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Logan Elizabeth Varnadore was born on October 4, 1999 in Aiken, South Carolina to Chris and Leigh Varnadore. She has identical twin sister, Leighton (Alex) and an older brother, Will. Logan has two dogs named Brandy and Chester and one cat. Currently, she is a senior at South Aiken High School and she will graduate from high school in the spring of 2017.

Logan, or Lizzy as she is known in the gymnastics world, had her 5th birthday party at the gym and kept going ever since. She joined the pre-team at Aiken Gymnastics and quickly progressed in the sport. She has been training under coaches Draha & Radik Krizova and Sabina Jokulis her whole gymnastics career.

As a level 6 gymnast in 2008, Lizzy earned gold medals on vault, uneven bars, floor exercise and in the all-around at the State Championships. She moved up to level 7 for the 2009 season. She placed third on balance beam and in the all-around with a 37.150 at the Get Your Feet Wet. At the Sand Dollar Invitational, she finished fifth on uneven bars and balance beam. She had a solid meet at the East Coast Classic, finishing fourth in the all-around and second on balance beam. Lizzy finished first on floor exercise and second on balance beam and in the all-around with a 37.575 at the Charleston Cup. At the State Championships, she grabbed gold medals on balance beam, floor exercise and in the all-around with a 37.900. She also placed second on vault and third on uneven bars. At the Region 8 Championships, Lizzy placed 13th in the all-around and ninth on balance beam.

Lizzy moved up to level 8 for the 2010 season. She finished third in the all-around and second on balance beam and floor exercise. At the Flip Fest Invitational, she finished fourth in the all-around. Lizzy placed third on balance beam and second on floor exercise at the Magical Classic. At the Excalibur Cup, she finished fourth in the all-around and fifth on floor exercise. She then placed fourth on balance beam at the Charleston Cup. At the State Championships, Lizzy finished second in the all-around, first on balance beam and third on uneven bars. She concluded her season at the Region 8 Championships. In May, Lizzy traveled to Ljubljana, Slovenia with her club teammates for the Zelena Jama Open.

In 2011, Lizzy placed third on floor exercise at the Greater New York Invitational. At the Gamecock Invitational, she placed first on uneven bars, balance beam, floor exercise and in the all-around. She finished fourth in the all-around and third on uneven bars and balance beam at the Greensboro Invitational. At the Gasparilla Classic, Lizzy placed third in the all-around and first on balance beam. Lizzy had a great meet at the State Championships where she finished first on uneven bars and in the all-around with a 37.250 as well as second on vault and third on balance beam. At the Region 8 Championships, she placed tenth in the all-around and eighth on uneven bars and balance beam.

As a first-year level 9 gymnast in 2012, Lizzy placed first on floor exercise and third on uneven bars and balance beam at the Crown of the Carolinas. At the Lady Luck Invitational, she placed fourth in the all-around and third on uneven bars. She placed first on vault and second on uneven bars, floor exercise and in the all-around at the Jim Gault Invitational. At the Charleston Cup, she finished fifth in the all-around, second on balance beam and third on floor exercise. Lizzy earned a bronze medal on uneven bars at the State Championships. At the Region 8 Championships, she placed eighth in the all-around and seventh on balance beam and she was the first alternate for the Level 9 Eastern Nationals.

In 2013, Lizzy started her second-year level 9 season at the Crown of the Carolinas, finishing first in the all-around and second on balance beam. At the Christmas on the Chesapeake, she finished third in the all-around, second on vault and first on uneven bars. At the Charleston Cup, she placed second on vault and third on uneven bars, floor exercise and in the all-around. Lizzy had a great meet at the Everest Classic, finishing third in the all-around with a 37.425 as well as second on vault, balance beam and floor exercise. At the State Championships, she finished second in the all-around and first on vault and balance beam. She qualified to the Level 9 Eastern Nationals after finishing sixth in the all-around and third on balance beam at the Region 8 Championships. In the summer, Lizzy traveled to Europe for 15 days of training and competition with her teammates. She trained in Austria, Slovakia and Czechoslovakia. Lizzy placed third in the all-around at the Worthersee Cup in Klagenfurt, Austria. At the Gym-Festival Trnava in Slovakia, she placed 14th in the all-around and qualified to floor finals where she finished seventh.

As a first-year level 10 gymnast in 2014, Lizzy placed first on vault, second on uneven bars and fifth in the all-around at the Myrtle Beach Invitational. At the Atlanta Crown Invitational, she finished third on vault and sixth in the all-around. She placed second on vault and balance beam and fifth overall at the Parkettes Invitational. At the USAG Sports Festival, she placed second on vault and fourth on uneven bars and in the all-around. At the Charleston Cup, she finished third on vault, balance beam and in the all-around. Lizzy had a solid meet at the State Championships, finishing third in the all-around and second on vault and third on uneven bars and floor exercise. She concluded her season at the Region 8 Championships where she placed 11th on vault out of 39 gymnasts.

In 2015, Logan started her season at the Star Struck Invitational, finishing seventh in the all-around. At the Paws for a Cause, she placed fourth in the all-around and third on vault and floor exercise. Logan placed sixth in the all-around at the Magical Classic and Everest Classic. She did really well at the State Championships where she placed second in the all-around, first on vault and third on floor exercise. At the Region 8 Championships, she placed eighth on uneven bars.

Logan only did two meets in 2016 due to an injury. She finished fifth on uneven bars at the State Championships.

Currently, Lizzy is preparing for the 2017 season where she hopes to qualify to the Junior Olympic Nationals. She trains 25 hours per week at Aiken Gymnastics in South Carolina under coaches Draha Krizova, Radik Krizova and Sabina Jokulis. Lizzy would like to qualify to junior international elite and to obtain a college scholarship to a Division 1 school.