Chelsea Davis

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Chelsea Davis
— Gymnast —
Full name Chelsea Elizabeth Davis [1]
Nickname(s) 'Bit,[1] Chels [2]
Country represented  United States
Born (1992-11-02) November 2, 1992 (age 22)
Austin, Texas , USA
Hometown Lakeway, Texas, USA
Residence Coppell, Texas, USA
Height 5 ft 1 in (1.55 m)
Discipline Women's artistic gymnastics
Level Senior International Elite
Years on national team 3 (2008-09 and 2010-11) [3] (2007-08)[4]
Club Texas Dreams
Gym Texas Dreams Gymnastics
Head coach(es) Kim Zmeskal Burdette and Chris Burdette
Choreographer Kim Zmeskal Burdette [5]
Music Thunder by nuttin but stringz [6]

This article is about Chelsea Davis the gymnast. For Chelsea Davis the diver, see Diving at the 2005 World Aquatics Championships#Notable events.

Chelsea Davis (born November 2, 1992 in Austin, Texas) is an American artistic gymnast.

Personal life[edit]

Davis is the daughter of Peggy and John Davis. Davis's older brother John coaches gymnastics in Arkansas. Her mother is retired. In addition to a sibling, she has a Chihuahua named Princess Molly. When she is not doing gymnastics, her hobbies include video games, board games and NASCAR. In the gym, Davis trains 36 hours a week.[8] Chelsea started gymnastics when she was 3 years old in her hometown. She now competes for the Georgia Gym Dogs.

Routines[edit]

Davis performs the following skills on bars, beam, floor, and vault.

Apparatus Skills D Score Top Score in World Championship/World Cup/Olympic Competition
Vault Yurchenko 112 5.3
Uneven Bars Jump to high bar Kip cast Tkatchev, Kip cast stalder full to Pak Salto, Kip cast 1/2 pirouette to toe up to high bar, Kip cast blind change to jaeger, Kip cast toe shoot full to bail, stalder up, Kip cast, giant giant full twisting double tuck. 5.9
Balance Beam Full turn, round off layout stepout, popa facing sideways, front tuck, side aerial, sissone split jump, switch leap to back pike, side somme, switch side, round off double pike. 5.3
Floor Exercise Front layout to punch double full to sissone, double tuck, round off 112 to front full, switch ring, switch side, tour jete half, double pike. 5.4

[9]

Floor Music[edit]

Competitive History[edit]

Competition placing results[edit]

Year Competition Description Location Apparatus Rank-Final Score-Final Rank-Qualifying Score-Qualifying
2006 U.S. Classic Kansas City Team
All Around
Floor Exercise
Uneven Bars 8
Vault 4
Balance Beam
2007 Junior Pan American Championships Guatemala City, Guatemala Team 1
All Around 3
Floor Exercise
Uneven Bars
Vault
Balance Beam 2
U.S. Classic Battle Creek, Michigan Team
All Around
Floor Exercise
Uneven Bars 3
Vault
Balance Beam 8
Visa Championships San Jose, California Team
All Around 4
Floor Exercise 5
Uneven Bars 6
Vault 10
Balance Beam 8
2008 Italy-Spain-Poland-USA competition Jesolo, Italy Team
All Around 6
Floor Exercise
Uneven Bars
Vault
Balance Beam
Gymnix International Montreal, Quebec, Canada Team 1
All Around 1
Floor Exercise 4
Uneven Bars 5 (Tie)
Vault
Balance Beam 2
U.S. Olympic Team Trials Philadelphia, Pennsylvania Team
All Around 8
Floor Exercise 9 (Tie)
Uneven Bars 7
Vault 11
Balance Beam 9
2010 CoverGirl Classic Chicago, Illinois Team
All Around
Floor Exercise
Uneven Bars 5 (Tie)
Vault
Balance Beam 8
Visa Championships Hartford, Connecticut Team
All Around 5 (Tie)
Floor Exercise 6
Uneven Bars 5
Vault
Balance Beam 6

[7]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b About Chelsea, Accessed on November 19, 2010
  2. ^ FIG gymnastics website, Accessed on November 19, 2010
  3. ^ Past National Team seniors, Accessed on November
  4. ^ Past National Team juniors, Accessed on November 19, 2010]
  5. ^ Fédération Internationale de Gymnastique, Accessed on November 19, 2010
  6. ^ a b Floor music posted on Twitter by Chelsea Davis, Posted on November 20, 2010
  7. ^ a b Competition Results, Accessed on November 19, 2010
  8. ^ Official site, Accessed on November 19, 2010
  9. ^ Skills posted on Twitter by Chelsea Davis, Posted on November 20, 2010

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