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Brooke Donabedian

Class of 2020

Region 2, Level 10 gymnast at

Metropolitan Gymnastics - Kent, Washington


2019 Season Goals:

To compete a strong yurchenko full on vault, perfect current skills & improve new skills.

Long Term Goal:

Earn a DI college scholarship, obtain a bachelor and M.D. degree, and become a sports medicine physician.

Most recent videos: 2019 Season Training

November 2018 Updates

September 2018

July 2018



*2018 JO Nationals Competitor

*2018 Level 10 Regional Championships Competitor

Beam Champion

*2017 Washington State Championships Competitor

Beam Champion, All-Around Champion

*2016 JO National Championships Competitor

*2016 Regional Championships Competitor

Bars Champion, Floor Champion

All-Around Champion

*2015 Regional Championships Competitor

Bars Champion, Floor Champion, and All-Around Champion

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Brooke is in her 4th year competing as a level 10 gymnast.  Her favorite and best event is bars.  She studies in the 11th grade at Tahoma High School with a standard GPA of 3.6.  She is interested in pursuing a medical degree in college with a passion for sports medicine.  To relax, Brooke enjoys dancing and drawing.


2018 Season

JO National Championships: May 2018

Vault: 9.225 (43); Bars: 9.225 (31); Beam: 9.425 (15); Floor: 9.325 (30); AA: 37.200 (28)


Fun Fact:

"I’m a junior winemaker! I help my Dad make wine with the grapes from our vineyard. I help with pruning, harvesting, crushing and fermenting the grapes. When it’s ready, I also help him bottle and cork the wine."

Favorite Quote:

“Hard work beats talent when talent doesn't work hard.”  ― Kevin Durant

Personal Quote:

"I am always trying to set the bar higher for myself. This motivates me to achieve my personal best. Every morning I ask myself, 'What can I do today that will help get me one step closer to my dream?' I have a lot of motivational support including my parents, coaches, teammates and friends. I look to them for encouragement and advice to help me be the best that I can be. In 5-10 years, I see myself pursuing my medical degree, and then after college, working as a medical doctor with sports professionals, helping team players stay healthy or recover from injury and getting them back into their sport in the best shapE possible". - Brooke Donabedian

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