afresh in their quest for gold.
Host nation Russia are expected to dominate, while Great Britain's best medal chance arguably comes in the men's pommel horse, despite the absence of Olympic silver medallist Louis Smith. Max Whitlock, who took bronze at London 2012, is in the team along with Daniel Keatings, the first British man to win a major gymnastics title when he clinched European gold in 2010.
In the women's events, 15-year-old British prodigy Gabby Jupp is looking to fill the void left by experienced pair Beth Tweddle and Hannah Whelan, who won two European bronze medals last year. Jupp earned European junior bronze in the floor exercise in 2012 and is making her senior international debut in Moscow.
Analysis comes from Louis Smith and fellow London Olympian Jennifer Pinches, with Christine Still and Craig Heap providing the commentary.