Jacquelyn Johnson

Birthdate: 6/17/1989
Program: Women's Artistic
Level: Senior
Current Residence: West Chester, OH
Head Coach: Mary Lee Tracy
Other Coaches: Amy Wert


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Career Highlights

Johnson is the daughter of Chuck and Angie Johnson, who coaches gymnastics. She has one brother, Marshall. She has signed a letter of intent with the University of Utah and would one day like to become a forensic scientist.
Personal Information

Nickname: Jacq
Hometown: Clinton, MI

Year in School: 12th
Name of High School: Lakota West
Year you began gymnastics: 1992
Favorite Event: Bars
How did you get involved in gymnastics: My mom has been a coach since before I was born, and she started me in classes and I've just always loved it!
Favorite thing about gymnastics: My favorite things are the awesome places I travel, the national and international friends I make, and the ability to represent the USA.
What are your goals for gymnastics?: My goals are to make the 2007 World Championship Team and the 2008 Olympic Team.
Names of parents/guardians: Chuck and Angie Johnson
Names of sibling(s): Marshall Johnson

Interests Outside the Gym

Favorite school subject: math
Hobbies or favorite activities: reading
Favorite music: Alternative music
Favorite TV show(s): Friends
Favorite Food: Italian
Charity Involvement: volunteer at CGA
Other sports involvement: recreational swimming

National Competition Results

2006 Visa Championships, St. Paul, Minn. - 9th-BB, FX
2006 U.S. Classic, Kansas City, Kan. - 8th-BB
2005 Visa Championships, Indianapolis, Ind. - 5th-UB, BB; 10th-AA
2005 U.S. Classic, Virginia Beach, Va. - 8th-AA (jr. division)
2005 U.S. Classic, Virginia Beach, Va. - 8th-FX
2004 U.S. Classic, Rochester, N.Y. -
2004 Women's Junior Olympic Level 10 National Championships, Kissimmee, Fla. - 2nd-AA; 2nd-UB; 4th-BB; 7th-FX

International Competition Results

2006 World Championships, Aarhus, Denmark - 2nd-Team (alternate)
2006 Tyson American Cup, Philadelphia, Pa. -
2006 USA/Japan/New Zealand Competition, Houston, Texas - 1st-Team, UB, FX; 2nd-AA
2004 USA/Canada, Houston, Texas - 1st-Team; 2nd-VT; 3rd-AA & BB & FX