Name Mia Falcone
Birthday August 8, 2003
Hometown Winter Springs, Florida
Parents Robert and Robyn Falcone
Siblings Rachel, Claire, Naomi, Daniel, Noah and Andrew
School Homeschooled
Grad Year Class of 2021
Gym Gymnastics USA
Coaches Kristy Aldrich and Nelson Jumelles
Level Level 10 (2016-Current)
Choreographer Dominic Zito
Floor Music International/Eastern music
Hours Trained 20 hours per week
Gym Goals JO Nationals & College Scholarship

Mia Falcone was born on August 8, 2003 in Arizona to Robert and Robyn Falcone, and was the third born of seven children. Mia enjoys living in a large family of nine! She currently lives in Sarasota, FL with her parents, two older sisters, Rachel and Claire; a younger sister, Naomi; and three younger brothers, Daniel, Noah and Andrew. Currently, Mia is homeschooled and will graduate from high school in 2021.

When Mia was eight years old, she asked if she could try gymnastics, pleading with her parents to give her one year to see what she could do. After three recreational classes, the coaches moved her to team, and Mia began competing level 4 at nine years old in 2012. Mia trained at Dinamo in Sanford, FL under coaches Alexander (Sasha) Tkatchev and Lydia Gorbik. Following her level 4 season, she moved in 2013 to Brandy Johnson's Global Gymnastics in Clermont, FL where she trained under coach Kelly Pitzen.

Mia tested out of level 5 and skipped level 6 before moving up to level 7 for the 2014 season. At the State Championships, Mia finished first in the all-around with a 38.375, first on vault and uneven bars, second on balance beam and third on floor exercise. She qualified to Florida’s State Team in the Region 8 Championships, where she finished sixth in the all-around with a 38.100, fourth on balance beam and fifth on uneven bars.

In 2015, Mia competed out of level 8 at the Atlanta Crown Invitational. One week later at the Texas Prime meet, Mia earned first on floor exercise and second on vault as a new level 9. Mia repeated her first place floor routine the next night in the Legendz Classic, a showcase meet. At the State Championships, Mia finished second in the all-around, and first on uneven bars and floor exercise. Mia placed fourth in the all-around with a 37.300, fourth on vault and fifth on balance beam at the Region 8 Championships. She qualified to the Level 9 Eastern Nationals in Kissimmee, FL where she placed 16th in the all-around and sixth on floor exercise.

As a first-year level 10 gymnast in 2016, Mia finished fourth in the all-around and third on vault and floor exercise at the State Championships. At the Region 8 Championships, she placed seventh in the all-around and third on vault. She qualified to the Junior Olympic Nationals in Ft. Worth, TX where she placed fourth on vault with a 9.550. Mia was noticed at JO Nationals by Valeri Liukin and invited to Developmental Camps at the Ranch, where she attended in the summer and fall of 2016 and improved her form. Mia started the 2017 season by winning the all-around title with a 37.950 at the IGI Chicago Style. She had the highest junior all-around score, which qualified Mia to the Nastia Liukin Supergirl in Newark, NJ. One week after competing in the Nastia Cup, Mia traveled to Montreal, Canada for the Gymnix International where she grabbed gold medals on vault, floor exercise and in the all-around. One week after returning from the Gymnix, Mia competed at State Championships where she finished second in the all-around with a 37.025, second on vault and third on uneven bars and floor exercise. In May, Mia participated in the Parkettes National Elite Qualifier where she passed the compulsories, a portion of elite testing. In the summer of 2017, Mia and her family relocated to Sarasota, FL, and Mia started training at EVO Athletics.

In the summer of 2017, Mia and her family relocated to Sarasota, FL. From 2017 until April 2019, Mia trained at EVO Athletics in Sarasota, FL under coaches Aimee Boorman and Jason Collins, with her goal to become an elite gymnast. After qualifying elite in 2018, injury prevented her from competing in the 2018 and 2019 seasons. Mia chose at that time to step down from elite training and focus on staying injury-free to obtain a Division I college gymnastics scholarship. In 2020, Mia qualified to the Level 10 State Championships but was unable to compete due to COVID-19 pandemic.