Jesse Moore (Gymnastics) was the youngest member of the artistic gymnastics team, aged 19, at his Commonwealth Games debut in Birmingham where he was 6th on Pommel Horse and was part of the men’s team that finished 4th. He also qualified for the Horizontal Bar final, but a shoulder injury forced his withdrawal, allowing teammate Tyson Bull to compete. Starting gymnastics at the age of six, the Adelaide native showed so much early talent at Ascot Park Primary School where he was part of the school’s specialised gymnastics program that he was quickly elevated to South Australia’s high-performance program where he trained under Paul Szyjko. Jesse won four consecutive All-Around age titles at the national championships from 2015 to 2018 before his first international competitions in 2018 which included a bronze medal on Horizontal Bar at the Pacific Rim Championships. He then qualified for the Junior World Championships in Hungary in 2019, where he finished seventh on the Horizontal Bar. In his first senior international competition in 2021, Jesse finished fourth in the All-Around at the Continental Championships but was not selected on the Olympic team for Tokyo because he was too young. At the same event, he was the second-placed Australian in the All-Around, Parallel Bars and Floor, and fourth on three other apparatus. Consistent results at the junior and senior levels earned Jesse a position at the National Training Centre within the Australian Institute of Sport. He won the men’s All-Around title at the Australian Gymnastics Championships in 2022 and was named the 2019 recipient of the MAG Junior International Gymnast of the Year Award, presented by Commonwealth Games Australia. Moore was also awarded a Tier 3 Scholarship within the 2022 Sport Australia Hall of Fame Scholarship and Mentoring Program. When Jesse eventually finishes competitive gymnastics, he would like to remain involved in the sport and become a physiotherapist.
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