Kendall Brown got her start in gymnastics at the age of four after attending an open gym for fun. Kendall instantly loved gymnastics and began taking classes. By the age of seven, Kendall began competing as a level 2 and finished in the top 10 in the all around at the Maryland State Championships.
Competing level 3 during the 2016-2017 season, Kendall began her season at the Top Flight Invitational where she took fourth on beam. Kendall continued to improve throughout the season and went on to take fourth on vault and floor and sixth all around with a 37.600 at state. Kendall competed her final season of compulsories during the 2017-2018 season and went on to earn a bronze medal on floor at the Maryland State Championships.
Kendall began her optional career in the fall of 2018 as a level 6 at the Maryland Judges Invitational. In January at the Katie Baldwin Invitational, Kendall won the bars and all around titles. Two months later, Kendall also won the bars and all around titles. This time, at the Maryland State Championships where she concluded her season.
Kendall competed two meets of level 7 during the fall of 2019 and qualified to represent Team Maryland at the National Judges Cup. At the National Judges Cup, Kendall won the vault title and finished fourth on floor and in the all around. For the remainder of the 2020 season, Kendall competed level 8 and went undefeated on vault. In February at the Great Destinations Meet, Kendall also won the bars and all around titles. Kendall won another all around title at the Harford Trophy Meet in February. Unfortunately, due to the COVID-19 pandemic, Kendall's season was cut short as the remainder of the season was canceled.
Kendall began her 2021 level 9 season at the January Jamboree where she took second on vault and seventh all around. Two months later at the Maryland State Championships, Kendall earned gold medals on vault, beam, and floor as well as a silver in the all around. Kendall concluded her season three weeks later at the Region 7 Championships with a solid performance.
Currently, Kendall trains about 20 hours per week under coach Teresa Walstrum at Harford Gymnastics. In the future, Kendall hopes to earn a college scholarships for gymnastics or track and field.