MyKayla Skinner Family, Net Worth, Husband, Professional Career, Children, Bio

MyKayla Skinner Net Worth
MyKayla Skinner Net Worth

MyKayla Skinner is an American artistic gymnast know all about MyKayla Skinner Family, Net Worth, Professional Career, Husband, Children and Bio

Name MyKayla Skinner
Birthdate ( Age) 9 December 1996
Place of Birth Gilbert, Arizona, United States
Marital Status  Engaged
Husband/Partner Jonas Harmer (m. 2019)
Children Nt Known
Parents Kym Skinner, Cris Skinner
Profession American artistic gymnast
Net Worth $1.5 Million
Last Update 2022

MyKayla Brooke Skinner Harmer is an American artistic gymnast. She has qualified to compete at the 2020 Olympic Games. She was previously the 2016 Olympic alternate on the women’s gymnastics team. Skinner competed at the 2014 World Championships where she contributed to the U.S. team’s gold medal, also winning an individual bronze medal on vault.

She has won 11 total medals at the USA National Championships during her senior career and competed for the University of Utah’s gymnastics team and is a two-time NCAA champion.

MyKayla Skinner Family

Skinner was born on December 9, 1996, in Gilbert, Arizona to Cris and Kym Skinner. She has three older siblings, Jeremy, Chelsea and Katie, two of whom are former gymnasts themselves. Skinner is a member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.She lives in Gilbert, Arizona and said that her role model is Olympic gold medalist Shawn Johnson.

Skinner trained with the coaches of Desert Lights Gymnastics in Chandler, Arizona. Her personal coach was the head coach of the club, Lisa Spini.She attended Higley High School in 2011 as a freshman and was home schooled starting in 2012. In November 2014, Skinner committed to join the University of Utah program as a collegiate gymnast beginning in 2015, deferring this to 2016 to pursue a place on the USA team for the 2016 Summer Olympics.

MyKayla Skinner Family
MyKayla Skinner Family

MyKayla Skinner Husband

MyKayla Skinner is married longtime boyfriend, Jonas Harmer in 2019. MyKayla Skinner and her husband met through a mutual friend at the university. Skinner confessed she immediately thought he was the “cutest” guy she’d ever seen but didn’t think he’d be interested in her because she’s “super short.”

MyKayla Skinner Net Worth

MyKayla Brooke Skinner Harmer is an American artistic gymnast who has an estimated Net Worth of $1.5 Million in 2022.

MyKayla Skinner Professional Career

Skinner was the junior individual all-around champion of the 2011 American Classic.She was named to the junior US national team after finishing tenth in the all-around and second on vault at the National Championships.Skinner became a member of the U.S. senior national team in 2012.She was a member of the winning U.S. squad at the City of Jesolo Trophy in March. In June, she finished 15th all around at the U.S. Nationals and third on vault.She had hoped to make the 2012 US women’s Olympic team but was not selected to compete at the Olympic Trials.

MyKayla Skinner
MyKayla Skinner

Skinner competed at the Fiesta Bowl in early 2013, winning every individual event except for the floor exercise where she tied for eighth place.[19] At the 2013 P&G Championships she placed third on vault and floor. She finished sixth in the all-around.Skinner was a member of the winning U.S. squad at the City of Jesolo Trophy in March, where she won the gold on vault and floor exercise and placed fourth in the all-around.

In August and September, Skinner competed at the Pan American Championships in Mississauga, Canada. She helped the American team place first in the team competition. Individually, she placed first in the all-around competition with a score of 56.850.In the event finals, she placed first on vault scoring 15.037, seventh on balance beam scoring 13.475, and first on floor scoring 14.750.

Skinner was selected to compete at the 2014 World Championships in Nanning, China.She won a gold medal with the U.S. in the team competition, contributing a score of 15.775 on vault and 14.666 on the floor.In the event finals, Skinner won a bronze medal in the vault, with a score of 15.366,and placed fourth in the floor exercise final, scoring a 14.700, losing out on a second bronze medal to Aliya Mustafina who had a score of 14.733.

At the 2016 U.S. National Championships, Skinner finished 10th in the all-around and won a silver medal on vault and a bronze medal on floor exercise. At this point in her senior career, she had nine total medals at the U.S. National Championships.

In November 2014, Skinner signed a National Letter of Intent for the University of Utah and the Utah Red Rocks program.Skinner was recruited along with Shannon McNatt, MaKenna Merrell, and Erika Muhaw as Utah looked to fill gaps left by the graduation of four of its seniors, including Georgia Dabritz and Tory Wilson.

Utah coach Greg Marsden said that Skinner was “one of the top gymnasts in the world” with “the potential to get even better as a result of her passion for the sport. She loves to flip and twist.” In April 2015, Skinner announced that she would defer enrolling at Utah by a year to concentrate on making the 2016 Olympic team.

At the National Championships Skinner competed the all-around both days and finished in ninth place after falling off the balance beam and going out of bounds on floor exercise on the first night. She won silver on vault behind Simone Biles and placed ninth on uneven bars, tenth on floor exercise, and sixteenth on balance beam.

As a result she was added to the national team and qualified to compete at the Olympic Trials.At the Olympic Trials, Skinner finished fifth in the all-around and was selected to represent the United States as the non-nominative spot at the Tokyo Olympics, meaning she will compete as an individual instead of on the four-member USA team.

On July 3 Skinner announced that she will retire from gymnastics competitions after the Olympics, returning to University of Utah to complete her degree but forgoing the remainder of her NCAA scholarship and turning pro.At the Olympic Games Skinner performed the all-around during qualifications.

She hit all four routines and finished in eleventh place and was the fourth highest scoring American; however she did not qualify to the final due to two-per-country limitations. Additionally she recorded the fourth highest vault score but once again did not advance to the final due to Simone Biles and Jade Carey scoring higher.

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