Kyla Ross

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Kyla Ross
— Gymnast —
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Ross at the 2012 Secret US Classic
Personal information
Full name Kyla Briana Ross
Nickname(s) Mighty Mouse[1]
Country represented  United States
Born (1996-10-24) October 24, 1996 (age 17)
Honolulu, Hawaii
Residence Aliso Viejo, California
Height 5 ft 4 in (1.63 m)[2]
Discipline Women's artistic gymnastics
Level Senior International Elite
Club Gym-Max Gymnastics
Head coach(es) Jenny Zhang and Howie Liang
Former coach(es) Sandy Dornbuch, Katherine Anderson, Debra Hutchinson, and Nikolai Dorochenko
Music 2012: The Phantom of the Opera
2013: Le Cirque

Kyla Briana Ross (born October 24, 1996) is an American artistic gymnast who was a member of the gold medal-winning US women's gymnastics team at the 2012 Summer Olympics[3] and the 2013 World all-around silver medalist.[4]

Personal life[edit]

Kyla Ross was born on October 24, 1996 in Honolulu, Hawaii to Jason and Kiana Ross. Her father is of African American and Japanese ancestry, and her mother is of German, Filipino and Puerto Rican descent.[5] She has two younger siblings, and she attends Aliso Niguel High School in Aliso Viejo, California.[6]

Ross's mother has said that her daughter was always very strong with a lot of energy. "She was born with muscles. We would go to the park and everybody would say 'Whose baby is on top of that jungle gym?' And I would say 'Oh, that's my baby. Don't worry about her, she's fine.'"[7] Her father added, "It would use all my effort to get her to sit in her car seat, and I'm a pretty big guy, a strong guy. When she was born, we were like, 'Oh my goodness, she has triceps, she has quads hanging off her. What the heck's going on?’ And she was just super strong. I mean, at an early age, she was able to walk across the monkey bars, just hanging herself."[5]

Ross began gymnastics when she was three years old at Greenville Gymnastics Training Center in Greenville, South Carolina. She later trained at Richmond Olympiad in Virginia and National Gymnastics Training Center in Aliso Viejo, CA before she moved to Gym-Max Gymnastics in Costa Mesa, California in 2005.[8] Her coach, Jenny Zhang, was skeptical about Ross's future in gymnastics. She has said, "She had this square body, no legs, square shoulders. Howie (Liang) said 'Don't worry about her. She will have long legs.'"[7]

Junior career[edit]

2009[edit]

In April, Ross competed at the American Classic in San Diego, California. She placed second behind McKenzie Wofford in the all-around competition with a score of 55.316.[9]

In July, Ross competed at the Cover Girl Classic in Des Moines, Iowa. She placed first in the all-around competition with a score of 57.000. In the event finals, she placed first on vault scoring 15.200, fifth on balance beam scoring 13.950, and fifth on floor scoring 14.250.[10]

In August, Ross competed at the Visa Championships in Dallas, Texas. She placed first in the all-around competition with a two-day combined score of 114.00.[11] In the event finals, she placed first on vault scoring 30.350, first on balance beam scoring 29.000 and third on floor scoring 28.200.[12] She said, "It's a dream come true to compete in the Visas. I've watched it since I was 7."[13]

In November, Ross competed at the Pan American Championships in Aracaju, Brazil. She helped the American team place first in the team competition. Individually, she placed first in the all-around competition with a score of 57.400.[14] In the event finals, she placed first on uneven bars scoring 14.150, first on balance beam scoring 15.000, and second on floor scoring 13.800.[15]

2010[edit]

In March, Ross competed at the City of Jesolo Trophy in Jesolo, Italy. She placed second behind Russian Anastasia Grishina in the all-around competition with a score of 56.700.[16]

In April, Ross competed at the 2010 Pacific Rim Gymnastics Championships in Melbourne, Australia. She helped the American team win first place in the team final.[17] Individually, she placed second behind fellow American Jordyn Wieber in the all-around competition with a score of 58.000.[18] In the event finals, she placed first on vault scoring 15.100, second on uneven bars scoring 14.250, and second on floor scoring 14.200.[19]

In July, Ross competed at the Cover Girl Classic in Chicago, Illinois. She placed third behind Jordyn Wieber and Katelyn Ohashi in the all-around competition with a score of 58.700. In the event finals, she placed fourth on vault scoring 15.200, fourth on uneven bars scoring 14.550, first on balance beam scoring 15.250, and eighth on floor scoring 13.700.[20]

In August, Ross competed at the Visa Championships in Hartford, Connecticut. She placed first in the all-around competition with a two-day combined score of 116.450.[21] In the event finals, she placed third on vault scoring 30.450, seventh on uneven bars scoring 27.600, first on balance beam scoring 29.900, and third on floor scoring 28.500.[22] She said, "It feels really great to win for my second time in a row. It's a great opportunity and I was very excited. I knew there was a lot of hard competition."[23]

