Anneliese Lynn got her start in gymnastics at the age of six in recreational classes. At the time, Anneliese was playing tennis. After beginning gymnastics, Anneliese decided to stop tennis as she fell in love with gymnastics. By the age of eight, Anneliese began competing as a level 3 with Everest Gymnastics. At her very first meet, the Foothills Fall Festival, Anneliese won the bars and all around titles. In December at the North Carolina State Championships, Anneliese won the vault, bars, floor, and all around titles.
Anneliese began her 2018 level 4 season at the EDGE Invitational where she won the bars, floor, and all around titles. Throughout the remainder of the season, Anneliese finished in the top three in the all around and went on to win the bars title and take second on floor and in the all around at state.
Following her level 4 season, Anneliese began training at Southeastern Gymnastics. Competing level 5 during the 2019 season, Anneliese began her season at the EDGE Invitational. Here, Anneliese earned silver medals on vault, bars, floor, and in the all around. Two months later at the North Carolina State Championships, Anneliese came in fourth on bars and sixth all around.
Anneliese began her optional career in February 2020 as a level 6 at the Everest Classic where she won the bars title and came in fifth in the all around. Anneliese was able to compete one more meet before the season was canceled due to COVID-19.
Anneliese began her 2020-2021 level 7 season at the Salto Soleil and won the beam title as well as second all around. In March, Anneliese competed at the North Carolina State Championships where she had a fantastic meet, winning the floor title with a 9.700 and coming in seventh in the all around. Anneliese concluded her season one month later at the Region 8 Championships where she came in the top 5 on bars and floor. Addison also met her 2021 season goal of finishing in the top 10 in the all around.
Currently, Anneliese trains 20 hours per week under coaches Ludmilla Shobe, Sofia Managadze, Vladimir Taran, Sveltana Taran, and Daviti Tchikaberidze at Southeastern Gymnastics. In the future, Anneliese hopes to earn a college scholarship to a divison 1 school for gymnastics.