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Texas Dreams Gymnastics

Coppell, Texas 75019

972-471-2345

  • Alicia Goodwin 214-704-1483

  • Marcus Harlin 214-597-6715

  • Ned Lang 702-672-2321





 

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About Victoria

 

Welcome to Victoria Loomis’s official website. This website has been set up to showcase Victoria's talents, skills and accomplishments. Victoria "Tori" is a level 10 gymnast who trains at Texas Dreams Gymnastics in Coppell, Texas under Coaches Alicia Goodwin, Marcus Harlin, and Ned Lang.

Victoria “Tori” Brooke Loomis was born on August 14, 2001 in the North Texas area to Karen and Jim Loomis. Tori has two older brothers, Joshua and Jacob. Joshua is a recent graduate of University of Texas at Austin currently pursuing a career as a Physician Assistant and Jacob is a seventeen-year-old high school student and professional international open wheel race car driver. Tori just completed her sophomore year at Texas Connections Academy, ranking #2 out of 951 students, carrying a 4.63 gpa (4.0) challenging herself with AP and pre-AP classes, and hoping to pursue studies in general engineering or biomedical engineering.

Some highlights of Tori's gymnastics career include in the 2009 season, she was the Level 5 Texas State Beam Champion and as an Optional level seven gymnast, Tori finishing first on beam and floor, second on bars and first place in All Around in the Anna Brashear Invitational Meet. Tori finished fifth in the All Around in the Texas State Championship as well as third place on beam. As a level eight, Tori finished second on beam, third on floor, and fourth in All Around in the Nadia Comaneci Invitational.  At  the Level 9 Regionals, Tori finished 6th on Beam, fourth on floor, and sixth in the All Around, which qualified her for the Western Championship where she placed thirteenth in the All Around. Tori then moved up to Level 10, and as a first year Level 10 she was the 2015 Texas State Beam Champion, sixth on vault, fifth on floor, and fourth place in the All Around. Moving onto the Level 10 Regional Championship, Tori finished sixth on vault, fourth on beam, and fifth place in the All Around, qualifying her to the Junior Olympic Nationals in Des Moines, Iowa. Tori suffered an ankle injury in her 2016 season, but was still able to score a 37.925 with a second place finish in the Anna Brashear Invitational Meet.

In the 2017 Level 10 Region 3 Championship, Tori finished fourth in the all-around, second on beam, and fifth on bars again qualifying Tori for the Junior Olympic Nationals. Tori, at JO Nationals in Indianapolis, Indiana, finished eighteenth in the All Around with a score of 37.475. Tori is currently working on upgrading skills in all events. Tori has verbally committed to Utah State University on a full athletic scholarship.