Rhythmic gymnast, future Olympian
A rhythmic gymnast since age six, national title winner by 12 and a national team member from age 14, Alexandra is a huge advocate for her sport. The 15-year-old believes rhythmic gymnastics not only teaches children coordination and promotes good health, but also encourages complex thinking and discipline. After a successful 2017, which saw her win gold in Singapore and achieve the highest ranking by an Australian at a grand prix event. Alexandra was selected to compete for Australia at the 2018 Commonwealth Games, where she won bronze in the individual ball event. Now training up to 50 hours a week, she has her sights set on the 2020 Tokyo Olympics.