Chelsea Grimison
 
Chelsea  Grimison

Class:
Junior

Hometown:
Orlando, Fla.

High School:
Timber Creek

Height:
5-2

Event:
All-Around

Club Team:
Global Gymnastics


SOPHOMORE YEAR | 2016: Competed on the vault, balance beam and floor exercise during every team competition...participated in the all-around during the final three meets...notched a career-best score of 38.075 in all-around debut at Alaska...also registered a career-high balance beam score of 9.775 during that meet...that score was ranked third on the team in 2016...scored a career-best 9.625 on the vault during the triangular meet at Denver and again during the first contest in Alaska...scored a personal-best 9.675 on the floor exercise against Centenary...competed on the uneven bars three times, tallying a career-high mark of 9.600 during the team qualifying round of the USAG Collegiate Nationals...received the team’s Most Improved Award.

FRESHMAN YEAR | 2015: Did not compete in any team competitions...participated on the balance beam twice in exhibition.

HIGH SCHOOL | CLUB TEAM: Timber Creek High School...named a Scholastic Super Scholar...competed at the club level for Brandy Johnson’s Global Gymnastics Academy...coached by Brandy Johnson...three-time Level 10 national qualifier...also qualified to the NIT once...Level 10 state champion on the balance beam...finished second in the all-around at the Level 10 state championships...took third on the beam in the Level 10 regional championships.

PERSONAL: Full name is Chelsea Rose Grimison...nicknames are “Chels”, “Chelly”, “Chel Bell”, “Chili”, “Chili Dog” and “Lou”...daughter of Patrick and Myra Grimison...father is retired from the Navy...has one older brother...majoring in management...served as Element Leader...received Jump Wings in the summer of 2015...hobbies include anything artistic...loves chocolate milk...traveled to Scott AFB, Ill., over the summer for Operation Air Force...also served as an Element Leader during Basic Cadet Training...favorite event is the balance beam, because “it makes me push myself to be mentally tougher. Even though I may be scared of it at times, once I overcome the fear it makes me feel really good inside”...member of Cadet Squadron 31.

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