|Name Anna Elizabeth Moore|
|Birthday November 9, 2001|
|Hometown Winder, Georgia |
|Parents Brian and Jan Moore|
|School Jefferson High School|
|Grade 10th (2017-2018), Class of 2020|
|GPA 4.0 GPA; Honor Roll|
Anna was always climbing on everything, so her parents decided to enroll her into gymnastics at 18 months old so she could have a safe place to burn off energy. Anna fell in love with the sport and started competing level 2 at the age of six. At the beginning of Anna's gymnastics career, she trained at Spivey's Gymnastics in Winder, GA.
As a level 7 gymnast in 2012, Anna earned a bronze medal on uneven bars at the State Championships. Following her level 7 season, she moved to Georgia Gymnastics Academy in Lawrenceville, GA and has been there ever since. Anna began competing level 8 for the 2013 season. She finished fourth on balance beam at the State Championships and qualified to Regionals. She continued competing level 8 in 2014 where she placed third in the all-around and second on uneven bars at the State Championships. At the Region 8 Championships, she finished third on vault.
Anna moved up to level 9 for the 2015 season. She placed fifth on vault and sixth on balance beam at the State Championships, qualifying to Regionals. In 2016, Anna placed fourth in the all-around and second on floor exercise at the Level 9 State Championships. At the Region 8 Championships, she finished sixth in the all-around, fourth on uneven bars and fifth on vault. Anna qualified to the Level 9 Eastern Nationals in Virginia Beach, VA. In 2017, Anna placed fourth in the all-around and first on vault at the State Championships. At the Region 8 Championships, she placed sixth in the all-around and third on vault and floor exercise. She qualified to the Level 9 Eastern Nationals in Lansing, MI.
Currently, Anna is preparing for the 2018 season as a level 9/10 gymnast. She trains 20 hours per week at Georgia Gymnastics Academy in Lawrenceville, GA under coaches Judy Prestiogiacomo, Annette Kaiser and Amanda Cain. She is working hard to become a successful level 10 gymnast and to obtain a college gymnastics scholarship.