Maggie Ayers has loved gymnastics since she was three years old. Until 2017, Maggie trained at a gym that competed in USAIGC. Since 2017, she converted to USAG and began training at a new gym, Hanover Gymnastics, where she has been since August 2017. At Hanover, she has found a team and coaches who are dedicated to the sport and a home that she loves.
Since coming to Hanover in August 2017, Maggie’s first season of Level 10 competition was a year of huge growth. She managed to earn the title of State Beam Champion and qualified for Regionals.
Maggie has five siblings, including a twin sister (who plays lacrosse and field hockey, in case you ask!). In addition to maintaining a full course load and a gym training schedule of 24-30 hours per week, she is an excellent student, maintaining Honor Roll and an average GPA of 3.7 and placing in the top 20% of her class. She is a member of the National English Honor Society. She is involved with Thon, raising money for pediatric cancer research, Student Council, and has volunteered for the American Heart Association events. Maggie is working on her proficiency in French, one of her favorite subjects. Maggie also has an affinity and talent for art.
Maggie’s goal is to compete for a Division One Gymnastics Team.