Hi my name’s Rianna. I took up gymnastics at age six. I was inspired to take up the sport as I loved doing flips and the splits. I began practicing at the PCYC in Logan City and soon began training at Robertson Gymnastics in Queensland. After three years I moved to the High Performance Centre in Chandler, QLD in 2008. I fell in love with this sport because I just love working hard, achieving my goals and also getting to know all the best gymnasts around the world. I currently train 32+ hours a week and on top of that I go to the weights gym to keep my fitness up. I currently just represented Australia at the Commonwealth Games and won the team bronze medal.
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- 2018 Commonwealth Games Bronze medalist
- Senior International Champion
- 2017 World Championships member
- World championships
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We recently caught up with Rianna to ask her a few questions…
How did you get into your sport?
My parents put me into as I loved flipping around, then it all begun from there.
What have you found to be the most valuable piece of advice you’ve ever received?
Believe in yourself. Do it for yourself!
What’s next on the cards?
Trials for the World Championships!