Personal Information

Name Sydney Razeghi
Birthday March 8, 2005
Hometown Houston, Texas
Parents Dr. Peter and Gina Razeghi
School Bridgeway Academy - Edgenuity NCAA Program
Grad Year Class of 2023
GPA Honor Roll

Gym Information

Gym World Champions Centre
Coaches Laurent Landi and Cecile Canqueteau-Landi
Level Level 10 & Training Elite
Choreographer Cecile Canqueteau-Landi
Floor Music Arabian Dance
Hours Trained 34 hours per week
Gym Goals Elite and Division I College Scholarship



Sydney Marie Razeghi was born on March 8, 2005 in Houston, TX to Dr. Peter and Gina Razeghi. She has a younger brother, Alexander who is a nationally ranked tennis player. Currently, Sydney is an honor student at Bridgeway Academy - Edgenuity and she will graduate in 2023. When she has time outside of gymnastics, she loves spending time with her family and friends. She is very close with extended family where they see each other almost every weekend.

Sydney started gymnastics classes with her brother and cousins when she was a toddler but she did not start competitive team gymnastics until she was eight years old. She loves the sport because it keeps her healthy and happy. In addition, her mom and her twin sister did gymnastics and competed in college which is something Sydney hopes to do someday.

In 2014, Sydney swept the gold medals with a 38.725 in the all-around at the 2014 Level 3 South State Championships. She was named to America's Top 100 on vault, uneven bars, floor exercise (3x) and in the all-around (4x). She skipped three levels before moving up to level 7 for the 2016 season. She earned gold medals on vault, balance beam, floor exercise and in the all-around with a 39.350 at the Level 7 State Championships. She qualified to the Region 3 Championships, finishing first in the all-around with a 39.025 and first on uneven bars and balance beam. Sydney was named to America's Top 100 on uneven bars (3x), floor exercise and in the all-around (4x).

Sydney skipped level 8 and moved up to level 9 for the 2017 season. At the State Championships, she placed first on vault, second on floor exercise and fourth in the all-around. Sydney finished first on vault, second on floor exercise and fifth in the all-around at the Region 3 Championships. She qualified to the Level 9 Western Nationals where she placed first on vault and floor exercise and sixth in the all-around with a 37.425. Sydney was named to America's Top 100 on vault (3x) and floor exercise (2X). Following Sydney's level 9 season, she moved to World Champions Centre in Spring, TX.

As a first-year level 10 gymnast in 2018, Sydney placed first on vault and balance beam and second in the all-around with a 37.400 at the State Championships. At the Region 3 Championships, she finished first on vault, fourth on balance beam and fifth in the all-around with a 37.100. She qualified to the Junior Olympic Nationals in Cincinnati, OH where she earned a gold medal on vault with a 9.725. She also placed ninth on floor exercise with a 9.450 and 13th overall with a 37.525. Sydney was named to America's Top 100 on vault. In 2019, Sydney placed second in the all-around with a 37.775 and first on floor exercise at the State Championships. At the Region 3 Championships, she finished second in the all-around and second on uneven bars and floor exercise. She qualified to the Junior Olympic Nationals in Indianapolis, IN where she placed fourth in the all-around with a 38.175! She also placed third on vault and sixth on uneven bars and balance beam. Sydney made the Junior Olympic National Team.

Currently, Sydney trains 34 hours per week at World Champions Centre in Spring, TX under coaches Laurent Landi and Cecile Canqueteau-Landi. She hopes to become an elite gymnast and compete at the US Championships. Her long-term goal is to obtain a Division I college gymnastics scholarship.