Kara Eaker is a young and talented American Artistic Gymnast who recently made her way to the Tokyo Olympics. She plays for the College team Red Rocks which is for the University of Utah and her head coach is Al Fong. The name of her gym is Great American Gymnastics Express.
Kara was born on 7th November 2002 in Jiangxi, China. The names of her birth parents are Marco Wong and Bee Ding and were adopted in 2003 by Mark Eaker and Katherine Eaker. She also has three siblings whose names are Katrina, Aron, and Sara. At a young age, she used to be active in various sports as it helped her body is more flexible. Kara pursued her high school education from Grain Valley High School. Later she decided to join the University of Utah and participate in various gymnastics competitions from the college team. She is also being professionally trained for participating in upcoming competitions.
Kara Eaker Career
Kara began her career in 2016 as she participated in the Women’s Junior Olympic National Championship in Fort Worth, Texas. Next year she was seen at the Women’s Junior Olympic National Championship, US Classic, and P&G Championship. In 2018 she was seen at World Team Selection Camp Sarasota, U.S. Gymnastics Championship, GK US Classic, and American Classic. She also participated on the International level at World Championship in Doha and Senior Pan American Championship in Lima, Peru. In 2019 she was ranked 1st in Balance Beam at GK US Classic in Louisville. She was also seen in US Gymnastics Championship, Kansas City, and World Team Selection Camp.
Her match was also seen internationally at Gymnix International in Montreal, Pan American Games in Lima, and World Championship in Stuttgart in Germany. In 2020 she was going to compete at the City of Jesolo Trophy against Leanne Wong, Sophia Butler, and Shilese Jones but the match was postponed due to Covid-19 Pandemic. she signed her National Letter of Intent with the University of Utah in November 2020. In 2021 she was seen at American Classic and was ranked 5th in all rounds and 3rd on Balance Beam. Her score stands at 52.700 and was up against Sunisa Lee and Skye Blakely. She also competed at National Championship and U.S. Classic. The same year she was named to the National team and selected to compete at the upcoming Olympic Trials.
Kara Eaker Biography
|Real Name||Kara Eaker|
|Birth Date||November 7, 2002|
|Age (as of 2021)||18 Years|
|Birth Place||Jiangxi, China|
|Height||in feet inches – 5’ 0” – in Centimeters – 152 cm|
|Weight||in Kilograms – 50 kg – in Pounds – 112 lbs|
|Waist Size||24 Inches|
|Hips Size||35 Inches|
|Shoe Size||6 (U.S.)|
|Sister||Two (Katrina & Sara Eaker)|
|Brother||One (Aron Eaker)|
|School||Grain Valley High School|
|College||University of Utah|
|Who is her Boyfriend?||Not Known|
It is obvious that preparation for Olympics needs sheer concentration and hard work. Thus, she is currently single because she doesn’t want to get distracted while making preparing for the dream of her life. Also, we don’t know if she had any relationship in the past because no details about her past or current relationship shared with the media yet. She likes to keep her personal life private and away from media. Along with that she enjoys spending quality time with her family and friends.
Kara Eaker Net Worth
The money factor doesn’t matter for her because she is chasing her dreams right now. Although, she might have earned some bucks by participating in various gymnastics competitions. According to sources the exact amount of her net worth has not been shared with the media. Some other sources of her income are from attending various events and sponsorship.
- Her birth parents were research scientists and she was adopted from Duchang Orphanage.
- She is currently residing in Missouri, United States of America.
- Since 2017 she has been a member of the United States Women’s National Gymnastics team.
- She also enjoys dancing, calligraphy, and robotics.
- Kara has been interviewed by The Gymternet.
- She has 33.1 thousand followers on her Instagram account.
- She has won two gold medals on the Balance beam at Pan American Games and Pan American Championship.