Life in a Leo Episode 3: Interview with Bailey McCabe from Auburn Gymnastics

February 02, 2018 1 Comment

Life in a Leo Episode 3: Interview with Bailey McCabe from Auburn Gymnastics

This week I got to interview Bailey McCabe from Auburn Gymnastics. Bailey is entering her third season as a level 10 and is a Sophomore in High School. She competed at JO Nationals in both 2016 and 2017. This year she upgraded her vault to a Yurchenko Full and her beam, where she is doing a triple series (back handspring, layout step-out, layout step-out) and dismounting with a side aerial connected to a full. Her favorite events are bars and beam.  Look for Bailey this season. You can find her on Instagram @baileymccabee or on YouTube.  Good luck Bailey!

JO Nationals 2017

Some of Bailey's favorite leotards

Thanks to Gabby and Sarah for sending us their best things going on in the gym this week! Keep up the great work! If you want to share with us, please email Rebecca at Happy flipping!

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February 05, 2018

I love your Leo’s but sadly don’t have any hope I get some for my 11th birthday

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