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Alicia Sacramone is a veteran American gymnast.
Alicia Sacramone won a silver medal in the 2008 Summer Olympics and came fourth in the most medals winning gymnast in the USA. She became a part of the National team in 2003.
Her first international participation was in France. She led the USA, winning the Pacific Alliance Champion in 2004. According to sources, she was dubbed the face of the US gymnast team at the 2004 Athens Olympics.
Alicia Sacramone has a net worth of $8 million from her athletics career.
Although Alicia has played many matches in her career, the information on her annual earnings is unavailable.
Alicia Sacramone has a height of 5 ft 1 in (155 cm)
Alicia Sacramone, a veteran gymnast, is of 34 years of age as of 2022.
Alicia Marie Sacramone Quinn, also known as Alicia Sacramone, is from Boston and was born on December 3, 1987. Her mother, Gail Sacramone, is a hairstylist who also owns a salon. Her father is an Orthodontist. Alicia finished her schooling in 2016 as Alicia graduated from Winchester High School. She studied at Brown University. Alicia Brady Quinn was honored with the title of 'Rookie of the Year' during her time at Brown University.
She earned a gold medal in the vault and floor exercise steps and recorded the highest score ever. Her initial interest was to dance, but she went on to train in gymnastics from a famous coach Mihai Brestyns in Brestyns America Gymnastics.
The Brestyns remained her trainers for the rest of her professional gymnastic career. Alicia first participated in an elite competition in 2002 and made it to the national team in 2003.
Alicia Sacramone got engaged to NFL Quarterback Brady Quinn in 2013 and married him in 2014. Her first daughter is Sloan Scott Quinn, the second is Teagan Marie Quinn, and the third one is Cassidy Nicole Quinn.
Alicia Sacramone won a bronze model in the 2003 National Championships and earned a place on the US National team. She competed in an NCAA competition in the 2006-07 season, training under Brestyn. She did her full-time studies and also excelled in NCAA competition in Gymnastics.
Alicia won the floor exercise title at the 2005 World Championships and finished third in the vault. The same year, this athlete was placed third on the Balance Beam in the National Championships. She kept winning medals for the US team participating in the World Championships in Denmark. She earned a gold medal and defended it too.
During the preliminary selection of the American Gymnast team in 2007, Alicia earned the top score in both floor and vault but could not participate because only two players per team are allowed, according to the International Federation of Gymnastics. After winning the Olympic Trials for the US team selection, Sacramone won the silver medal at the 2008 Beijing Olympics in the US teams category.
Alicia Sacramone and her husband Brady Quinn started an initiative called 'The Big Fight (Against Suicide).'
Alicia Sacramone won USA Gymnasts' Sportswomen of the Year from 2005-2007. She won the 2007 World team gold medalist and five US Vault titles, the most in women's history.
Sacramone won a place in the World Cup finals and a vault gold medal in 2008. She has won 12 medals in all US National Championships, with two bronze and five silver medals by the end of her career.
Alicia Sacramone loves to train young gymnasts.
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