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Max Whitlock: Britain's jumping, tumbling and pommel-horse pioneer on his gold medals, wedding plans and Conor McGregor 

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Max Whitlock is Britain’s first Olympic gymnastics champion, winning two gold medals at the Rio Games. Sportsmail has followed his Road to Rio over the past four years.
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