|Name Kerrie Roberti Legault|
|Birthday September 17, 2000 |
|Hometown Greenwood, Indiana |
|Parents Renee and Ken Legault ||School Center Grove High School
||Grade 11th (2017-2018), Class of 2019
||GPA 4.23 GPA
||Awards National Society of High School Scholars (NSHSS), Outstanding Academic Achievement, Academic Excellence, Honor Roll |
Kerrie Legault was born on September 17, 2000 in Bloomington, IN to Renee and Ken Legault. She has two older brothers, Kevin and Mark and two dogs named Reggie and Cody. Currently, Kerrie is an honor student at Center Grove High School in Greenwood, Indiana and she will graduate from high school in 2019. When she has time outside of gymnastics, she enjoys swimming, drawing and listening to music.
Kerrie started gymnastics at Wright's Gymnastics Academy at the age of three. After a year of dance, she wanted to try gymnastics so her parents enrolled her in a class to try it. She has been in gymnastics ever since that day, and continues to love the sport.
Following her 2016 season, Kerrie’s performance declined as a result of low iron. In August, she was diagnosed with iron deficiency anemia. Fall 2016 was a period of transition. She began training at The Gymnastics Company in Indianapolis, IN, and with her low iron levels, there was a setback in her training. Although day to day activities were a struggle, Kerrie continued to train to a lesser degree until her health improved.
Kerrie competed level 8 in 2012 and 2013. In 2013, at the State Championships, Kerrie was the uneven bars champion with a 9.70, and at the Region 5 Championships she earned a bronze medal on uneven bars with a 9.725. Kerrie competed level 9 in 2014-2017 seasons. At the State Championships, she won the uneven bars title three consecutive years in 2014, 2015 and 2016, and in 2017 she earned a silver medal on uneven bars with a 9.425. Kerrie also was the uneven bars champion at the Region 5 Championships three consecutive years in 2015, 2016 and 2017. Kerrie qualified to the 2016 Level 9 Eastern Nationals and earned a silver medal on uneven bars with a 9.475. She was on the America’s Top 100 on uneven bars twice in 2016.
Kerrie trains 21 hours per week at The Gymnastics Company in Indianapolis, IN under coaches Kim Dykes, Carie Minshall, Maygan Bayles and Dianne Roland. Kerrie is working hard to qualify to the Junior Olympic Nationals and to compete for a college gymnastics team.