Amanda Bailey

Gymnastics

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Biography
Amanda is the daughter of Jackie and Melinda Bailey. Her two younger sisters, Samantha and Rebecca, also participate in T&T. Amanda's favorite actor is Elijah Wood, and her favorite actress is Meg Ryan. Her plans for the future are to become a coach and work with kids. Amanda's role model is Karen Cockburn, "just because she is an amazing athlete and she has worked hard to achieve her goals."

Personal Information
Hometown: Lubbock, TX
Began Gymnastics In: 1997
Favorite Gymnastics Thing: I love that I get to travel all over the world. Also, the friends that I have made in this sport are priceless.
Favorite Event: Trampoline
Favorite School Subject: science

Interests Outside the Gym
Favorite Music/Book: Matchbox 20, Maroon 5/Harry Potter series, Lord of the Rings trilogy
Hobbies: reading, being outdoors

National Competition Results
2008 Winter Classic, Tulsa, Okla.: 4th-TR
2007 Winter Classic, Lubbock, Texas: 2nd-TR, SY
2006 U.S. Championships, Schaumburg, Ill.: 1st-SY; 3rd-TR
2005 U.S. Elite Challenge, Phoenix, Ariz.: 2nd-TR
2005 Winter Classic, Fort Smith, Ark.: 2nd-TR
2004 U.S. Elite Challenge, Birmingham, Ala.: 5th-TR
2003 U.S. Championships, Sacramento, Calif.: 2nd-TR (Jr. Div)
2002 U.S. Championships, Cleveland, Ohio: 1st-DM; 10th-TR (Jr. Div)
2001 U.S. Championships, San Antonio, Texas: 5th-SY; 11th-TR (Jr. Div)
2000 U.S. Championships, Cincinnati, Ohio: 1st-SY; 3rd-TR, DM (Jr. Div)
1999 U.S. Championships, Anaheim, Calif.: 5th-SY; 28th-TR (Jr. Div)

International Competition Results
2008 Grenzland Cup, Aachen, Germany: 8th-TR
2007 World Championships, Quebec City, Quebec, Canada:
2007 World Age Group Competition, Quebec City, Quebec, Canada: 3rd-DM (Jr. Div)
2007 World Cup, Lake Placid, N.Y.:
2007 World Cup, Quebec City, Quebec, Canada:
2006 World Cup, Salzgitter, Germany: 9th-SY
2006 Pan American Championships, Pan American Championships, Mexico: 1st-Team; 4th-TR
2006 World Cup, Savognin, Switzerland: 10th-SY; 17th-TR
2006 Grenzland Cup, Aachen, Germany: 9th-TR
2005 Flower Cup, Aalsmeer, Netherlands: 4th-TR
2003 Canada Cup, Oakville, Canada: 5th-TR
2003 Flower Cup, Amsterdam, Netherlands: 12th-TR
2002 World Cup, Greensboro, N.C.: 7th-TR (Jr. Div)
2002 Canadian National Championships, Red Dear, Canada: 6th-TR