Bio: Chloe Cleland has lived in Medina her entire life and is currently a Sophomore at Highland High School. She started “Parent and Child” gymnastics classes when she was 3 years old and has been a part of the sport ever since. She has been a competitive gymnast for many years, even winning the Level 8 Vault competition at States and making it to Regionals for the Team Ohio A Team, in 2017. Her favorite event is Floor because she loves to tumble and to do leaps and jumps, however she also loves Vault because of how technical it is. Outside of the gym, she is an active volunteer for Erie Shore Greyhound Adoption of Ohio and for Project Linus. Her favorite subject in school is French because she feels that it is her best subject. She is very excited to share her love of and knowledge about gymnastics with her students.
Motto: “Be the change that you wish to see in the world” -Mahatma Ghandi
Why I Love Coaching: I have always liked working with children, and I love seeing them live up to their potential and blossom into incredible people. I love teaching gymnastics specifically because I feel that it is my job to pass down what I have learned and to inspire young gymnasts to be successful and happy as they grow up.
Fun Fact: My family has a retired racing greyhound named Puma, who ran 110 races in her career, but who is now a big couch potato.