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Felicity White

Felicity White



Place of Birth




Junior Club

Splitz gymnastics Club

Senior Club

Premier Gymnastics Academy


Gina Peluso

Olympic History

Tokyo 2020

Career Events

Rhythmic Gymnastics Womens Group All-Around


Felicity's Story

Fast Facts

Sport: Rhythmic Gymnastics
Event: Rhythmic Gymnastics Group
Olympic History: Tokyo 2020
Highlights: Tokyo 2020 & 2018 Rhythmic Gymnastics World Championships
Club: Premier Gymnastics Academy
Year Born: 2000
State Born: QLD

About Felicity

Felicity White is Queensland born and bred, she grew up studying at the Queensland National Ballet School in Brisbane. Her amateur and now senior rhythmic gymnastics career has only excelled over the years, and she now competes at the highest level for the International Seniors Group.

The Australian Seniors Gymnastic Group is highly successful, with a long standings rank of No.1 in Australia, they’ve won 6 consecutive National Championships. As well as White the team presently consists of Emily Abbot, Himeka Onoda, Alexandra Aristoteli, Alannah Mathews.

The group has competed at World Cups in both Pesaro, Italy and Sofia, Bulgaria. They also travel internationally for training camps, bettering their skills in countries such as Germany and Bulgaria.

In 2018 the group attended the Gymnastics World Championships, in Sofia, Bulgaria. This was big for Australian Gymnastics as their attendance marked the first time in 10 years for a group. At the event they made a final rank of 29th with an end score of 28.925.

At the 2018 Gymnastics Queensland Awards Night, the group was honoured with the International Athlete Award of Excellence. At the World Championships they made history by being the first ever QLD senior group to represent Australia at that level.

Everyone in the team studies at university and in 2019 they attended the Napoli Summer Universiade. At the event their UniRoos rhythmic gymnastics team claimed 6th place, recording a score of 18.800 in the 5-ball group routine. This made history as the best ever score in an international competition.

In 2020 they scored PB’s to win at the Pacific Rim Trials in Sydney. Most recently the team has been victorious at the 2021 Continental Championship, as well as the 2021 Oceanic Championships.

The group made history in Tokyo as they became the first Australian Rhythmic Gymnastics Group to represent Australia at an Olympic Games.

Up against groups from 14 nations, the Australians completed a Ball apparatus routine and a second routine consisting of Clubs and Hoops. Mistakes on connections in both routines put a slight dampener on their performance, however the athletes held their heads high as they relished the opportunity to compete together at an Olympic Games.

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