In September, Ross competed at the Pan American Championships in Guadalajara, Mexico. She helped the American team finish first in the team final.[24] Individually, she placed first in the all-around competition with a score of 57.998.[25] In the event finals, she placed sixth on uneven bars scoring 13.350[26] and second on floor scoring 14.075.[27]

2011[edit]

In March, Ross competed at the City of Jesolo Trophy in Jesolo, Italy. She won the all-around competition with a score of 58.750.[28]

In July, Ross competed at the Cover Girl Classic in Chicago, Illinois. She placed first in the all-around competition with a score of 58.850.[29] In the event finals, she placed second on vault scoring 15.250, first on uneven bars scoring 15.000, fourth on balance beam scoring 14.650, and third on floor scoring 13.950.[30] When asked if she got nervous, she replied, "I still get nervous, but this isn’t as big as Pac Rims, so we’re not as much representing the US, but our own gym, but I still want to do my best."[31]

In August, Ross competed at the Visa Championships in Saint Paul, Minnesota. She placed second in the all-around competition behind Katelyn Ohashi with a two day combined score of 117.650.[32] In the event finals, she placed second on uneven bars scoring 29.600, second on balance beam scoring 30.450, and sixth on floor scoring 27.650.[33]

Senior career[edit]

2012[edit]

In March, Ross competed at the 2012 Pacific Rim Gymnastics Championships in Everett, Washington. She helped the American team place first in the team competition.[34] Individually, she placed second in the all-around competition behind fellow American Jordyn Wieber with a score of 59.200.[35] In the event finals, she placed second on uneven bars scoring 15.050, first on balance beam scoring 15.375, and third on floor scoring 14.375.[36] Afterwards she said, "I don't really pay attention to anyone before I go up, so I wasn't really sure what happened before. I just did the beam routine as I always do it in practice. I think it was one of my better routines. I had a few bobbles, but it was pretty clean throughout, and it was better than the first one (in Friday's team finals)." When asked about the Olympics, she said, "There are very few spots, and it's a very slim chance, so you just have to go home and train as hard as you can every day and hope you make the team. I'm trying to get more experience as a senior and get out there and show my skills and show that I'm strong and a good competitor."[37]

At the end of March, Ross competed at the City of Jesolo Trophy in Jesolo, Italy. She won the all-around competition with a score of 59.850.[38]

In May, Ross competed at the Secret U.S. Classic in Chicago, Illinois. She placed second behind Aly Raisman in the all-around competition with a score of 59.800. She also placed second on uneven bars scoring 15.450, fifth on balance beam scoring 14.700, and fifth on floor scoring 14.350.[39]

In June, Ross competed at the Visa Championships in St. Louis, Missouri. She placed fourth in the all-around competition with a two day combined score of 119.950.[40] In the event finals, she placed second on uneven bars scoring 30.850, fourth on balance beam scoring 30.100, and sixth on floor scoring 28.650.[41] Ross said, "I’m definitely working towards the Olympic team, which is my big goal. I really want to contribute in the All Around, but I think my strengths are vault, bars, and beam, so that’s what I want to show Marta here. It’s the same Visa Championships as every other year, but with the Olympics coming up it’s obviously more of a big deal. All I want to do is go out and have a solid meet. I’ve been training routines as usual with maybe a little more emphasis on cleaning them up, so hopefully that consistency will help me have a good meet."[42]

At the beginning of July, Ross competed at the Olympic Trials in San Jose, California. After the first day she said, "Oh my gosh, I love the crowd. I walked in and shock went right through me. There were so many people and the crowd was just so loud. I was so thrilled to have everyone there watching the meet, but especially my friends and family. I had huge support behind me and was so happy that all of my teammates could come, and that my family could come watch me. A lot of my family from all over the country came."[43] She placed fifth in the all-around competition with a two-day combined score of 120.000.[44] She also tied for first on uneven bars scoring 31.150, and placed third on balance beam scoring 29.950.[45] Afterward, Ross was chosen as a member of the team that will be sent to the 2012 Summer Olympics. She said, "This is the most surreal feeling. Hearing my name called, I couldn't even believe it."[46]

Kyla Ross was featured on the cover of Sports Illustrated with the rest of the USA Women's Olympic Gymnastics team on the July 18, 2012 issue of Olympic Preview. This event marked the first time an entire Olympic gymnastics team had been featured on the cover of Sports Illustrated.[47]

London Olympics[edit]

At the end of July, Ross competed at the 2012 Summer Olympics in London, United Kingdom. She helped the American team, nicknamed the "Fierce Five",[48] qualify first to the team final,[49] and individually, she qualified as the second reserve for the uneven bars final with a score of 14.866,[50] After qualifications, Ross said, "It was definitely exciting competing here today. I was surprised I wasn't too nervous. I thought we did well and hopefully we can come back in team finals and fix our little mistakes and do even better."[51] In the team final, she contributed scores of 14.933 on uneven bars and 15.133 on balance beam toward the American team's gold medal finish.[52] Ross said, "We all did our events the best that we could and hit our routines, and we are all really proud of each other. It was really fun watching floor. McKayla and I were together cheering as loud as we could. We were screaming so loud."[53]

2013[edit]

Ross was slated to compete at the 2013 American Cup, but later withdrew from the roster due to an ankle injury.[54] However, she performed an exhibition balance beam routine after the competition had ended.

