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Full Name Megan Verceles Carr
Birthday July 5, 1999
Resides Monte Sereno, CA
Parents Carl Carr and Marissa Verceles
Siblings Older brother- Wesley
School Los Gatos High School
Grade 10th (2014-2015), Class of 2017
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Megan Verceles Carr was born on July 5, 1999 in Monte Sereno, California to Carl Carr and Marissa Verceles. She has one older brother, Wesley. Megan attends Los Gatos High Schol and will graduate in 2017.

Megan began gymnastics at the age of four when her parents took her to the local gym. She has trained at West Valley her whole career. She is currently coached by Paul Duron and Judy Zhuo. Megan trained 23 hours per week and hopes to obtain a full college scholarship, become an elite gymnast and hopefully be a part of the USAG National Team.

In 2007, Megan competed level four. She won beam, floor and the all-around at the Judges Cup. She won floor and the all-around at the Stars Challenge. At the Disco-Tech Invitational, Megan won bars, beam, floor and the all-around. She did not compete in the all-around at the State Championships. In 2008, Megan competed level five. She finished first all-around at the Flower Power meet and Judges Cup. Megan placed first on beam, floor and the all-around at the Aloha Invitational. She finished second all-around at the Zone Championships. At the State Championships, Megan won vault and floor. She finished second all-around.

Megan competed one level six meet in 2009, winning beam, floor and the all-around at the Spirit of the Flame Challenge. Megan made her second National TOPs "B" Team later that year. In 2010, she competed level seven. She won bars, beam, floor and the all-around at the Aloha Gymfest. Megan placed first in the all-around at the Wine Country Classic, Classic Rock Invitational and Spirit of the Flame Challenge. She finished second all-around at the Byers Invitational. At the State Championships, Megan won vault and floor. She finished second all-around. She made the National TOPs Team that fall. Megan moved up to level eight in 2011. She won vault, floor and the all-around at the WOGA Classic. She finished first on beam, floor and the all-around at the Spirit of the Flame Challenge. At the Golden State Classic, she won bars, beam, floor and the all-around. Megan place first on vault at the State Championships. At Regionals, she placed second on vault and beam. She finished third all-around.

Megan competed level nine in 2012. She finished third all-around at the Flips USA Invitational and National Gymnastics Festival. She won vault and the all-around at the Spirit of the Flame Challenge. Megan won vault at the Golden State Classic. At the State Championships, she placed first on vault and third all-around. Megan finished sixth all-around at Regionals. At Westerns, she placed third on vault, sixth on beam, third on floor and sixth all-around!

Megan began competing level ten in 2013. She finished second all-around at the National Gymnastics Festival and Heart of a Champion Invitational. She won the all-around title at the AOGC Invitational. At the State Championships, Megan placed first on bars and the all-around. She finished fourth all-around at Regionals. At JO Nationals, Megan finished 18th all-around. In 2014, Megan started her season with a second place finish at the Golden State Classic. She then finished fourth all-around at the Classic Rock Invitational, Presidential Classic and Black Tie Invitational. She finished second all-around at the Byers Invitational. Megan placed first on vault and sixth all-around at the State Championships. She finished seventh all-around at Regionals. At JO Nationals, she placed fourth on vault and 20th all-around!