Kayla Hoffman

Birthdate: 8/13/1988
Program: Women's Artistic
Level: Senior
Current Residence: Union, NJ
Head Coach: Diane Farrell


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Career Highlights

Hoffman is the daughter of Richard and Helen Hoffman. She has a sister Emma, who is also a gymnast. Hoffman would one day like to become a magazine editor. Kayla has signed a letter of intent to compete for the University of Alabama.
Personal Information

Hometown: Union, NJ

Year you began gymnastics: 1991
Favorite Event: all of them (on most days)
How did you get involved in gymnastics: My mom did gymnastics when she was young. She initially put me in classes, but I was the one who really wanted to be on the team.
Favorite thing about gymnastics: My favorite thing about gymnastics is hitting a skill perfectly. It's the best feeling!
What are your goals for gymnastics?: My goal for gymnastics is to travel the world doing international competitions and to make my country proud. GO USA!
Names of parents/guardians: Richard and Helen
Names of sibling(s): I have a younger sister Emma. She is a gymnast as well.

Interests Outside the Gym

Favorite school subject: English and history
Hobbies or favorite activities: surfing, dancing
Favorite music: Pop, country
Favorite TV show(s): Friends, American Idol, Dancing with the Stars
Favorite Food: sushi

National Competition Results

2011 NCAA Women's Gymnastics Championships, Cleveland, Ohio - 1st-Team; 2nd-AA, BB; 4th-VT
2010 NCAA Women's Gymnastics Championships, Gainesville, Fla. - 3rd-Team; 8th-UB(T)
2009 NCAA Women's Gymnastics Championships, Lincoln, Neb. - 2nd-Team
2008 NCAA Women's Gymnastics Championships, Athens, Ga. - 5th-VT; 6th-Team
2006 Visa Championships, St. Paul, Minn. - 10th-BB; 11th-AA
2006 U.S. Classic, Kansas City, Kan. - 2nd-FX; 9th-VT, UB; 10th-AA
2005 Visa Championships, Indianapolis, Ind. - 6th-UB; 8th-AA
2004 U.S. Classic, Rochester, N.Y. -
2003 U.S. Classic, San Antonio, Texas -
2003 U.S. Challenge, San Antonio, Texas - 1st-AA (Jr. Div.)

International Competition Results

2006 World Cup, Moscow, Russia -