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|— Gymnast —|
|Full name||Amelia Magdalena Hundley|
|Country represented||United States|
January 21, 1998 |
|Level||Junior International Elite|
|Years on national team||2011-present (Junior)|
|Head coach(es)||Mary Lee Tracy|
|Assistant coach(es)||Amy Wurth|
Born January 21, 1998 in Cincinnati Ohio to Mike and Sharon, Amelia started tumbling (gymnastics) when she was just an infant of age four in the family-owned dance studio run by her mother, a tumbler by profession. Soon, she got into gymnastics and at age seven was already competing in the level-5( Level 5 is the second level of USAG competition), Gatlin Classic, in 2005. In 2006, she bagged the all-around, balance beam and floor exercise titles at the Fiesta Bowl Invitational. There was no looking back for this very young gymnast as she soon jumped to level seven, all the time improving her pre-records. The year 2008 saw her, as a level-10 gymnast.
After Amelia, as a junior international elite gymnast from Cincinnati Gymnastics Academy (CGA) in Ohio, participated as a strong contingent from the gold medal winner United States team at the 2012 Pacific Rim Gymnastics Championships in March 2012, in Italy, in June same year, she gave an outstanding performance in the VISA Championships, also known as the USA Gymnastics National Championships, and improved her AA score from 56.750 to 57.250. In March 2013, representing the United States national squad, Amelia excelled again in group performance in the City of Jesolo Trophy, in Jesolo, Italy.
Currently, training 35 hours a week at the Cincinnati Gymnastics Academy under coaches Mary Lee Tracy and Amy Wert, Amelia wishes to represent United States at international meets. Her burning ambition is to participate in the World Gymnastics Championships and the 2016 Olympic Games.
- USA Gymnastics. "USA Gymnastics: Amelia Hundley". Retrieved on May 22, 2013.
- "Amelia Hundley". gymstyle.com. Retrieved 29 May 2013.
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