|— Gymnast —|
|Full name||Amelia Magdalena Hundley|
|Country represented||United States|
January 21, 1998 |
|Level||Senior International Elite|
|Years on national team||2011-present (Junior)|
|Head coach(es)||Mary Lee Tracy|
|Assistant coach(es)||Amy Wurth|
Amelia Magdalena Hundley (born January 21, 1998) is an American artistic gymnast. She won team gold medals competing for the United States at the 2012 Pacific Rim Gymnastics Championships and the City of Jesolo Trophy.
Hundley is training 35 hours a week at the Cincinnati Gymnastics Academy under coaches Mary Lee Tracy and Amy Wert. She wishes to represent the US at international meets. Hundley has described it as her burning ambition to participate in the World Gymnastics Championships and the 2016 Olympic Games.
Born January 21, 1998 in Cincinnati, Ohio, Amelia started tumbling (gymnastics) at the age four in the dance studio run by her mother, a professional tumbler. She proceeded into gymnastics and by age seven was competing in the level-5 (Level 5 is the second level of USAG competition), 2005 Gatlin Classic. In 2006, she won the all-around, balance beam and floor exercise titles at the Fiesta Bowl Invitational. By 2007, Hundley had advanced to compete as a level-7 gymnast, and in 2008 advanced again to compete as a level-10 gymnast.
Hundley, as a junior international elite gymnast from Cincinnati Gymnastics Academy (CGA) in Ohio, participated in the gold medal winning United States team at the 2012 Pacific Rim Gymnastics Championships. In June 2012 she competed in the VISA Championships, also known as the USA Gymnastics National Championships, improving her AA score from 56.750 to 57.250. In March 2013, Hundley participated with the United States national squad in its group performance in the City of Jesolo Trophy, in Jesolo, Italy.
Hundley's senior debut came at the Secret U.S. Classic in August 2014, where she placed 6th AA, advancing to Nationals.
At the 2014 P&G Gymnastics Championships, Hundley placed sixth in the all-around, seventh on the balance beam and floor, and eighth on the uneven bars. She was named to the national team and the Pan American Championships team.
In August and September, Hundley competed at the Pan American Championships in Mississauga, Canada. She helped the American team place first in the team competition.
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