In April, Tweddle competed at the European Championships in Berlin, Germany despite having an injured shin. In event finals, she placed first on uneven bars scoring 15.100 and fourth on floor scoring 14.300.
In May, Tweddle participated in the British Team Championships in Guildford, United Kingdom. She contributed scores of 14.900 on uneven bars and 14.300 on floor toward her club, City of Liverpool's, first place finish.
In July, Tweddle competed at the British Championships in Liverpool, United Kingdom. She placed first on uneven bars scoring 15.200 and first on floor scoring 15.250.
In October, Tweddle competed at the World Championships in Tokyo, Japan. She contributed scores of 15.666 on uneven bars and 14.533 on floor toward the British team's fifth place finish. This was the team's highest placement ever and qualified a full team for the Olympics. In the floor final, Tweddle placed seventh with a score of 14.500. She said, "The week has been a great success as we achieved our number one aim and we've got the British women's team qualified for 2012 so that’s now the focus."
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