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Level  Senior International
Role  Gymnast
Years on national team  1997-2004
College team  University of Utah
Club  Capital Gymnastics NTC
Name  Ashley Postell

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Born  June 9, 1986 (age 29) Cheverly, Maryland (1986-06-09)
Discipline  Women's artistic gymnastics

Country represented  United States of America

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Ashley Postell (born June 9, 1986) is an American former artistic gymnast. Postell was a member of the United States national gymnastics team from 1997 to 2004. During that time she was the world champion on balance beam in 2002 and the national champion on floor exercise in 2003.


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After leaving the national team, Postell enrolled in the University of Utah where she won an NCAA record 20 All-America awards for the Utah Red Rocks. Her NCAA high scores included two 10.0s on vault, 9.95 on bars, 10.0 on beam and 9.975 on floor. Her high score in the all-around was 39.800. Postell finished third in the NCAA all-around in 2005 and was second in 2006, 2007 and 2008. In 2007, she took third on floor exercise and first on balance beam, her signature event. In the 2008 championships she finished second on the balance beam.

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Postell started working as a gymnastics coach in 2009.

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