|Date of Birth:||1996 October 24|
|Age:||21 years old|
|education||Aliso Niguel High School|
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Kyla Ross is an American college artistic gymnast. She was an Olympic gymnast who helped the U.S. capture Team gold at the 2012 London Games. Throughout her career, she has earned won various national gymnastics awards.
Kyle Ross was born as Kyla Briana Ross on October 24, 1996, in Honolulu, Hawaii, United States. She is the daughter of Jason and Kiana Ross. Her father is of African American and Japanese ancestry. Her mother was a minor league out fielder. She has two siblings named Mckenna and Kayne.
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Ross attended Aliso Niguel High School in Aliso Viejo, California. She began taking gymnastics lessons at the age of 3 at Greenville Gymnastics Training Center in Greenville, South Carolina. Ross began attending the University of California, Los Angeles in the fall of 2016.
At the age of three, Kyla Ross began gymnastically. After getting her training at Greenville Gymnastics Training Center, she went to get training at Richmond Olympiad and Gym-Max Gymnastics in Costa Mesa, California.
Her training and coaches contributed her stage to her career. Throughout 2005 to 2007, she led to winning five state medals and two national trophies. Later in 2008, she also joined and managed to obtain the Junior Olympic national championships.
Besides that, she competed as the junior elite gymnast at the Metroplex Challenge an participated and performed in April 2009 at the American Classic in San Diego, California. She was put second in the all-around with a score of 55.316.
She helped the U.S. National Team win other medals from 2010 to 2011, comprising two team gold medals at the Pacific Rim Championships and the City of Jesolo Trophy.
Later in 2011, she played at the U.S. Covergirl Classic in Chicago, Illinois, and settled first in both the all-around and uneven bars events, and ordered second on the vault. She received a spot on the U.S. Olympic women’s gymnastics team in 2012.
Ross won an Olympic team gold medal, along with teammates Jordyn Wieber, Gabby Douglas, Aly Raisman and McKayla Maroney on July of 2012.
Ross was slated to compete at the 2014 American Cup but eliminated because of a back injury. In March 2014, she went to face at the City of Jesolo Trophy, where she became hold gold medals in the team and all-around competitions. Moreover, she also won silver on uneven bars and floor exercise but finished sixth on balance beam.
Though, she continued her success at the 2017 NCAA championships. Despite falling on both of her floor exercise routines during the regular season, she did her routine well during the semifinals, scoring a career-high 9.825.
By getting these two national tropes, she made history as the first female gymnast to become an Olympic, World and NCAA Champion.
Who won't fall for her.? She has millions of fans who want to become the part of her life. Being a teen sensational sports star her fans are curious to know about her personal life.
But, she is the very private person and never talked about her affair and boyfriend to the media. It seems like she is focusing her career rather than a boyfriend. In her spare time, she prefers to hang out with her friends as she flaunted her pictures with her fans Instagram and Twitter.
Ross is the rising sensational artistic gymnastic. Throughout her career, she has won various national gymnastics awards. She is the one, who helped the U.S. Olympic women's gymnastics team win a gold medal at the Summer Olympics in London. Her estimated net worth has $500 thousand.