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Lilly Lippeatt

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Lilly Lippeatt
Full nameLillian Lippeatt
Country represented United States
Born (2004-08-28) August 28, 2004 (age 16)
Cincinnati, Ohio, USA
HometownMason, Ohio, USA
DisciplineWomen's artistic gymnastics
LevelSenior International Elite
Years on national team2019–21 (USA)
ClubCincinnati Gymnastics Academy
Head coach(es)Mary Lee Tracy
Assistant coach(es)Cassie Whitcomb
Medal record
Representing the  United States

Lillian Lippeatt (born August 28, 2004) is an American artistic gymnast.[1] She became a United States national team member in 2019 and made her international debut at the 2019 Gymnix International.

Career

Junior

Lippeatt began gymnastics in 2007.[1] Her first national competition was the 2015 HOPES Championships in Chicago, where she placed first on uneven bars and fifth all-around.[2]

In March 2017, Lippeatt competed at the Nastia Liukin Cup, placing first on floor exercise and beam, and seventh all-around.[3] In July 2017 she competed at the US Classic, placing seventh on floor and tenth all-around.[4] She also competed at the 2017 P&G Championships. There Lippeatt ranked 15th all-around,[5] 25th on vault, 24th on uneven bars, 14th on balance beam and tenth on floor exercise.[6]

In August 2018, Lippeatt competed at the US Gymnastics Championships in Boston and placed 21st all-around.[7]

She joined the United States' junior national team on 24 February 2019.[8] In March 2019, she made her international debut at Gymnix International alongside fellow American juniors Skye Blakely, Olivia Greaves and Kaylen Morgan.[9] The American team won the junior team final.[10] Individually Lippeatt finished fifth all-around[10] and won bronze on balance beam.[11] In July 2019, she competed at the GK US Classic, placing ninth all-around.[12] At the US Gymnastics Championships in Kansas City that August, Lippeatt finished fifth on uneven bars and floor exercise,[13] and eighth all-around.[14]

Senior

Lippeatt joined the senior national team on March 3 2020.[15] She made her senior debut on March 6-8 at Gymnix International. With teammates MyKayla Skinner, Faith Torrez and Emily Lee,[16] she won team gold and individually placed eighth on balance beam.[1]

References

  1. ^ a b c "USA Gymnastics | Lillian Lippeatt". usagym.org. Retrieved 2020-03-27.
  2. ^ "2015 HOPES Championships Meet Results" (PDF). United States Gymnastics. 24 July 2015.
  3. ^ "Rivers, Bauman win 2017 Nastia Liukin Cup". USA Gymnastics. Retrieved 2020-03-27.
  4. ^ "2017 US Classic Meet Results - Juniors" (PDF). United States Gymnastics. 29 July 2017.
  5. ^ "2017 P&G Championships - Women Day 2 - Meet Results Multi" (PDF). United States Gymnastics. 20 August 2017.
  6. ^ "2017 P&G Championships - Women Day 2 Event Results Multi" (PDF). 20 August 2017.
  7. ^ "2018 US Championships - Women Day 2 Meet Results - Multi" (PDF). USA Gymnastics. 19 August 2018.
  8. ^ "USA Gymnastics | Women's Past Junior National Teams". usagym.org. Retrieved 2020-03-27.
  9. ^ "U.S. women compete in 2019 Gymnix International". USA Gymnastics. Retrieved 2020-03-27.
  10. ^ a b "USA wins junior team title and two all-around medals at 2019 Gymnix International". USA Gymnastics. Retrieved 2020-03-27.
  11. ^ "USA wins four junior, senior event titles at 2019 Gymnix International". USA Gymnastics. Retrieved 2020-03-27.
  12. ^ "2019 GK US Classic Meet Results" (PDF). United States Gymnastics. 20 July 2019. Archived from the original (PDF) on 12 August 2019.
  13. ^ "2019 US Championships - Women Day 2 - Event Results Multi" (PDF). United States Gymnastics. 11 August 2019.
  14. ^ "2019 US Championships - Women Day 2 - Meet Results Multi" (PDF). United States Gymnastics. 11 August 2019.
  15. ^ "USA Gymnastics | Women's Past Senior National Teams". usagym.org. Retrieved 2020-03-27.
  16. ^ "U.S. women to compete in 2020 Gymnix International". USA Gymnastics. Retrieved 2020-03-27.
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