Amy Clark got her start in gymnastics at the age of eight. Amy started in ballet but did not enjoy it. A friend of Amy's invited her to an open gym and Amy fell in love with gymnastics. Eventually, Amy was invited to join the team program at Basel's All star Gymnastics. Amy competed level 3 during the 2015 season where she qualified to the District Championships.
Following her 2015 level 3 season, Amy began training at AIM Athletics. Amy competed level 4 in 2016 and began her season at the Rowland Ballard District 5 Qualifier. Here, Amy finished third on floor. In October at the District 5 Championships, Amy came in sixth on beam and qualified to the Texas South State Championships. At South State, Amy came home with a silver medal on floor and top five finishes on beam and in the all around, qualifying to the Texas State Championships. Amy concluded her season at the Texas State Championships with a seventh place finish on beam.
Amy began her 2017 season competing level 5. At the three meets Amy competed in, she finished in the top three in the all around at two of them. Amy began her optional career as a level 6 in February 2018 at the WOGA Classic. Here, Amy earned a silver medal on beam, bronze medal on floor, and finished fifth all around. Amy continued to improve throughout the season and went on to win the vault and floor titles as well as second place on bars and in the all around at the Texas State Championships.
After her 2018 season, Amy began training at Stars Gymnastics. Amy missed out on the 2019 season, but came back in January 2020 to compete level 7. At her first meet of the season, the California Grand Invitational, Amy finished in the top ten on vault, bars, floor, and In the all around. Amy was able to compete five more meets before the remainder of the season was canceled due to COVID-19. Amy had her best performance of her season at the Rose City Classic where she won the floor title and came in third on vault, beam, and in the all around.
Competing level 8 in 2021, Amy kicked off her season at the Biles Invitational with a fifth place finish on floor. Two months later at the Texas State Championships, Amy won the floor title and finished seventh on bars. From state, Amy qualified to the Region 3 Championships where she concluded her season with fifth place finishes on beam and floor.
Amy kicked off her 2022 level 9 season at the Texas Shootout meet where she finished fifth on vault and beam. The following week she competed at Texas Prime finishing top 15 in the all around.
Currently, Amy trains 27-31 hours per week under coaches Dan and Ashly Baker at Stars Gymnastics. In the future, Amy hopes to attend an Ivy League school and would love to be a part of an Ivy League gymnastics program. Amy enjoys learning new skills and wants to compete for as long as possible.