The now 24-year-old started in gymnastics at the age of three and trained with the Pymble Ladies College Gymnastics Club before being the youngest athlete to be offered a scholarship at the Australian Institute of Sport at age seven. Danielle went on to an elite level before retiring at the age of 13.
Danielle competed at the Sochi 2014 Winter Olympics and came ninth. She is an Olympic Winter Institute of Australia (OWIA) & Victoria Institute of Sport (VIS) athlete.
Read more on Danielle's achievement here.
Gymnastics Australia (GA) is supported by the Federal Government's Australian Institute of Sport Competitive Innovation Fund. ‘Spin to Win’ is a collaborative project led by GA in partnership with Diving Australia (DA), Ski & Snowboard Australia (SSA) and the Olympic Winter Institute of Australia (OWIA) that aims to build a successful and sustainable national system of talent identification, development and transfer to maximise podium performances at world championships and Olympic Games in each sport in the future.
For more information regarding talent identification or talent transfer please contact GA's National Pathways Coordinator – Spin to Win, Bree Bryant at firstname.lastname@example.org.