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Birthdate: (31)
Birthplace: Canoga Park, Los Angeles, California, United States
Occupation: American gymnastics coach, retired gymnast, and member of the 2000 bronze medal-winning U.S. Olympic Team
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Immediate Family

    • Joyce
      mother
    • John
      father
    • Jennifer
      sister
    • Joanne
      sister
    • John
      brother
    • Jalynne
      sister
    • Janelle
      sister
    • Jeremy
      brother

About Jamie Annette Dantzscher

Jamie Annette Dantzscher (born May 2, 1982 in Canoga Park, California, U.S.) is a retired American gymnast. She was a member of the bronze model-winning United States women's artistic gymnastics team at the 2000 Olympics in Sydney.

In 2000, Dantzscher won her first U.S. Nationals all-around medal, a bronze. She placed fifth at the Olympic Trials, securing a berth in the U.S. Olympic team. Although Dantzscher fell on the floor exercise during the team preliminaries in Sydney, she competed well in the team finals, contributing a valuable 9.700 on the uneven bars and a 9.712 on the floor exercise. Dantzscher was one of the most visible members of the U.S. Olympic team in the media.

After the Olympics, Dantzscher joined the UCLA Bruins gymnastics team. During her NCAA career, she achieved 28 perfect 10.0 scores, setting a school record that has yet to be overturned. In her first meet as a Bruin, she scored perfect tens on both of the events she competed: floor and bars. It is believed that she is the first gymnast in NCAA history to score a perfect ten on her first-ever collegiate routine. By the time she had finished her four years of NCAA competition, Dantzscher had achieved All-American honors fifteen times, earned three Pac-10 individual titles, and been a part of three NCAA Championships first-place teams with the Bruins. She was awarded the 2004 AAI American Award.

During the 2008-09 season, Jamie was an assistant coach at Arizona State University, where she was in charge of balance beam and floor exercise. Prior to this, she coached at Diamond Elite Gymnastics in Chino, California and Club Champion in Pasadena, California.

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Jamie Dantzscher's Timeline

1982
May 2, 1982
Canoga Park, Los Angeles, California, United States