Name Isabell "Bell" Johnson
Birthday February 11, 2002
Hometown Norman, Oklahoma
Parents Derrick and Kimberly Johnson
Siblings Sisters, Beth & Becca; Brother, Brandt
Hobbies Dance, Art, and hanging out with friends
School Norman North High School
Grad Year Class of 2020
GPA 4.0 GPA with college prep classes

Isabell "Bell" Johnson was born on February 11, 2002 in Norman, OK to Derrick and Kimberly Johnson. She has two older sisters, Beth and Becca and one older brother, Brandt. Currently, Bell is an honor student at Norman North High School and she will graduate from high school in 2020. She is taking college prep classes and is part of Gifted and Talented program.

Bell has eleven years dance experience at Massay's Dancestar Productions in Norman, OK and she continues to take dance classes as she is able with her gymnastics schedule. She has training in tap, jazz, lyrical, ballet and musical theater and she is an award winning jazz soloist. She made the Encore Performing Arts Elite Dance Team in 2012 where she spent a week in Las Vegas on scholarship attending their dance convention and performing in the opening number of their National competition.

Bell's older sisters and brother did gymnastics, so naturally, she followed them into the sport when she was 18 months old. Bell has been training at Bart Conner Gymnastics Academy in Norman, OK her whole gymnastics career. Bell started competing level 4 in 2009. In 2011, Bell finished first in the all-around with a 37.450, first on balance beam and second on vault and floor exercise at the Level 5 State Championships.

Bell skipped level 6 and started competing level 7 for the 2012 season. She placed eighth in the all-around with a 36.375 and fifth on vault at the State Championships. Bell moved up to level 8 for the 2013 season. She finished fifth in the all-around with a 37.575, third on vault and fifth on uneven bars and balance beam at the State Championships. She qualified to the Region 3 Championships where she placed 13th in the all-around with a 37.925 in a very tough group of competitors!

As a first-year level 9 gymnast in 2014, Bell finished fifth in the all-around and fourth on vault and floor exercise at the State Championships. At the Region 3 Championships, she placed fifth on vault. She continued competing level 9 in 2015 where she won the all-around title at the Texas Prime Meet and qualified to the Legendz Classic as a member of Kyla Ross's team. At the State Championships, she finished second in the all-around, first on vault and second on uneven bars. She had a great meet at the Region 3 Championships where she finished second in the all-around with a 37.825, second on vault and floor exercise and third on balance beam. She qualified to the Level 9 Western Nationals in Spokane, WA where she finished 12th in the all-around with a 36.775, ninth on balance beam and tenth on vault.

In 2016, Belle moved up to level 10. She placed first in the all-around, first on floor exercise and second on vault, uneven bars and balance beam at the State Championships. She qualified to the Region 3 Championships where she placed ninth in the all-around with 37.100 and seventh on balance beam. Bell was the second alternate for the Junior Olympic Nationals. In 2017, Bell placed firs ton vault, uneven bars, floor exercise and in the all-around with a 37.500 at the State Championships. At the Region 3 Championships, she finished fourth in the all-around and second on vault, qualifying to the Junior Olympic Nationals in Indianapolis, IN. In 2018, Bell grabbed gold medals on uneven bars and in the all-around at the State Championships. She qualified to the Junior Olympic Nationals in Cincinnati, OH after finishing fifth overall with a 37.500 and third on vault at the Region 3 Championships.

Bell had a great 2019 season. She placed first on uneven bars, balance beam, floor exercise and in the all-around with a 37.425 at the State Championships. At the Region 3 Championships, she finished third in the all-around with a 38.200, third on uneven bars and fourth on balance beam. She qualified to the Junior Olympic Nationals in Indianapolis, IN, finishing in the top 15 in the all-around.

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