Gold medal gymnast had nut allergy scare before Munich finals

A British gymnast who won a team gold medal in the European Championships almost did not compete after suffering an allergic reaction the night before.

Courtney Tulloch, who trains in Basildon, Essex, struggled to breathe and his face swelled up after eating noodles thought to contain nuts.

The gold and bronze medallist said he was not aware of any allergy to nuts before the meal.

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