|Name Madison Carlisle |
|Birthday April 16, 2004 |
|Hometown Atlanta, Georgia ||Parents Derrick and Lois Carlisle
||Grad Year Class of 2022
||GPA 4.0 GPA; Honor Roll
Madison was flipping all over the furniture, so her parents took her to Little Gym when she was four years old. The staff at Little Gym said that they needed to take Madison to a real gym because she was too advanced for them. Madison started taking gymnastics classes at Gymsouth in Fayetteville, GA. However, her family Had to move to Texas due to her dad's job. Madison played soccer for three years before returning to gymnastics at the nine. Madison's family relocated to Maryland in the summer of 2014.
When Madison moved to Maryland, she was on the elite fast track. She went to a sanctioned meet in April 2015 and got her mobility score of 35.500 and first on vault and bars. She qualified to the State Games of America. After that meet, Madison had three weeks to prepare her level 8 meet. She qualified again with a mobility score of 34.75. She skipped level 6 and level 7 and quickly moved up to level 8 for the 2016-2017 season. At the State Championships, she placed third in the all-around, first on uneven bars and second on vault at the State Championships. At the Region 7 Championships, she finished first on vault and fifth on uneven bars.
Madison moved up to level 9 for the 2018 season. At the State Championships, she earned a silver medal on uneven bars. She qualified to the Region 7 Championships, finishing in the top ten in the all-around and third on vault and uneven bars. Following her 2018 season, Madison and her family relocated to Houston, TX, so Madison started training at World Champions Centre in Spring, TX. As a first-year level 10 gymnast in 2019, Madison placed sixth on uneven bars at the State Championships and qualified to the Region 3 Championships.
Madison trains 32 hours per week at World Champions Centre in Spring, TX under coaches Laurent Landi and Cecile Canqueteau-Landi. Madison would like to qualify to the Junior Olympic Nationals, to become an elite gymnast and to obtain a Division I college gymnastics scholarship.