Biggs has impacted the sport of gymnastics and its athletes on all levels, as few have. A Women’s Artistic National Team coach since 1986, she has worked with every National Team for the past 36 years and has attended every Olympics since 1988. During her career, she has been a coach, mentor, and, most importantly, an educator. In addition to delivering countless lectures annually around the country, she has produced 25 educational videos, is a Brevet judge, and has consulted on the USA Gymnastics Women’s Development Program (previously known as Junior Olympic) compulsory routines.
Biggs co-authored the Women’s TOPs program, which has proven pivotal to identifying the most talented gymnasts in the U.S. and was the first to introduce the flexibility testing that is now standard at both the U.S. developmental and international levels. She has co-authored numerous educational resources that are used in the development of coaches throughout the U.S. and abroad and holds a Master of Sport for USA Gymnastics, and is a FIG Academy Expert.
As a coach, she was the personal coach of 1988 Olympian Missy Marlowe. She is a recipient of the USA Gymnastics Choreographer of the Year award and received the Gymnastics Association of Texas (GAT) Lifetime Award in 2006. Today, Biggs continues as a member of the National Team Coaching staff, where she attends 15-20 camps per year and spends her time traveling to countless clubs throughout the world to strengthen the sport of gymnastics at all levels.