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Profile ~ Meg Ross, Massachusetts - 2006

 

Meg is the head varsity gymnastics Coach at Lincoln-Sudbury High School.  She has coached high school gymnastics for 20 years at Wellesley, Natick, and Newton North in addition to her tenure at Lincoln-Sudbury.  She is also a rated gymnastics official.

Meg is affiliated with the USA Gymnastics Association, holds a safety certificate from USA Gymnastics and a kinder accreditation.  Detailed records for her teams are not available, but her 20-year record to the best of her knowledge, stands at 130-70.

Her teams have competed in the Dual County League Championships and were North Sectional qualifiers in 2001-2003.  In 2003, two gymnasts from Lincoln-Sudbury qualified for the individuals: one won the all-around ribbon title and was State Champion.  In 2003, two of the gymnasts represented Massachusetts in the National Meet in Las Vegas.  The Lincoln-Sudbury team won the National title for high school girls’ gymnastics.

In 2003, Meg was named the Dual County League Coach of the Year as well as the Metro West Coach of the Year in Gymnastics.

“I have coached, officiated, and advocated for women’s gymnastics for the past 23 years.  Coaching has been my true love.  I coach not only high school, but preschool.  I believe that children need to love a sport from its purest form and that continues to grow into a passion.  Gymnastics has been a large part of my life through coaching, officiating, and advocating this wonderful sport.  I also have been involved with the Olympic trials as they were hosted by Boston the past two cycles.  It was truly amazing to coach my preschoolers in the morning and view the best in the country that afternoon and evening.  I feel very fortunate to have been a part of having the trials in Boston.”