Sarah Finnegan Bio, Age, Sister, Engaged, Gymnastics And Net Worth.

Sarah Finnegan Biography

Sarah Finnegan is a retired American artistic gymnast and was an alternate for the 2012 Summer Olympics Gymnastics team. The 2017 and 2019 NCAA champion once competed for the Louisiana State Lady Tigers at the collegiate level.

Sarah Finnegan Age

Finnegan celebrates her birthday on the 14th of November every year. She was born in the year 1996 in St. Louis, Missouri, United States.

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Finnegan is the daughter of Don (was a collegiate wrestler at wrestling-mad Iowa State, helping the Cyclones win the 1977 NCAA championship) and Linabelle. Her sibling sisters, Aleah (the trainer of GAGE under Al Fong and Armine Barutyan, was a member of the United States’ women’s national gymnastics team), Hannah, and Jennah are also gymnasts.

In 2008, she and her family moved from St. Louis to Kansas City, Missouri so that she could train at GAGE. She said, “When I was at my old gym, I went to Regionals in 2008 and I saw GAGE there and I was like, ‘Wow they’re really good – I want to be like that,’ so I talked with my parents and I’ve been there ever since.” When asked how her gymnastics has changed she said, “It has improved a lot. I’ve gotten a lot stronger and my skills have improved. They focus on a bunch of technique and the little details have really helped me a lot. I really like trying new stuff. Especially tumbling passes and on beam. Just go up there and flip and twist and see what you come up with.”

Sarah Finnegan Father

Her father had stayed fit and watched what he ate even long after his wrestling days. However, he was suffering from pancreatitis, an inflammation of the pancreas. “It was strange because my dad is never sick,” Sarah said. “He’s Superman. I thought, ‘Oh, he’ll be fine.’ But we go home and he’s in the ICU. We actually had to spend Thanksgiving in the ICU.”

Don’s condition took a turn for the worse after his daughters arrived back home. There was a point where his doctors told Linabelle, “You need to prepare for your husband to die.” During the 2016 Christmas holidays, Don began to recover, but his condition became septic, and he was rushed back to the hospital. Eventually, he was transferred from Kansas City to another hospital in St. Louis where he underwent surgery. In the month of August this year, 2019, is was announced that Don Finnegan had passed on.

Sarah Finnegan Education

Finnegan began college at Louisiana State University in the fall of 2015 and began rivaling the LSU Lady Tigers vaulting crew in 2016. She was a kinesiology major. At the 2016 SEC Championships, Finnegan helped the Lady Tigers win group silver. She completed the 2016 season positioned fourth broadly on pillar and eleventh on bars. At the 2017 NCAA Championships, she won individual gold on the uneven bars and bronze on floor, turning into the first NCAA bars champion from LSU.

Finnegan likewise added to the Lady Tigers’ group silver. At the 2018 NCAA Championships, the Lady Tigers set forth and Finnegan independently put seventh on equalization bar and eighth on the whole around. At the 2019 SEC Championships Finnegan helped LSU win the group rivalry. Exclusively she set first in the individual all-around, on uneven bars, on parity shaft, and on floor practice and set third on vault.

In April it was declared that Finnegan had won the AAI Award for 2019 for being the top senior acrobat. At the 2019 NCAA Championships Finnegan won gold on the uneven bars. In the overall, she completed fourth behind Maggie Nichols of Oklahoma, Kyla Ross of UCLA, and Lexy Ramler of Minnesota and on equalization bar, she completed second behind Natalie Wojcik of Michigan. The next day she helped LSU spot second behind Oklahoma for the group title.

Sarah Finnegan Engaged | Sarah Finnegan Wedding

Speaking of her personal life, the twenty-two-year-old gymnast has not yet disclosed her partner’s name. However, she is a married lady. proved this by taking it to Twitter that she is already engaged.

Sarah Finnegan Gymnastics

In August, Finnegan contended at the Visa Championships in Hartford, Connecticut. She placed 6th in the all-around with a two-day combined score of 111.350. On occasion finals, she placed fourth on balance beam scoring 28.400 and first on floor scoring 29.200. In September, Finnegan contended at the Pan American Championships in Guadalajara, Mexico. She contributed a balance beam score of 14.400 towards the American team’s in front of the pack finish and placed third in the balance beam occasion final with a score of 14.150.

In July, Finnegan contended at the Covergirl Classic in Chicago, Illinois. She placed fourth in the all-around with a score of 56.650. On occasion finals, she placed third on uneven bars scoring 14.200, seventh on balance beam scoring 14.200, and first on floor scoring 14.500. In August, Finnegan contended at the Visa Championships in Saint Paul, Minnesota. She placed third in the all-around with a two-day combined score of 115.300. On occasion finals, she placed fifth on uneven bars scoring 27.800, third on balance beam scoring 29.050, and third on floor scoring 29.100.

In March, Finnegan contended at the City of Jesolo Trophy in Jesolo, Italy. She placed third in the all-around with a score of 58.650. Finnegan said, “It was very cool that it was Italy. It was my second time there, but in my first year, I didn’t get to compete because I injured my back. Competing this time was really cool because I got to see how everything works and see where I am in the competition. I learned a lot.”  In May, Finnegan contended at the Secret U.S. Classic in Chicago, Illinois. She placed third on balance beam with a score of 14.900 and second on floor with a score of 15.200.

In June, Finnegan contended at the Visa Championships in St. Louis, Missouri. She placed 6th in the all-around with a two-day combined score of 117.600. In events, she finishes second on balance beam scoring 30.400 and fourth on floor scoring 29.950. She said, “It wasn’t my best performance, yet I have to learn from it and try sincerely and make it better for trials.” Marta Karolyi said that Sarah is a “world-class gymnast, has the international look. Regardless she has to get a tiny piece sturdier. Yesterday or the day prior to, the beam routine was strong and beautiful. Today it was somewhat shaky. She needs to take a shot at simply presenting reliably what she can do.”

At the beginning of July, Finnegan contended at the Olympic Trials in San Jose, California. She placed 6th in the all-around with a two-day combined score of 118.500. In events, she placed 6th on uneven bars scoring 29.150, fifth on balance beam scoring 29.900, and 6th on floor scoring 29.550. She was named as one of the three replacement gymnasts for the 2012 Summer Olympics team known as the Fierce Five.

Finnegan missed the 2013 club season because of an injury, yet went after St. Louis Gymnastics Center in 2014. Sarah and her sisters, who are involved in focused gymnastics, moved back to St. Louis Gymnastics Center in Webster Groves, Mo., a rec center they used to train at until 2008. Finnegan contended in a couple of Level 10 invitationals during the J.O. season.

Sarah Finnegan Net Worth

As an elite gymnast, she must be receiving a good amount of money as her salary. As of this year 2019, she has an estimated net worth of $1 Million – $5 Million.

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