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Clay Mason Stephens

Clay Stephens (Gymnastics), will make his Commonwealth Games debut in Birmingham. Stephens began gymnastics at the age of five after being spotted at a talent identification program. He was eventually recruited into the Gymnastics SA junior elite talent squad. After Stephens won gold on the floor, the vault and the parallel bars, silver on the high bar and bronze on the pommel at the Australian under-17 titles he was selected for the Youth Olympic Games in Singapore. 2015 was his first Senior Nationals and he finished 8th All-Around and 2nd Vault. Stephens finished 14th in the Vault at the 2017 World Championships His success is made all more remarkable as he has only one pectoral muscle and has had three ACL repairs. Stephens has been mentored by Sam Offord, who won two gold medals at the Delhi 2010 Commonwealth Games. He attended the University of Illinois, like fellow gymnast Tyson Bull, graduating in 2022. Stephens finished second in the All-Around at the 2022 Australian Championships and 4th in the High Bar.

Sport / Discipline

Gymnastics

Birth Place

Henley Beach

Birth state

SA

Date of Birth

19/05/1997

Age

25

Birmingham, 2022

Results History

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