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FRAZIER eMjae
United States of America
USA
Title
Ms
Lastname
FRAZIER
Firstname
eMjae
Gender
female
Country
United States of America
Place of birth
New Jersey
Year of birth
2004 (18 y.o.)
Discipline(s)
Women's Artistic Gymnastics
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Hobbies
Football. (Instagram profile, 11 Oct 2021)
Spoken languages
English
Club
Parkettes National Gymnastics Training Center [Allentown, PA, USA]
Sporting relatives
Her older sister Margzetta Frazier has competed for the United States of America in artistic gymnastics, and won silver in the individual all-around at the 2018 World Cup event in Birmingham, England. (SportsDeskOnline, 12 Oct 2021; collegegymnews.com, 14 Dec 2020)
Injuries
She tore three ligaments in her right knee in late 2019 and required reconstructive surgery. She was unable to train for eight months. (collegegymnews.com, 14 Jan 2021)
Reason for taking up the sport
She followed her sister Margzetta into the sport. "Without my sister, I would be doing soccer and track instead of gymnastics." (collegegymnews.com, 14 Jan 2021)
Ambitions
To compete at the 2023 Pan American Games in Santiago, Chile. (collegegymnews.com, 14 Jan 2021)
Philosophy / Motto
"Even if something is not going the way you want it, you just have to find a way to keep pushing and work hard on what you want for yourself. Your goals will not be stopped by an obstacle on your way. You can go over it, around it, under it - you just have to find a way." (collegegymnews.com, 14 Jan 2021)
Additional information
General
COLLEGE COMMITMENT
In December 2020 she announced her commitment to study at the University of California, Berkeley in the United States of America. (Instagram profile, 14 Dec 2020; collegegymnews.com, 14 Dec 2020)

Last update : 2021-10-18

World Championships

2021 - 50th FIG Artistic Gymnastics World Championships KITAKYUSHU (JPN)

Uneven Bars
Rank Final
-
Score Final
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Rank Qualif.
40
Score Qualif.
12.000
Floor Exercise
Rank Final
-
Score Final
-
Rank Qualif.
9
Score Qualif.
13.166