Beckett Martinez got her start in gymnastics at the age of two after her mom wanted to sign her up for an activity and gymnastics was the only activity Beckett could be signed up for at such a young age! Beckett loved being in the gym from a young age and as she got older she progressed and was invited to join WOGA's Team Program.
Beckett began competing in January 2018 at the age of six as a level 3. At her first meet, Beckett came in eighth all around. Beckett competed level 3 through the Fall 2018 season and went on to win the bars title with a 9.875 and take home the bronze medal in the all around with a 38.075.
During the spring of 2019, Beckett competed in her only two level 4 meets and then went on to compete level 5 during the fall 2019 season. Beckett competed her first level 5 meet at WOGA's Rising Stars Invitational and came in the top 15 in the all around. Beckett improved at each and every meet throughout the season and concluded her season at the Texas State Championships earning a silver medal on bars and bronze medals on vault, beam, and in the all around.
Beckett began her optional career as a level 7 in January 2020 at the Texas Prime Meet. Here, Beckett came in seventh all around. Beckett improved her all around score at each meet throughout her season before the season was unfortunately cut short due to COVID-19.
In 2021 Beckett kicked off her season as a level 8 at the Texas Prime meet. Three weeks later, Beckett competed in the Metroplex Challenge where she earned silver on beam, bronze on floor and silver in the AA. Following that meet she went to the Rose City Classic Invitational where she won gold with a 9.65 on beam and gold on floor with a 9.6. Her season was unfortunately cut short with a fracture to her arm. However she is ready to comeback strong as ever this season!
Currently, Beckett trains 30 hours per week under coach Evgeniya Golovach at WOGA Gymnastics. She hopes to score a 38 this season and wants to become an Elite Gymnast.