|Club||Kyle Goldbacher||Imaginary Dive Club||Lansdale||Pa|
|High School||Kyle Goldbacher|
2018 USA Diving Jr National Championship
|Years diving||USA Diving||AAU|
5 time JO National Championship Qualifier. Competed at Nationals in Tennessee, Florida, Minnesota, Ohio and Georgia/
I am currently a competitive JO diver and a former Level 9 gymnast. I now am competing in the 16-18 age group. I completed my first year competing trampoline and tumbling and competed in level 8 in 2015. I am the 2015 state champion on trampoline and double mini trampoline. I placed 2nd in tumbling at the state championships. I qualified to compete at the 2015 Nationals in North Carolina for trampoline and tumbling.
I dive for the Imaginary Dive Club National Team and I also dive and swim with the Nor-Gwynn & North Penn Aquatic Clubs in the Lansdale, Pa area. I competed gymnastics for the Montco Sports Performance Center in Harleysville, Pa. I was a Level 8 and Level 9 Regional qualifier in gymnastics. I am also a 2 time USA Gymnastics PA State Champion on the Vault.
I have been in the band, chorus, dance and student council. I am consistently an honor roll student, so this shows my dedication to academics as well. I received the Presidential Award for Academic Excellence. I enjoy working at the gym assisting the younger gymnasts on how to improve their skills. I completed my life guard certification, so I been coaching diving for the past two summer seasons.
11 Dive List: 401B, 403B, 301B, 303B, 5132D, 103B, 201B, 203B, 5233D, 105B, 5333D
I love competing and being part of a team.
I was a member of student council and I was always tasked to coach and lead the younger competitive gymnasts at our gym and assist the younger divers at the township level.
Managing my time, staying positive, working hard, being disciplined, setting goals and having fun.
I volunteer to coach younger kids in diving and gymnastics. I also assist my mother each year with a towel drive for the SPCA. I plan to get my life guard certification and become a paid coach over the summer. It is important to me to help others develop as athletes and as a young person. I feel that teaching teamwork, commitment, discipline, hard work and having fun is important to development. These were qualities I was taught that has helped me to be successful in athletics and in life.