Meet … Sunisa Lee – Auburn University Athletics
It’s time to meet the Newbie 2022 Auburn Gymnastics course as we have questions and answers with the newcomers to you. Get to know Sunisa Lee!
Hometown: St. Paul, Minnesota
Before Auburn: Seven-time US national team member … Three-time Olympic champion from Tokyo 2020 … Olympic champion in all-around … Silver with Team USA in team competition … Bronze on uneven bars at the Olympic Games … 2021 US bar champion … 2021 US runner-up in all-around and bar … Won team gold at the World Championships 2019 in Stuttgart, Germany … With the silver medal on the floor and bronze on the parallel bars at the World Championships … National US State Champion 2019, all-round silver medalist and floor tournament bronze medalist … Jesolo Trophy Team Champion 2019 … First in all-around, parallel bars and floor at the Jesolo Trophy … 2018 US junior champion on parallel bars and runner-up world champion on bars.
Q: What is your favorite team memory so far?
“The sitting we do before the meeting. Everyone’s running around and dancing as we stretch and it makes us all really excited.”
Q: What is your favorite auburn tradition?
“Rolling Toomer’s Corner!”
Q: What are your goals at Auburn?
“My goals are to win an SEC championship and graduate.”
Q: What movie would you watch for the rest of your life?
“I could watch the Karate Kid every day.”
Q: What makes your day better immediately?
“When I have coffee or go to the gym and see all of my teammates. I love working out with them.”
Q: Which song will get you on the dance floor?
“All I Do Is Win by DJ Khalid with Ludacris.”
Q: What’s the best joke you’ve heard?
âWhat do you call an alligator with a vest? An investigator!
Q: What’s at the top of your bucket list?
“I want to go to Dubai.”
Q: What’s your pleasure owed?
“I love to eat ice cream.”
Q: Which three teammates would you take with you on your dream vacation?
“I don’t want to choose because I love them all. If I had to, I would bring Diggy with me (Derrian Gobourne), Jada (Glenn) and Sara (Hubbard). “