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Alexandra Eedle

Alexandra was named as the 2020 Olympic Rhythmic Gymnastics Group reserve for the Tokyo Olympic Games.

Born in East Melbourne and raised in Sydney and Dubai, Alexandra lead an extremely active childhood of swimming and dance. But, it was seeing the older gymnasts train in her school hall that made Rhythmic Gymnastics her true passion.

Alexandra has been representing Australian since 2011, aged 11, across the pre junior, junior and senior international levels. Alexandra won three national Individual All Around titles as a junior. She also won a silver medal at the 2016 Pacific Rim Championships, in Seattle USA, winning the highest medal for Australia at the competition.

Since 2019, Alexandra has been based in Brisbane, as a member of the Australian Senior National Rhythmic Gymnastics Group Team. With the team she has competed at the World Cups in Pesaro, Italy and Sofia, Bulgaria. She also competed in the 2019 World Universiade in Naples, Italy with the group making history recording, the highest score Australia has ever received at an international group competition.

As of 2021, she is the first and only Australian Rhythmic Gymnast to be on both the senior individual and group national teams.

Off the competition floor, Alexandra is studying a Bachelor of Communications majoring in Digital Media, full time at the Queensland University of Technology. She also aims to complete an additional degree in secondary education.

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