Jade Carey – Bio, Net Worth, Age, Parents, Family, Height, Nationality, Ethnicity, Weight, Facts, Wiki, Siblings, College, Career, Olympics, Coach

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Jade Ashtyn Carey is an American artistic gymnast who is professionally known as Jade Carey. She is rose to fame as the 2017 U.S. Classic winner in the vault and floor routine events. She previously finished as the winner in a vault at the 2017 U.S. National Gymnastics Championships tournament and also earned a spot on Team USA in the 2021 Olympics. She started taking gymnastics classes at age 1 in 2001 and competed at the 2016 Junior Olympics. She won the American Classic events in the vault, balance beam, and floor. In February Jade competed at the 2021 Winter Cup where she only competed on vault, uneven bars, and balance beam. She became a national sensation after representing her nation in the Tokyo Olympics 2021 and will compete to grab the mighty gold medal in Vault Final on 1st August while Floor Finals on 2nd August 2021 respectively. Furthermore, Carey is a U.S. Olympian in women’s gymnastics who made the final for both vault and floor exercise. But she won’t be competing in the team final at 6:15 a.m. ET on Tuesday.

Famous For

  • Being an American artistic gymnast.
  • For being the 2017 U.S. Classic winner in the vault and floor routine events.

American artistic gymnast, Jade Carey

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What is Jade Carey Nationality?

Jade Carey opened her eyes for the very first time on 27th May 2000 in Phoenix, Arizona, the U.S. Her birth name is Jade Ashtyn Carey. She holds American nationality and American-white ethnicity. She follows the Christian religion. Jade’s present age is 21 which she celebrated recently in 2021. Her race is white and her zodiac sign is Gemini. Carey is the daughter of Brian Carey (father) and Danielle Mitchell-Greenberg (mother). She also has three siblings. 

Moving to Carey’s education, she attended Mountain Ridge High School in Glendale, Arizona, graduating in 2018.

What does Jade Carey do for a living?

