Alicia Sacramone Bra Size: 34C
NAME: Alicia Sacramone
SPORT: Gymnastics (artistic)
CLUB: Brestyan’s American Gymnastics
BIRTHDATE: Dec. 3, 1987
HOMETOWN: Winchester, Mass.
CURRENT RESIDENCE: Winchester, Mass.
Weight: 117 lbs (53 kg)
Height: 5’1” (1.55 m)
Age: 24 years
SCHOOL: Brown University
OLYMPIC EXPERIENCE: 2008
OLYMPIC MEDALS: silver (team)
- 2010 World Championships vault champion and team silver medalist.
- Nine World medals (three gold, four silver and two bronze); tied her with Shannon Miller and Nastia Liukin for the most World medals by an American gymnast.
- 2008 Olympic Team silver medalist.
- 2007 World team gold medalist, floor exercise silver medalist and vault bronze medalist.
- 2006 World team and vault silver medalist
- 2005 World floor exercise gold medalist and vault bronze medalist.
- Has five U.S. vault titles (2005-08, 2010), the most in U.S. women's history. Two U.S. floor exercise crowns (2005-06).
- USA Gymnastics' Sportswoman of the Year three times (2005-07).
- Scored a 9.9 on floor exercise at the 2005 Visa Championships, the first time a score of 9.9 or better had been awarded in the women's division at a U.S. Nationals since 1996.
- In 2004, qualified for the World Cup Final as a wild card and won the vault gold medal.
- Competed on the Brown University gymnastics team during her freshman year and set school records in the all-around, vault and became the first gymnast to win all five events at the Ivy League Classic. Alicia is currently sponsored by Visa.
Alicia Sacramone Biography:
Sacramone was born on December 3, 1987 in Boston, Massachusetts to parents Fred, an orthodontist, and Gail Sacramone. She is of Italian descent. Sacramone has an older brother, Jonathan, who is 27 years old. She graduated from Winchester High School in 2006.
Early career :Sacramone began studying dance at the age of three and started training gymnastics five years later, at age eight, in 1996. She began her gymnastics career with Romanian coaches Mihai and Silvia Brestyan at Gymnastics and More club and continued to train with them after they opened their own training facility in Ashland. The Brestyans continue to serve as Sacramone's coaches.
Sacramone entered the elite ranks in 2002, placing seventh in the all-around and sixth on the vault in the junior division at that year's U.S. Classic competition. At the 2002 U.S. National Championships, she placed 22nd, but achieved a seventh place finish on the balance beam. Her results improved immensely the next year, when she placed 14th in the all-around and won a bronze medal on the vault at the 2003 U.S. Nationals, earning a spot on the U.S. National gymnastics team. Sacramone also participated in her first international competition in 2003, the Massilia Cup in France, where she placed fourth on the floor exercise and ninth on vault.
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Alicia Sacramone Height: 5’1” (1.55 m)
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