GymDevil Hannah Everman Q&A

///GymDevil Hannah Everman Q&A

Gym Devil freshman Hannah Everman hails from Silverdale, Wash. She competed in the 2016 JO National Championships and had top five finishes on every event and in the all-around at the Washington State Championships.


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If you could have dinner with anyone from any era, who would it be and why?
I would have dinner with Dominique Dawes because she has been an inspiration to me in gymnastics since I was a little girl.

One word to describe your feeling when you put on your ASU uniform for the first time.

If you had the chance to pick the brain of any coach in any sport, who would it be?
Marta Karolyi

What is your favorite inspirational quote?
Don’t worry about failures, worry about the chances you miss when you don’t even try.

If you could be on any game show which would you choose?
American Ninja Warrior

Who has been the biggest influence on your career?
My orthopedic surgeon

If someone wrote a book about your life what would they title it?
Obstacles Conquered

Who is your favorite athlete of all time?
Dominique Dawes

Who has been your biggest inspiration in the sport?
My coach Frank Lee

What is your favorite gymnastics moment?
Competing at Level 9 Westerns and getting 2nd on bars

Competition where you learned the most from.
JO Nationals

What is the hardest thing about gymnastics?
The mental aspects of the sport

What is your favorite event to compete?

What is the most exciting competition you have ever been apart of?
JO Nationals or the Metroplex Challenge

What is the hardest injury you have ever overcome?
Freshman year of HS I broke my foot in 3 places and ripped some ligaments

What is your favorite part about being a Sun Devil?
The atmosphere of all the student athletes and the sense of being a family and living the championship life

Do you have any goals for this season?
Clean up my form and work on consistency. Also I want to make line-up on two events.

2016-10-15T06:05:44+00:00October 15th, 2016|Gymnastics, NCAA Gymnastics|0 Comments