2017 JO Nationals Qualifier
2017 L10 Regionals-3rd BB, UB, AA
2016 L9 Western Nationals-24th AA
2016 L9 Regionals-4th UB, 3rd FX, 7th AA
2016 L9 State-6th UB
2014 L9 Western Nationals Qualifier
2014 L9 Regionals-6th UB, 5th BB, 3rd FX, 4th AA
2014 L9 State-3rd VT, 4th UB, 7th FX, 5th AA
2013 L9 Western Nationals Qualifier
2013 L9 Regionals-4th BB, 8th VT, 8th AA
2013 L9 State-5th VT, 6th BB, 2nd FX, 9th AA
2012 L8 USA Gymnastics Open Championships Region 2 Team Member
2012 L8 Washington All Star Team Member
Gracie Grant currently trains at Auburn Gymnastics Center in Washington. She graduates from high school in 2020.
Gracie began her competitive career in 2009 at Auburn Gymnastics Center. She competed one season of levels 4 and 5 respectfully before testing through level 6 and competing level 7 in the 2011 season. In 2012, Gracie placed seventh on vault, second on bars, fourth on beam, first on floor and third all-around at Level 8 State Championships. At Level 8 Regionals, she placed third on bars, beam, all-around and again winning floor.
That same year, Gracie was named to both the Level 8 Washington All-Star Team and as a Level 8 US Open Championships Region 2 team member. Gracie moved to level 9 in 2013 placing fifth on vault, sixth on beam, second on floor and ninth all-around at Level 9 State Championships. At Level 9 Regionals she placed fourth on beam and 8th on vault and all-around, qualifying for Western Nationals. In 2014, Gracie placed third on vault, fourth on bars, seventh on floor and fifth all-around at Level 9 State Championships. At Level 9 Regionals she placed sixth on bars, fifth on beam, third on floor, fourth all-around and again qualifying to Western Nationals. In 2015, Gracie broke a bone in her foot and was unable to compete in the post-season. Gracie came back strong in 2016 placing fourth on bars, third on floor and seventh all-around.
She placed 24th at Western Nationals. 2017 was Gracie’s first year competing level 10 placing third on beam, bars and all-around at Level 10 Regionals and qualifying to JO Nationals. 2018 came with an injury which kept her out most of the season but is working hard to make a strong showing in the 2019 season.