Sabrina Treffiletti got her start in gymnastics at the age of five after she was flipping around everywhere and broke her elbow playing on the monkey bars at school. Her parents wanted to put Sabrina in gymnastics so she could learn how to tumble safely. Sabrina loved gymnastics right away and began competing in the fall of 2018 as a level 2 with Everest Gymnastics. At her first meet, Sabrina finished second on beam and in the all around. In November at the North Carolina State Championships, Sabrina earned a bronze medal on bars.

Sabrina began her 2019 level 3 season at the EDGE Invitational. Here, Sabrina won the floor and all around titles. Sabrina continued to improve and had her best meet of her season at the North Carolina State Championships where she won the bars title with a 9.750 and took third on floor.

Currently, Sabrina trains 16 hours per week under coach BiYu Sun at Everest Gymnastics. Sabrina's goal for level 4 is to score a 38.00 in the all around and make America's Top 100 list. In the future, Sabrina hopes to earn a college scholarship for gymnastics.

2019 North Carolina State Championships Level 3 bars champion & floor bronze medalist
2018 North Carolina State Championships Level 2 bars bronze medalist
North Carolina State Championships Level 3 bars champion & floor bronze medalist
North Carolina State Championships Level 2 bars bronze medalist

Favorite Event: Floor

Favorite Skill: Back Handspring

Favorite Gymnast: Nastia Liukin

Favorite Meet: Everest Challenge Cup

Favorite Quote:
"You earn your medals at practice and pick them up at meets!"

DateMeetLevelVaultBarsBeamFloorAll
12/06/2019North Carolina State Championships3 Bars - 9.750 (1T)
11/15/2019Crown of the Carolinas3 Beam - 9.525 (2)
09/27/2019EDGE Invitational3 Vault - 9.200 (2) Floor - 9.275 (1)
08/24/2019NC Compulsory Judges Critique3 Floor
DateVaultBarsBeamFloorAll

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