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KEALY Megan
Great Britain
GBR
Title
Ms
Lastname
KEALY
Firstname
Megan
Gender
female
Country
Great Britain
Place of birth
Chertsey
Year of birth
2000 (22 y.o.)
Discipline(s)
Trampoline Gymnastics
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Occupation
Athlete, Coach
Spoken languages
English
Club
Milton Keynes Gymnastics [GBR] / Spelthorne Gymnastics [GBR]
Coach
Kath Small [Spelthorne]; Rob Small [Spelthorne]
Injuries
In 2016 a left foot injury prevented her from competing for two months. In late 2017 she suffered from swelling in the same foot, which resulted in her having to wear a medical boot. (megankealy.wordpress.com, 24 Mar 2018)

In 2013 she broke her left wrist. She also fractured part of the bone and tore a ligament in her left ankle while competing at the 2013 World Age Group Championships. She competed with both ankles strapped with tape until the end of 2015. (megankealy.wordpress.com, 24 Mar 2018)

She broke her ankle at age 10 during gymnastics training, and needed six months to recover. (megankealy.wordpress.com, 24 Mar 2018)
Start sporting career
She began practising gymnastics in 2007. (gogetfunding.com, 24 Oct 2014)
Ambitions
To compete at the 2022 World Games in Birmingham, AL, United States of America. (gymnastics.sport, 12 Jan 2022)
Hero / Idol
British trampoline gymnast Lucie Colebeck. (Instagram profile, 15 Oct 2018)
Most influential person in career
Coach Mikey French. (Instagram profile, 15 Oct 2018)
Philosophy / Motto
"Sometimes all it takes is to believe." (Facebook page, 30 Jul 2019)
Additional information
General
COACHING
She has worked as a development coach at Milton Keynes Gymnastics in England. (gymnastics.sport, 12 Jan 2022)

FRESH START
In 2017 she had thoughts of quitting the sport, but a change of club gave her a fresh start. "Training was getting hard and I couldn't do anything. I lost all skills due to overthinking them, and I felt like there was just no point anymore. I felt I had hit my peak and I would never get any better than what I had already achieved. So, I then decided to move to Milton Keynes and to this day it was one of the biggest and hardest decisions I have ever had to make. As a result it changed the way I did gymnastics and changed my outlook on the sport. Getting the chance to change my training and have the fresh start that I needed allowed me to love the sport again." (megankealy.wordpress.com, 24 Mar 2018)

Last update : 2022-01-18

World Championships

2021 - 35th FIG Trampoline Gymnastics World Championships BAKU (AZE)

Women Tumbling
Rank Final
1
Score Final
67.800
Rank Qualif.
2
Score Qualif.
66.800
Women Team Tumbling
Rank Final
3
Score Final
98.100
Rank Qualif.
1
Score Qualif.
196.500

2019 - 34th FIG Trampoline Gymnastics World Championships TOKYO (JPN)

Women Tumbling
Rank Final
3
Score Final
69.000
Rank Qualif.
3
Score Qualif.
66.900
Women Team Tumbling
Rank Final
1
Score Final
103.500
Rank Qualif.
1
Score Qualif.
199.600

2018 - 33rd FIG Trampoline Gymnastics World Championships ST. PETERSBURG (RUS)

Women Tumbling
Rank Final
-
Score Final
-
Rank Qualif.
6
Score Qualif.
66.900
Continental Championships

2018 - 26th European Championships BAKU (AZE)

Women Tumbling
Rank Final
2
Score Final
69.500
Rank Qualif.
2
Score Qualif.
68.400
Women Team Tumbling
Rank Final
1
Score Final
105.200
Rank Qualif.
2
Score Qualif.
202.400
World Age Group Competitions

2017 - 25th FIG Trampoline Gymnastics World Age Group Competitions 2017 SOFIA (BUL)

Women Tumbling
Rank Final
1
Score Final
34.000
Rank Qualif.
1
Score Qualif.
67.200

2015 - 24th Trampoline Gymnastics World Age Group Competition 2015 ODENSE (DEN)

Women Tumbling
Rank Final
1
Score Final
33.300
Rank Qualif.
5
Score Qualif.
64.000
World Cup qualifying for OG

2019 - FIG World Cup 2019 VALLADOLID (ESP)

Women Tumbling
Rank Final
3
Score Final
68.300
Rank Qualif.
3
Score Qualif.
66.800
World / Challenge Cup

2018 - FIG TRA & TUM World Cup LOULE (POR)

Women Tumbling
Rank Final
2
Score Final
67.900
Rank Qualif.
4
Score Qualif.
65.700