Ainsleigh Wyman began gymnastics at the age of three. As a toddler, Ainsleigh liked to climb on everything, so her parents decided to put her in gymnastics. Ainsleigh began competing in January 2015 as an Xcel Silver. At her first meet, the Atlanta Crown Invitational, Ainsleigh won the ault, beam, and all around titles. Ainsleigh had a great first year of competitive gymnastics and went on to win the vault, bars, floor, and all around titles at the Georgia State Championships.
Following her great season of Xcel Silver, Ainsleigh decided to begin competing in the JO program. In September 2015, Ainsleigh competed one meet of level 4 in which she won the bars and all around titles. During the winter/spring 2016 season, Ainsleigh competed level 5. At her first meet of the season, Ainsleigh came home with gold medals on bars, beam, floor, and in the all around. For the next four meets, Ainsleigh won the all around titles. In April, Ainsleigh competed at the Georgia State Championships where she won the bars and floor titles and took home bronze medals on beam and in the all around.
Ainsleigh’s optional career began in January 2017 at the Sand Dollar Invitational. As a level 7, Ainsleigh placed fifth on bars and floor. Ainsleigh continued to improve throughout the season and went on to win the floor title and place second on bars and in the all around. Ainsleigh also qualified to the Region 8 Championships. Here, Ainsleigh placed in the top 10 on floor.
In 2018, Ainsleigh competed level 8 and opened up her season at the Atlanta Centennial Classic where she earned silver medals on beam and floor and a bronze in the all around. Ainsleigh had a great season and went on to win the bears, beam, and all around titles as well as a silver on floor at the Georgia State Championships. Ainsleigh concluded her season at the Region 8 Championships where she placed fourth on beam and fifth on floor and in the all around.
Ainsleigh began her 2019 level 9 season at the California Grand Invitational where she finished in the top 10 on vault, bars, beam, and in the all around. Two months later at the Georgia State Championships, Ainsleigh finished fifth on bars and fourth on floor, and qualified to the Region 8 Championships. At regionals, Ainsleigh had a great meet and placed fourth all around, qualifying to the Eastern Championships. Ainsleigh concluded her season at Easterns with a solid competition.
Currently, Ainsleigh trains 20 hours per week under coaches Jacobo Giron and Elena Pankratova at Gymnastics Academy of Atlanta in Georgia. In the future, Ainsleigh’s goal is to become a collegiate gymnast.