Aubrey Wiatrek got her start in gymnastics at the age of four as something fun to do, and Aubrey hasn't looked back since. After taking classes for some time, Aubrey was invited to join the team program at World Class Gymnastics and began competing as a level 3 during the 2017 season. In her first year of competitive gymnastics, Aubrey qualified to the Virginia State Championships where she finished in the top 10 on beam. Aubrey competed another season of level 3 in 2018 and went on to earn a bronze medal on beam as well as fifth on bars and in the all around at the Virginia State Championships.
Competing level 4 in 2019, Aubrey began her season at the Jerrell Steele Invitational where she took fifth on vault and sixth on floor and in the all around. In April at the Virginia State championships, Aubrey finished in the top 10 on beam.
Aubrey began her 2020 level 5 season at the Aerials Invitational. Here, Aubrey finished in the top 10 on bars. Aubrey had her best meet of her season at the Paragon Invite in February where she came in third on beam as well as in the top 5 on vault and in the all around. Unfortunately, following this meet, the remainder of the season was canceled due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Aubrey began her optional career in December 2020 at the World Class In House Meet where she came in fifth on floor. Aubrey continued to improve throughout the season and had one of her best performances at the Magical March Invitational where she won the beam title. Three weeks later at the Virginia State Championships, Aubrey earned a bronze medal on bars and came in fourth on vault, beam, floor, and in the all around.
Aubrey kicked off her 2021-2022 season at the World Class Cup finishing top 5 in the all around.
Currently, Aubrey trains 29 hours per week under coaches Nici, Casey, and Juba at World Class Gymnastics. Aubrey's goal for her 2022 season is to score a 38.00 in the all around. In the future, Aubrey hopes to represent Team USA at the Olympics and earn a college scholarship for gymnastics.