Bristol Craig began gymnastics at just 18 months old in a mommy and me class. At the age of five, Bristol began competing level 2 with Ka-Larks Gymnastics and won the vault, bars, and all around titles at her second meet of the season.
Bristol had a great first season of competitive gymnastics and competed level 3 during the 2016-2017 season. At the Wyoming State Championships, Bristol won the bars and floor titles as well as second all around. As a level 4 during the 2017-2018 season, Bristol opened up her season at the Casper Mountain Invite where she won the bars title and placed second on the other three events as well as the all around. For the rest of the season, Bristol went undefeated on floor and scored a 9.900 at the Sparkle and Shine meet. At the Wyoming State Championships, Bristol won the vault, floor, and all around titles.
As a level 5 during the 2018-2019 season, Bristol began her season at the Remi's Casper Mountain Invite where she won the bars, floor, and all around titles. Later in the season at the Last Chance Qualifier, Bristol won the beam title and finished second on floor and in the all around.
Bristol began her optional career in January 2020 as a level 6 at the Wild West Invitational. Here, Bristol took second on floor and in the all around. Bristol had her best meet of her season at the Rushmore Invitational where she won the vault, bars, beam, and all around titles. Unfortunately, due to the COVID-19 pandemic, Bristol's season was cut short as the remainder of the season was canceled.
Currently, Bristol trains 9.5 hours per week under coaches Keven Gangwish, Ashleigh Gardner, and Natalie Scholtz at Ka-Larks Gymnastics. Bristol's goal for her 2021 season is to qualify for the Region 3 Championships. In the future, Bristol hopes to score a 38.00 in the all around and qualify for JO Nationals.