Courtney Anne Kupets
|Current Location::||Athens, Clarke County, Georgia, United States|
|Birthplace:||Bedford, Tarrant County, Texas, United States|
Daughter of <private> Kupets and <private> Kupets (Peach)
|Occupation:||Retired three-time American gymnastics national champion, two-time Olympic medallist, and 13-time NCAA champion|
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About Courtney Kupets
Courtney Kupets is an American gymnast. She is best known for her 2003 and 2004 all-around national championships; her membership on the 2002 and 2003 World Artistic Gymnastics Championships and 2004 Olympic teams; her individual bronze medal on the uneven bars at the 2004 Olympics; and her 13 NCAA national championships (nine individual, four team).
During her elite career, Kupets won a team silver and individual bronze (uneven bars) at the 2004 Athens Olympics, a team gold at the 2003 World Championships, an individual gold (uneven bars) at the 2002 World Championships, the national all-around and balance beam titles in 2004, the national all-around in 2003, and four other national medals. The only apparatus on which she never won an individual or world medal was the vault.
She resided in Gaithersburg, Maryland and trained at Hill's Gymnastics, former gym of Olympians Dominique Dawes and Elise Ray, for 35 hours each week.
Kupets attended the University of Georgia, joining her older sister, Ashley Kupets, as a Georgia GymDog. During her time at UGA, from 2005-2009, the Gymdogs won 4 NCAA National Championships.
She is widely regarded as one of the most successful NCAA gymnasts of all time, male or female, having received an incredible eight perfect 10 scores during her four years as a GymDog. Kupets is the only NCAA gymnast ever to win the all-around and every individual event. She is also the only gymnast ever to win the NCAA all-around and all four individual events.
On June 22, 2009, Kupets was awarded the Honda-Broderick Cup, which is given to the top female college athlete.
In 2008, she was inducted into the USA Gymnastics Hall of Fame.