  • Jade Carey began her artistic gymnast career competing at the Junior Olympics Nationals in 2016 where she successfully completed a tucked Kasamatsu full-on vault after which she was invited to her first elite-level national team camp in late 2016.
  • On 7th July 2017, she made her elite debut at the American Classic at Karolyi Ranch and competed at the 2017 U.S. Classic. She placed first on vault, where she competed for an Amanar and a double-twisting Tsukahara, first on the floor, including both a full-twisting double layout (Chusovitina) and double-twisting double tuck (Silivas) in her routine, and fourth on the balance beam.
  • Then she participated in the 2017 U.S. National Gymnastics Championships where she won gold on vault and silver on floor exercise, behind Ragan Smith. She was named to the national team for the first time.
  • She was selected to represent the United States at the 2017 World Artistic Gymnastics Championships in Montreal in September 2017 where she qualified in third place for the floor exercise final (14.100), behind Smith and Mai Murakami of Japan, and second in the vault final, behind reigning world champion Maria Paseka of Russia.
  • She won the silver medal on both vault and floor exercises during event finals, once again finishing behind Paseka and Murakami respectively.
  • Later she competed at the American Classic in early July 2018 in Salt Lake City, Utah where she competed her first elite uneven bars routine in addition to her routine on the balance beam and placed 10th on each apparatus.
  • On the 28th July of the following year, she made her elite all-around debut at the 2018 U.S. Classic and placed first on vault, where she debuted a Lopez as her new second vault, and second on the floor behind Simone Biles, where she debuted a Moors.
  • She competed at the National Championships where she placed sixth in the all-around in August as well as she was named to the team to compete at the Pan American Championships on the 20th of the same month.
  • USAG announced in November that Jade would be competing at the Cottbus World Cup where she qualified second to the vault final behind Rebeca Andrade of Brazil and first to the floor exercise final.
  • USA Gymnastics announced in February 2019 that she would compete at the Baku and Doha World Cups in March whereas she qualified in the first place to the vault final after upgrading her Lopez (start value 5.2) to a Cheng (start value 6.0) and qualified second to the floor exercise final behind Lara Mori of Italy after going out of bounds and performing a watered-down routine in Baku.
  • She also received the AGF Trophy for having the highest combined execution score in the qualification round as well as she won the gold medal in the vault final and was the only gymnast to earn execution scores above nine on both of her vaults.
  • Carey qualified to the vault final in second place behind Maria Paseka and first to the floor exercise final at the Doha World Cup, 0.8 points ahead of second-place Marine Boyer of France and Kim Bui of Germany.
  • She won the gold medal, defeating Paseka by 0.117 points in the vault final, and also was the only competitor to earn an execution score above 9 on both of her vaults.
  • In the floor exercise final, she once again won the gold medal ahead of Mori and Ferrari, defeating them by more than one point.
  • She placed tenth in the all-around at the 2019 GK US Classic in July. She won the gold medal on vault ahead of Aleah Finnegan and Shilese Jones and she tied with Grace McCallum for the silver medal on floor exercise behind Simone Biles.
  • Also, she competed on all four events and ended the first day of competition in third in the all-around behind Biles and Sunisa Lee at the 2019 U.S. National Championships. As a result, she was added to the national team for the third time
  • Carey competed at the US World Championships trials where she placed fifth in the all-around in September. The following day she was named to the team to compete at the 2019 World Championships in Stuttgart.
  • Jade was listed on a nominative roster in late January that was released for the Melbourne World Cup, scheduled to take place on 20th February. She qualified in first place to both the vault and floor exercise event finals, 0.833 points ahead of Shoko Miyata and 0.633 points ahead of Vanessa Ferrari respectively.
  • Jade competed at the 2021 Winter Cup where she only competed on vault, uneven bars, and balance beam in February 2021. She finished second on vault behind Jordan Chiles, sixth on uneven bars, and ninth on the balance beam.
  • The following month at a National Team camp Carey was named to the National Team for the fourth time.
  • She also competed at the U.S. Classic on only the uneven bars and balance beam. She finished fifth and fifteenth respectively in May 2021.
  • She debuted a laid-out version of the “Biles II” during podium training for the National Championships and finished sixth in the all-around after competing in a watered-down floor exercise routine and vault at the National Championships. 
  • As a result, she was added to the national team and qualified to compete at the Olympic Trials as well as she was officially awarded an Olympic berth via the Apparatus World Cup series.
  • At the Olympic Games, Carey performed the all-around during qualifications and she also did advance to the vault final in second place behind Biles and the floor exercise final in third behind Vanessa Ferrari and Biles.
  • In addition, she verbally committed to competing in NCAA gymnastics at Oregon State University, starting in the 2018-2019 school year.
  • She officially signed with the Oregon State Beavers on 9th November 2017 and deferred enrollment until after the 2020 Olympics, starting in the 2020-2021 school year.
  • Jade enrolled in classes for the 2020-2021 school year due to the postponement of the Olympics but deferred competing for the Beavers until after the Olympics take place in 2021.
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Jade Carey is the 2017 U.S. Classic winner

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Is Jade Carey Dating Anyone?

Jade Carey is an unmarried lady. The artistic gymnast is currently focusing on her career as she has been recently gained fame and a major title. She is content with being single at the moment. Of course, she’s stunning, she’s popular and irresistible, and so it’s quite natural to have men follow her everywhere. Reflecting on her sexual orientation, she is straight.

What is the Net Worth of Jade Carey?

Jade Carey is a talented lady who has a net worth of between $1 million to $5 million as of 2021. She also earns a fine amount of salary which is also in thousands of dollars per year. She has not done any endorsement work yet. Her major source of income is from her artistic gymnast career.

How tall is Jade Carey?

Jade Carey is 5 ft 2 in (157 cm) tall whereas her body weighs around 54 kg. She has attractive blonde hair and dark brown eyes color. She definitely has a pretty face and a magnetic personality which has cast a spell over her viewers over the years. Jade has an athletic body build with 32-28-32 inches of body measurement.

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