Nancy Cuoco got her start in gymnastics at the age of five as she loved doing cartwheels around the house and her parents decided to enroll her in gymnastics classes. Nancy loved the sport right away and was eventually invited to join the team program at WOGA.
Nancy began competing in the fall of 2018 as a level 4. At her first meet, Rising Stars, Nancy won the vault title and came in second on floor and in the all around. In October at the Texas North State Championships, Nancy won a gold medal on beam with a 9.725 and came in third all around. From North State, Nancy qualified to the Texas State Championships where she came home with gold medals on bars, beam, floor, and in the all around.
Nancy competed two meets of level 5 during the spring 2019 season and then went on to prepare for optionals during the summer and fall of 2019. Nancy began her optional career in February 2020 as a level 7 at the Everest Classic. Here, Nancy took first on floor and fifth all around. At her next meet, the Rose City Classic, Nancy won the all around with a 38.025. Unfortunately, due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the remainder of the season was canceled.
Competing level 8 in 2021, Nancy began her season at the Texas Prime Meet where she won the bars and beam titles with scores of 9.750 and 9.950, respectively as well as the all around with a 38.400. Two months later at the Texas State Championships, Nancy came home with gold medals on bars, beam, and in the all around as well as as silver on floor and bronze on vault. From state, Nancy qualified to the Region 3 Championships. Nancy concluded her season at regionals with a solid performance to win the beam title, come in second on vault and floor, and finish third all around.
Currently, Nancy trains 32 hours per week at WOGA Gymnastics. In the future, Nancy hopes to qualify elite and represent Team USA at the Olympics.