Emily Abbot, aged 24 is a 2020 summer Olympics. Here is everything to know about the athlete.
Emily Abbot is an Australian rhythmic gymnast who will compete in the 2020 Summer Olympics.
When rhythmic gymnast Emily Abbot is on the floor at the Olympic Games, she will be greeted by a large crowd on the West Coast.
The 24-year-old was chosen for Australia’s rhythmic gymnastics squad for Tokyo and arrived in Sydney on Thursday to quarantine before the trip.
Ms. Abbot has a deep connection to Streaky Bay; her grandparents, Leon and Patty Abbot, as well as her father, Chris, and uncles, David and Darren, were all born there.
Patty Abbot expressed excitement at seeing her granddaughter in action in Tokyo.
Everything About Emily Abbot Age And Height
The current age of Emily Abbot is currently 24 years old.
Emily Abbot was born in Adelaide on February 28, 1997.
Talking about Emily Abbot, she is 5 feet 3 inches tall.
She began rhythmic gymnastics when she was ten years old.
She graduated from the University of Adelaide in 2018 and is now enrolled at TAFE Queensland to study business.
In addition to her gymnastics training, she currently resides in Brisbane and works as a disability support carer.
Emily Abbot Wikipedia Details
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Due to hip problems, Abbot missed the 2016 season.
She underwent a hip arthroscopy to fix a detached ligament, but physicians discovered a bone tumor in her hip and she underwent another operation to remove it.
She competed again at the end of 2017.
Abbot relocated to Brisbane in October 2018 to train with Australia’s senior rhythmic gymnastics team.
She finished 29th in her group at the 2018 World Championships.
She represents Australia in the Summer Universiade in 2019. She placed seventh overall in the group, seventh in the 5 balls final and sixth in the 3 hoops + 4 clubs final.
Emily Abbot Achievements
Talking about Emily Abbot’s achievements, she won a gold medal with the Australian senior team at the 2021 Oceanic Championships and earned a quota for the 2020 Olympic Games.
She was chosen to compete for Australia in the Summer Olympics in 2020 alongside Alexandra Aristotelis, Alannah Mathews, Himeka Onoda, and Felicity White.
They were Australia’s first rhythmic gymnastics team to compete in the Olympics.
They finished fifteenth in the group all-around qualification round.