In March, Ross was chosen to be a part of the USA's European Tour Team who would compete in the City of Jesolo Trophy in Jesolo, Italy and the USA-Germany-Romania Tri-Meet in Chemnitz, Germany.

Later in March, Ross competed at the City of Jesolo Trophy in Italy. Ross won gold medals in the team and uneven bars competitions, and she won silver in all-around and balance beam.[55]

A week later, Ross competed in the USA-Germany-Romania Tri-Meet in Chemnitz, Germany. Ross contributed to the USA's first place finish. Ross also won the All-Around competition with a score of 59.300.

At the Secret U.S. Classic in July, Ross won gold medals in all-around and uneven bars and a silver medal on balance beam.[56]

At the P&G Championships in August, Ross finished second in the all-around. She won gold medals in uneven bars and balance beam.[57] Ross was invited to the qualifying camp for the 2013 World Artistic Gymnastics Championships. On September 15, Ross was one of four gymnasts named to the United States team set to compete at the 2013 World Artistic Gymnastics Championships in Antwerp, Belgium.[58]

In October, Ross competed at the 2013 World Artistic Gymnastics Championships in Antwerp, Belgium. In the all-around final, Ross started on vault, she did a double twisting yurchenko (15.366). On bars, she performed cleanly (15.100). On beam, she finished strong with a double tuck dismount (14.533). On floor, Ross showed a beautiful routine to finish with 14.333 for the silver medal (59.332).[59] She scored 15.266 and finished in second place in the uneven bars final, behind Huang Huidan. Ross was also awarded the Longines Prize for Elegance along with Japanese gymnast Kohei Uchimura, an award given to the male and female gymnast who has displayed the most charisma, charm, and elegance as determined by a voting jury. She also placed 2nd in the balance beam final with a score of 14.833, .067 behind Aliya Mustafina.[60]

2014[edit]

Ross was slated to compete at the 2014 American Cup but withdrew from the roster due to a back injury.[61]

Over March 22-23, Ross competed at the City of Jesolo Trophy in Italy, where she won gold medals in the team and all-around competitions. She also won silver in uneven bars and floor exercise but finished 6th in balance beam.[62] The following month (April 9-12), Ross competed at the Pacific Rim Championships in Richmond, B.C., Canada. She won gold medals in team and balance beam and took silver in all-around, uneven bars, and floor exercise.[63]

On August 2, Ross competed at the Secret U.S. Classic, where she finished second all-around and third on uneven bars, first on balance beam, and second on floor.[64]

Competitive history[edit]

Year Event AA Team VT BB UB FX
2008 Women's Junior Olympic Level 10 National Championships 1st 2nd 1st 1st
2009 American Classic (junior) 2nd 3rd 1st 3rd
CoverGirl Classic (junior) 1st 1st 5 5
Visa Championships (junior) 1st 1st 1st 3rd
Junior Pan American Championships 1st 1st 1st 1st 2nd
2010 City of Jesolo Trophy (junior) 2nd
Pacific Rim Championships (junior) 2nd 1st 1st 2nd 2nd
CoverGirl Classic (junior) 4 1st 4 8
Visa Championships (junior) 1st 3rd 1st 7 3rd
Pan American Championships 1st 1st 6 2nd
2011 City of Jesolo Trophy (junior) 1st 1st 2nd 1st 2nd 7
CoverGirl Classic (junior) 1st 2nd 4 1st 3rd
Visa Championships (junior) 2nd 3rd 2nd 2nd 6
2012 Kellogg's Pacific Rim Championships 2nd 1st 1st 2nd 3rd
City of Jesolo Trophy 1st 1st 3rd 1st 1st 8
Secret U.S. Classic 2nd 4 5 2nd 5
Visa Championships 4 4 2nd 6
U.S. Olympic Trials 5 3rd 1st(T)
Olympic Games 1st
2013 City of Jesolo Trophy 2nd 1st 2nd 1st
Secret U.S. Classic 1st 2nd 1st 12
P&G Championships 2nd 1st 1st 7
World Championships 2nd 2nd 2nd 5
2014 City of Jesolo Trophy 1st 1st 6 2nd 2nd
Pacific Rim Championships 2nd 1st 1st 2nd 2nd
Secret U.S. Classic 2nd 1st 3rd 2nd

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