Montréal, Canada, is slated to host the Gymnix International, and Everest Gymnastics’ very own Kaylen Morgan will make her international debut for the Women’s U.S. National Team during the event.. Kaylen, a student at North Carolina Connections Academy, was born in Woodstock, Georgia. She’s been attending Everest Gymnastics for the last four years and was recently appointed to the Junior National Team.
According to the staff of Everest Gymnastics, Kaylen is a remarkable young athlete with a natural talent in all areas. The Gymnix International is her first international event. Kaylen has impressed judges for many years and competed in the 2017 Hopes Championships. She has also been to many Junior National meets as a level 10 gymnast and competed in the 2018 Nastia Liukin Cup.
Kaylen is a fine example of what hard work and dedication to do. The coaches, staff, students, and parents of the Everest family are proud of her accomplishments and excited that she will represent the school at such a momentous event.
About Gymnix International
The 28th Annual Gymnix International will take place in Montréal, Canada the weekend of March 8, 2019. Representatives from seven countries, Germany, Belgium, Australia, Japan, Canada, France, and the United States, will be in attendance. The event is one of many opportunities for pre-elite gymnasts from all over the world to showcase their skills. Not only do these artistic and athletic young women get the chance to compete, but this is also a rare chance to mix and mingle with their international peers.
The coaches at Everest Gymnastics say that Kaylen is now forever linked to many of the world’s most prolific international gymnast. Jordyn Wieber (2012 Olympic Team Gold Medalist) and Dominique Dawes (1996 Olympic Team Gold Medalist) both competed in the Gymnix International.
Gymnix International is more than just an event. It is a milestone and a time for all of the participants to have an opportunity to experience life in the spotlight. It’s an excellent proving ground and is the first of many international events that Kaylen will no doubt master in her career.