Matchroom Sport are delighted announce that Clinique, one of the world’s leading premium cosmetic brands, have joined the forthcoming World Cup of Gymnastics in the role of associate sponsor. The World Cup of Gymnastics is taking place at London’s famous O2 Arena on Saturday, April 8.

Part of Estée Lauder Companies, Clinique has been an innovative leader in skincare and makeup since its launch in 1968 as the world’s first dermatologist-created, prestige cosmetics brand. The brand’s customised approach and quality products (all allergy tested and 100% fragrance free) have made Clinique one of the leading skin care authorities in the world, with products for men and women of all ages and ethnicities.

The World Cup of Gymnastics features some of the best gymnasts in the world, with the women competing in the afternoon and the men in the evening. Clinique will be using their iconic brand for the afternoon event whilst Clinique for Men will be attached to the men’s event.

Team GB stars such as Olympic bronze medalists Amy Tinkler and Sam Oldham will be carrying home hopes as they vie for the top prize in the prestigious ‘all-around’ competition.

The competition is coming back home to London as one of the most spectacular and popular events in the world of gymnastics as part of a new partnership between British Gymnastics and Matchroom Sport.

Olympic champion Oleg Verniaiev tops the bill of international competitors, which includes Rio Olympians Tabea Alt (GER), and Eddy Yusof (SUI).

Commented Rachel Baker, Clinique’s Vice President & General Manager; “At Clinique we are thrilled to be part of this new and exciting venture for British sport. As a brand that actively seeks to inspire confidence, empower and celebrate talent, we can think of nowhere better to show our support than at this truly world class event.”

Barry Hearn, Chairman of Matchroom Sport, said: “This is fantastic news for the event. I believe that gymnastics has unlimited potential both as a spectator sport as well a fitness activity and we’re delighted to have such an impressive brand as Clinique on board for the World Cup of Gymnastics.”

The iPro Sport World Cup of Gymnastics will take place on Saturday, April 8 at The O2, London and will be broadcast live throughout on Sky Sports as well as dozens of nations around the globe. The women’s session will take place in the afternoon with the men’s competition in the evening. Limited tickets are available at