Emma Slevin has become the first Irish female gymnast to reach an all-round final at the European Gymnastics Championships.

Slevin finished 27th with an overall score of 50.432 in qualifying in Basel, with the Swiss event also serving as an Olympic qualifier, but only for those gymnasts who didn't compete at the 2019 World Championships.

The 18-year-old from Galway ranked 26th in the vault, 29th in the asymmetric bars, 39th in the beam and 51st in the floor exercise.

Team-mate Meg Ryan only competed in three of the four apparatuses, omitting the vault as she prioritises a longer build up towards Tokyo 2021 for which she is first reserve.

Rhys McClenaghan, who has already secured his Olympic berth, will compete alongside team-mate Adam Steele on Thursday.

The men's and women's all-round finals take place on Friday, with the apparatus finals set to take place on Saturday and Sunday.

All the action from the concluding stages will be broadcast live on RTÉ Television and on the RTÉ Player.