Brooklyn Webster got her start in gymnastics at the age of eight. Prior to gymnastics, Brooklyn did cheer and after taking some tumbling classes, Brooklyn's coach told her she should try gymnastics. Brooklyn began competing in 2016 as a level 3 with Empire Gymnastics. Brooklyn had a solid first season of gymnastics and completed her year at the Texas North Sate Championships where she finished in the top 10 on beam.

Brooklyn competed just one meet in 2017 as a level 4: the Stars and Stripes District Qualifier. Here, Brooklyn won the vault, bars, floor, and all around titles. Following her only level 4 meet, Brooklyn began to focus on optionals and skipped level 5.

In January 2018, Brooklyn began her level 6 season at the Alamo Classic where she won the vault, bars, floor, and all around titles. Brooklyn had a fantastic season and went undefeated on floor and in the all around. At the Texas State Championships, Brooklyn won the vault, beam, floor, and all around titles with a 38.950.

Brooklyn kicked off her 2019 season as a level 8 at the Alamo Classic where she won the floor title and came in third all around. One month later at the Biles National Elite Qualifier, Brooklyn earned her Hopes 10-11 optional score. In March, Brooklyn earned her Hopes 10-11 compulsory score, qualifying to the Hopes Classic. Three weeks later at the Texas State Championships, Brooklyn had a great meet, winning the floor and all around titles and taking home a second place finish on vault. Brooklyn concluded her level 8 season at the Region 3 Championships and finished first on bars, floor, and in the all around.

In June 2019, Brooklyn competed in her first major Hopes competition at the Hopes Classic in Salt Lake City, Utah. Brooklyn had a great meet, coming in sixth on beam, seventh on vault, and earning a spot at the Hopes Championships one month later in Louisville, Kentucky. Brooklyn closed her Hopes season with another solid competition at the Hopes Championships where she finished fourth on beam.

Currently, Brooklyn trains 25 hours per week under coaches April Pyle, Chris Brashier, and Beatrice Mihaila-Crivineanu at Empire Gymnastics. In the future, Brooklyn hopes to be a level 10 by the time she is twelve, qualify elite, and earn a full ride scholarship to college for gymnastics. When she is older, Brooklyn wants to open a gym.

2019 Texas State Championships Level 8 floor & AA champion; vault silver medalist
2019 Region 3 Championships Level 8 bars, floor & AA champion; vault silver medalist
2019 Hopes Classic 10-11 beam medalist
2019 Hopes Championships 10-11 beam medalist
2019 America's Top 100: Level 8 Vault, Beam, Floor & AA
2018 Texas State Championships Level 6 vault, beam, floor & AA champion; bars bronze medalist
2018 Chalk Warrior Gymnast of the Year Nominee
2018 America's Top 100: Level 6 Vault, Beam, Floor & AA
2016 Texas North State Championships Level 3 Qualifier
Hopes Championships 10-11 beam medalist
Hopes Classic 10-11 beam medalist
America's Top 100: Level 8 Vault, Beam, Floor & AA
Region 3 Championships Level 8 bars, floor & AA champion; vault silver medalist
Texas State Championships Level 8 floor & AA champion; vault silver medalist
Chalk Warrior Gymnast of the Year Nominee
America's Top 100: Level 6 Vault, Beam, Floor & AA
Texas State Championships Level 6 vault, beam, floor & AA champion; bars bronze medalist
Texas North State Championships Level 3 Qualifier

Favorite Event: Floor

Favorite Skill: Double Back

Favorite Gymnast: Riley McCusker

Favorite Meet: Biles Invitational

Favorite Quote:
"If you don't leap, you'll never know what it's like to fly."

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