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Nieve Schimley

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 “I started gymnastics at Barcroft when I was two because of my big sister. She took a few lessons, and I decided I wanted to do the same. It’s always kind of been a part of me. I’ve grown up there, and I’m there almost every day of the week. All the coaches and kids there have kind of become a second family, and it's really natural and home like. I teach the kids there as well. They don’t try to be inspiring, but it’s nice knowing they always look up to all of us coaches, and it really makes my day. They also never fail to say cute and adorable things.”

“I started gymnastics at Barcroft when I was two because of my big sister. She took a few lessons, and I decided I wanted to do the same. It’s always kind of been a part of me. I’ve grown up there, and I’m there almost every day of the week. All the coaches and kids there have kind of become a second family, and it’s really natural and home like. I teach the kids there as well. They don’t try to be inspiring, but it’s nice knowing they always look up to all of us coaches, and it really makes my day. They also never fail to say cute and adorable things.”

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