Grace McCallum is a 21-year-old artistic gymnast from the United States. She seems to have been a part of the United States Women’s National Gymnastics Team for five years. McCallum earned gold with the United States gymnastics team in the 2018 and 2019 World Championships.
Grace just competed in the Olympic Trials for the Tokyo Olympic Games in 2021. Grace McCallum’s personal wealth is expected to reach about $1 million by 2023.
Grace McCallum Bio/Wiki[table id=3139 /]
Grace McCallum was born on October 30, 2002, in Cambridge, Minnesota, United States. Edward and Sandra McCallum, her parents, gave birth to her. Grace started being raised with five brothers and sisters. She finished her high school career by attending Connections Academy online.
Grace debuted as a juvenile gymnast in the 2017 U.S. Classic. She came in third in the all-around competition. Similarly, while competing at Nationals, she finished 11th in the all-around. In 2018, she became a senior and was named to the senior national team. Soon after, she competed in the 2018 Pacific Rim Gymnastics Championships, winning a gold medal for her team.
McCallum went on to participate in the 2018 City of Jesolo Trophy, finishing fifth in the all-around. In August 2018, she competed in the National Championships. She was ready to finalize fourth in the all-around competition. A few days later, she secured her spot on the squad that would compete in the Pan American Championships. She was already in top form in the Championships, winning the gold medal in the group finals.
Grace goes on to participate for the United States in the American Cup in January 2019. She placed third overall and won silver in the all-around. Similarly, she maintained her strong form at the 2019 GK US Classic, finishing third in the all-around. She later competed in the 2019 United States National Championships. However, she was not even in top form this time, as she had two falls and finished in ninth place.
In September 2019, McCallum also participated in the US World Championships trials. During the qualifier, she proved to be valuable to the USA team, as they qualified first for the World Championships. Her identity was revealed as one of the gymnastics that would lead the United States at the Birmingham World Cup in February 2020. The Birmingham World Cup, unfortunately, was eventually cancelled because of the COVID-19 epidemic.
Grace began 2021 by participating in the American Classic, where she really participated in the parallel bars. In the same year, she participated in the National Championships, finishing seventh in the all-around. She also took bronze just on the balancing beam and was nominated to the National Team. Grace is a gymnast who recently competed in the Olympic Trials. She is now in the fifth position in the trials, where she is competing for an Olympic slot.
Grace McCallum may be comfortable right now. We haven’t heard anything of her being in a romantic connection with anyone since. Grace appears to be fairly popular on Instagram, where she has 59.4K followers. She just posted on Instagram with the message “Day 1 done, now let’s get some fun on Day 2!!.”
Height And Weight
Grace McCallum is presently 5 feet 0 inches (152.4 cm) tall and weighs roughly 48 kg (105 pounds). Her physical measurements are not yet accessible. Similarly, her hair and eyes are both light brown.
Grace McCallum Net Worth
Grace McCallum is estimated to have a net worth of $1 million as of 2023. She must have acquired the enormous sum through competing in many tournaments. We predict her combined wealth to rise in the coming years because she is only 19 and has yet to win more victories in her next gymnastic tournaments.