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Madison began gymnastics in 2003 at the age of six at World Olympic Gymnastics Academy (WOGA) in Plano, Texas. Currently, she trains 35 hours per week under coaches Natasha Boyarskaya and Laurent Landi. Madison has been with Natasha her whole gymnastics career.

She competed as a level 4 gymnast in 2004 and level 5 in 2005. In 2005, she placed first on vault and third in the all-around at the Rising Stars Invitational. She finished fourth in the all-around at the District Qualifier and third in the all-around at the Judges Cup. At the District Championships, she placed first on balance beam, second on vault and third in the all-around. At the Level 5 State Championships, she finished fourth in the all-around as well as third on vault. Her final level 5 meet was in 2006 at the WOGA Classic where she won the all-around title with a 39.150. She also placed first on vault, uneven bars and balance beam.

Madison moved up to level 6 for the fall 2006 season. She placed first on vault, uneven bars, floor exercise and in the all-around at her first meet, the Rising Stars Invitational. Madison followed this performance by sweeping the gold medals at the District Qualifier. Madison finished first on vault, uneven bars, floor exercise and in the all-around at the District Championships. At the North State Championships, she won the uneven bars and all-around titles. Madison ended her level 6 season at the State Championships, placing first on uneven bars and in the all-around. In 2007, she competed one meet as a level 7 gymnast at the WOGA Classic where she won the uneven bars title.

In 2008, Madison moved up to level 8. She finished first on vault and in the all-around at the Metroplex Challenge. At the WOGA Classic, she earned gold medals on vault, uneven bars and in the all-around. She swept the gold medals at the Dragon Invitational and Yellow Rose Classic. At the Rose City Classic, she placed first on vault, floor exercise and in the all-around. Madison earned gold medals on vault, uneven bars and in the all-around at the Level 8 State Championships with a 39.250. At the Level 8 Regionals, she finished first on vault, uneven bars, floor exercise and in the all-around.

Madison began competing as a level 9 gymnast for the 2009 season. She started the season at the WOGA Classic where she finished first on vault, uneven bars, floor exercise and in the all-around. She placed second in the all-around at the Metroplex Challenge. At the Great West Gymfest, she placed first on vault, floor exercise and in the all-around. She qualified to the event finals on vault and won this event. Madison swept the gold medals at the Houston National Invitational. At the Level 9 State Championships, Madison earned gold medals on vault, uneven bars and in the all-around. She placed first on vault and uneven bars as well as third in the all-around at the Level 9 Regionals. This qualified Madison to the Level 9 Western Nationals where she brought home gold medals on vault, uneven bars and in the all-around. In July, Madison qualified to junior international elite after winning the Texas National Elite Qualifier. At the US Classic in Des Moines, Iowa, she qualified for the VISA Championships in Dallas, Texas. She did really well at the VISA Championships where she finished sixth in the all-around and made the Junior US National Team. In November, Madison was selected to represent the USA team at the Top Gym in Belgium. She earned a bronze medal in the all-around as well as a gold medal on vault and a silver medal on balance beam.

In 2010, Madison started the season at the WOGA Classic and finished second in the all-around in the international session for juniors. In March, she won the all-around title at the Houston National Invitational. Madison traveled to Chicago, IL for the US Covergirl Classic where she finished fifth in the all-around and third on uneven bars. At the VISA Championships in Hartford, CT, she placed fifth in the all-around and third on uneven bars. This qualified Madison to the Junior US National Team for the second time.

At the 2011 WOGA Classic, Madison finished second in the all-around in the international session for juniors. In March, Madison helped the USA team to win the team gold medal ahead of Russia and Italy at the City of Jesolo Trophy in Italy. Individually, Madison finished second in the all-around. In 2012, Madison finished second in the all-around and first on uneven bars at the WOGA Classic in the international session. She missed most of 2012 season due to a minor injury.

Madison came back in 2013 by re-qualifying to elite with a 55.450 at the WOGA National Elite Qualifier. At the WOGA Classic in the international session, she placed second on uneven bars and third on vault. Madison placed third in the all-around and first on uneven bars at the Houston National Invitational. At the American Classic, she placed first on vault, uneven bars and in the all-around with a 55.200, qualifying to the P&G Championships. Madison did really well at the Secret US Classic where she placed seventh in the all-around with a 55.350 and second on uneven bars. At the P&G Championships, Madison was second on uneven bars and balance beam during prelims, however, she rolled her ankle on floor exercise and was unable to finish the meet. Madison was named to the Senior US National Team.

In 2014, Madison placed first on uneven bars and second on balance beam at the WOGA Classic in the international session. She was named to the USA team for the City of Jesolo Trophy in Italy where she placed first on uneven bars in the event finals. In July, she traveled to Chicago, IL for the Secret US Classic and placed second on uneven bars. At the P&G Championships in Pittsburgh, PA, Madison only competed on two events, finishing second on uneven bars and fifth on balance beam. Madison was named to the US National Team and she was also selected to attend the Senior Pan American Championships in Toronto, Canada. One week after P&G Championships, Madison traveled to Toronto where she helped the USA team to finish first ahead of Brazil and Mexico. Madison also qualified to event finals, finishing second on uneven bars and fourth on balance beam. A few weeks later, Madison was selected to represent the USA team at the World Championships in Nanning, China where she helped the USA team to win second straight World team title.