ROSILIER Aubrey
United States of America
USA
Title
Ms
Lastname
ROSILIER
Firstname
Aubrey
Gender
female
Country
United States of America
Place of birth
USA
Year of birth
1999 (24 y.o.)
Discipline(s)
Acrobatic Gymnastics
test img
Hobbies
Drawing. (shopabbyrose.com, 04 Jun 2021)
Occupation
Designer, Student
Education
Economics - University of Texas at Austin, United States
Spoken languages
English
Injuries
She tore her anterior cruciate ligament [ACL], medial collateral ligament [MCL] and meniscus, and also dislocated her kneecap, at the 2019 World Cup event in Puurs, Belgium. She required surgery, and returned to competition in early 2020. (gymnastics.sport, 06 Dec 2021, 24 Jun 2021)
Start sporting career
She took up acrobatics at age 11, after five years in rhythmic gymnastics. (txacro.com, 19 Apr 2017)
Milestones
She and Emily Davis became the first acrobatic gymnasts representing the United States of America to win a medal in women's pair at the world championships when they claimed silver at the 2021 edition of the tournament in Geneva, Switzerland. (SportsDeskOnline, 26 Jan 2022; usagym.org, 23 Dec 2021)
Awards
She and women's pair partner Emily Davis were named 2021 Acro Pair/Group of the Year by USA Gymnastics. They also won the award in 2020. (usagym.org, 23 Dec 2021, 02 Sep 2020)

In May 2018 she and women's pair partner Emily Davis were named USA Gymnastics Region 3 Athletes of the Year. (region3acro.com, 19 May 2018)
Additional information
General
RETIREMENT
She retired from elite competition in 2021. (International Gymnastics Federation - FIG Facebook page, 07 Dec 2021; Acrobatic Gymnastics of San Antonio Facebook page, 25 Aug 2021)

INJURY COMEBACK
She said the serious knee injury she suffered in 2019 led her to consider giving up the sport. "I didn't think it would be that bad, and when I found out it was that bad, I just kind of broke down. I really thought I was going to quit, just not be able to do what I wanted to do anymore. Honestly, I was just in a really bad place for a while." However, coach Vladimir Vladev convinced her not to break up her partnership with Emily Davis, and the COVID-19 pandemic gave her knee time to heal fully. She and Davis went on to win silver at the 2021 World Championships in Geneva, Switzerland. "After [the enforced break from training due to the pandemic] it was just a lot better. I saw the light at the end of the tunnel, and I wanted to get there." (gymnastics.sport, 24 Jun 2021)

DESIGNER
She is the main designer for a company owned by her sister Abby that sells mobile phone cases. (shopabbyrose.com, 04 Jun 2021)

Last update : 2022-01-27

The World Games

2017 - 10th The World Games 2017 WROCLAW (POL)

Women Pair
Rank Final
4
Score Final
23.860
Rank Qualif.
3
Score Qualif.
54.350
World Championships

2021 - 27th FIG Acrobatic Gymnastics World Championships GENEVA (SUI)

Women Pair
Rank Final
2
Score Final
28.580
Rank Qualif.
2
Score Qualif.
83.050
Team
Rank Final
6
Score Final
42.000
Rank Qualif.
-
Score Qualif.
-

2018 - 26th FIG Acrobatic Gymnastics World Championships ANTWERP (BEL)

Women Pair
Rank Final
5
Score Final
27.930
Rank Qualif.
5
Score Qualif.
82.740
Continental Championships

2017 - Pan American Championships 2017 DAYTONA BEACH (USA)

Women Pair
Rank Final
1
Score Final
27.670
Rank Qualif.
1
Score Qualif.
54.880
World / Challenge Cup

2019 - FIG World Cup 2019 PUURS (BEL)

Women Pair
Rank Final
6
Score Final
-
Rank Qualif.
2
Score Qualif.
54.940

2019 - FIG World Cup 2019 LAS VEGAS (USA)

Women Pair
Rank Final
4
Score Final
24.430
Rank Qualif.
2
Score Qualif.
55.040

2019 - FIG World Cup 2019 MAIA (POR)

Women Pair
Rank Final
3
Score Final
27.790
Rank Qualif.
3
Score Qualif.
54.290