Q: Do you have a nickname?
Q: When and why did you first become interested in gymnastics?
A: My mother signed me up when I was four years old, and I never stopped.
Q: When did you want to compete at a high level?
A: When I moved from mini team to team, and I realized how fun it was. I also liked
watching the older girls do big tricks, and that made me want to compete at a higher level.
Q: What about competition appeals to you?
A: The feeling of accomplishment and the feeling that I get when I win.
Q: What is your training regimen?
A: I train six days a week for a total of 30 hours a week.
Q: What is your favorite event?
A: Floor and uneven bars
Q: What is your favorite skill?
Q: Who is your favorite gymnast or who is your “idol”?
A: My favorite gymnasts is Aly Raisman
Q: How have you grown as a gymnast during your career, both skill wise and mentally?
A: I have matured as a gymnast and my determination to perfect my skills continue to grow.
Q: If you had to select one life-lesson that gymnastics has taught you, what would it be?
A: Gymnastics has taught me is to never give up!
Q: What are your biggest accomplishments or best memories in your career?
A: My biggest accomplishment is qualifying for the Nastia Liukin Cup.
Q: What grade are you in school, and where do you go to school?
A: I am in ninth grade and attend Northport High School.
Q: Do you want to compete in collegiate gymnastics?
A: Yes, I would love to compete in collegiate gymnastics.
Q: Do you have any hobbies or favorite activities?
A: I love to bake.
Q: What is your favorite food?
Q: What is your favorite movie?
A: The Devil Wears Prada
Q: What is your favorite music group?
A: Taylor Swift and Maroon 5
Q: Are any of your family members current or former athletes?
A: My sister Alex is a swimmer.
Q: If you had to pick 3 words to describe yourself as a gymnast, what are they?
A: Determined, focused, competitive