Jordyn Wieber has a Starscore of 2,267,476 and is No.39122 today on the Global social media chart
With a total of 51,952 YouTube views, 371,505 Facebook fans and 436,953 Twitter followers. Today Jordyn Wieber lost 453 Twitter followers, gained 9 YouTube views and gained 82 Facebook fans. Her social media ranking has moved down 50 places in the daily Olympics 2012 Chart to no.186 and remains at no.84 in the all time Olympics 2012 Chart.
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Jordyn Wieber was born on July 12, 1995 to Rita and David Wieber. Just 11 years later Jordyn competed in the biggest competition of her life, the 2006 Visa National Championships. Although Jordyn was the youngest competitor at the meet her big tricks for such a tiny girl set her apart from the rest. Jordyn qualified to her first national team in 9th place and received her first international assignment...but this was only after years of hard work and dedication to the sport that she loves.... Jordyn started her gymnastics career in 1999 at age 4. In 2002 Jordyn qualified to the 2002 National TOP 7 & 8 Year Old Diamond Team. By age 7 Jordyn was competing a level 5 athlete she competed as a level 5 at the Early State Championships in 2003 winnning vault, bars, beam, floor, and all-around! In 2004 Jordyn competed as a level 6 athlete where she placed 2nd all-around at the Level 6 Michigan State Championships. By the age of 10 Jordyn had already qualified to level 10, the highest level in the Junior Olympic program. Jordyn competed at Region 5 Championships as a level 8 athlete in 2005 where she placed 1st all-around and 1st on vault and bars. Jordyn jumped to level 10 in 2006 and competed at Level 10 Michigan Championships on Bars and Beam. Jordyn qualified to Level 10 Region 5 Championships where she placed 1st on vault and floor and 4th all-around, qualifying her to the 2006 Junior Olympic Championships in Oklahoma City, OK. Jordyn placed 2nd all-around at JO Nationals and 2nd on floor. Jordyn qualified to the international elite level in mid 2006 where she went on to compete at the 2006 US Classic. Jordyn placed 10th all-around at the 2006 US Classic in Kansas City, and easily scored high enough to qualify her to the 2006 Visa National Championships which would be held in St. Paul, MN. Jordyn placed 9th on beam and 9th all-around in a strong field of competitor, qualifying her to her first National Team. Jordyn started off 2007 by competing in some invitational competitions where she showed her new and upgraded skills including a double twisting yuchenko on vault and a back tuck full on beam. Jordyn went into the 2007 US Classic as one of the favorites to win the title, but a few mistakes left Jordyn in 5th place. Although Jordyn had qualified to the 2007 US Championships, she knew that she could do better. Jordyn finished the first day of competition in 3rd place and easily repeated the feat on day two to finish with the bronze medal in the all-around. Jordyn also came away with more hardware earning the silver on vault, the bronze on bars, and the silver on beam! Jordyn has successfully qualified to her 2nd USA National Team and received an assignment to compete in the Top Gym Competition to be held in Belgium. Unfortunately the Top Gym Competition was cancelled in 2007 so Jordyn was left without an assignment. In October she attended another National Team Training camp where she was named to the 2007 Jr. Pan America team! Jordyn traveled to Guatemala where the USA won the team gold and Jordyn won the silver medal in the all around. Jordyn also earned gold medal on bars and beam and a bronze medal on floor. In March of 2008 Jordyn was assigned to the 2008 Jesolo Grand Prix Competition in Italy. Team USA once again earned the gold medal in the team competition and Jordyn equaled that success by winning the gold medal in the individual competition. Later she was also named to the 2008 Pacific Rim Championships, but had to withdraw due to an ankle injury. Jordyn went on to compete at the 2008 US Classic where she swept the competition winning five gold medals. She went on to...