Personal Information

Name Logan Buckmon
Birthday May 12, 2005
Hometown White Plains, Maryland
Parents Kim and Joseph Buckmon
School McDonough High School
Graduation Year Class of 2023
Awards Principal's Honor Roll (2006-Present)
Gym Information

Gym Hill's Gymnastics
Coaches Kelli Hill, Cynthia Smaha and Amy Martelli
Level Level 10 (2018-Current)
Choreographer Linda Johnson
Floor Music The Violin Song
Hours Trained 22.5 hours per week
Goals JO Nationals, Nastia Liukin Supergirl, College Scholarship

Logan Buckmon was born on May 12, 2005, in La Plata, MD to Kim and Joseph Buckmon. She is greatly loved by her older sister, Courtney, and younger brother, Joseph. Currently, Logan is a student at McDonough High School and will graduate in 2023. When she has time outside of gymnastics, she loves to swim, shop, sing and listen to K-Pop with her family and friends.  

Logan was always very active from the time she was able walk. She ran everywhere and climbed on everything. Logan would often attend practice with her older sister who was a USAG level 9 competitive gymnast. At a young age, the coaches took notice of Logan’s strength, flexibility and focus when they began putting her on the apparatus for fun. Logan did not show any fear and always wanted more. She loved watching her sister and her teammates practice and compete. She soon became the team’s little mascot. Her mom decided to enroll Logan in a Tiny Tots class at Unique Sports Academy when she was 18 months old because she needed to funnel her energy in a safe environment. Naturally, she was immediately invited to train with the pre-team gymnastics program. Logan became competitive at the age of six and quickly moved the levels. Logan was a strong compulsory gymnast, she place in the top three in almost every meet including states.

Upon entering the optional levels, Logan was immediately invited to train with levels 8-10 by Unique Sports Academy’s Optional Head Coach, Deborah Mairs. Logan caught Coach Debi’s attention with her strong bars and clean form. She thrived under her guidance and continued perfect her technique. In April 2017, Logan had the meet of her life at the Level 8 Regionals held in Monaca, PA. Logan came to the Regionals as the 2017 Maryland State Level 8 Vault Champion. At the Regionals, she earned her personal bests on uneven bars, balance beam, floor exercise and all-around in the Junior B session. Through hard work, dedication and competitive training with her Coach, Deborah Mairs and Assistant Coach, Jason Radford, Logan shined, placing fourth out of 52 gymnasts with a 38.175.

In the summer of 2017, Coach Debi accepted a position at Apollo Gymnastics in Woodbridge, VA. Logan decided to follow her coach. She had strong level 9 season in 2018 where she had 10.0 start value on all four events. Logan earned a career high of 9.800 on her Yurchenko layout on vault, which also landed her on America’s Top 100 for level 9. Logan placed third in the all-around at the State Championships with a 37.700 and placed in the top ten at the Region 7 Championships with a 37.100.

Logan moved up to level 10 for the 2019 season but was unable to compete most of the season due to an injury. In 2020, Logan was unable to compete due to COVID-19 pandemic. Logan finally returned competing in 2021. She placed third on vault and fourth on floor exercise at the State Championships. She qualified to the Region 7 Championships where she finished fifth on vault.

In the spring of 2019, Logan moved to Hill's Gymnastics in Gaithersburg, MD. In 2021, Logan placed third on vault and fourth on balance beam at the State Championships and fifth on vault at the Region 7 Championships. In 2022, Logan finished fifth in the all-around and fourth on floor exercise at the Level 10 State Championships. At the Region 7 Championships, Logan finished fourth in the all-around with a 38.450 and fourth on vault and uneven bars. She qualified to the Level 10 National Championships in Mesa, AZ where she placed 22nd overall with a 37.500 and fifth on balance beam.