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Abigail "Abby" Milliet (born August 13, 1996 in Denton, TX) is a retired American senior elite artistic gymnast. She attends Auburn University and trained under Rodica and Aurel Lazar at Denton Gymnastics Academy. Her favorite event is uneven bars.
In 2011, Milliet competed at the American Classic. She placed first in the all-around, on vault, and tied on uneven bars, third on balance beam, and tied for fourth on floor exercise. She then went on to compete at the Junior Visa Championships, where she placed twenty-third in the all-around, fourteenth on vault, twenty-third on uneven bars, twenty-fifth on balance beam, and tied for fifteenth on floor exercise.
Senior CareerMilliet made her senior debut at the American Classic, where she placed first on uneven bars, and second in the all-around, on vault and balance beam. She then went on to compete at the Secret US Classic, where she placed eighth on vault. Her scores were high enough to qualify her for her first senior nationals.
At the Visa Championships, Milliet placed eleventh in the all-around, eighteenth on uneven bars, tenth on balance beam, and fifteenth on floor exercise. However, she was not named to the national team and did not advance to the Olympic Trials.
In February 2013, Milliet competed at the WOGA Classic, where she won the all-around, vault, and floor exercise, placed second on balance beam, and fifth on uneven bars. She later competed at the US Classic in July, placing fourth in the all-around, third on bars, fifth on beam, and seventh on floor. At the National Championships in August, she placed eighth in the all-around, on balance beam, and floor exercise, and eleventh in uneven bars.
Milliet committed to Auburn University, retiring from elite gymnastics in 2014 to focus on her upcoming freshman year.
|2011||Junior American Classic||1st||1st||1st||3rd||4|
|2012||Junior American Classic||2nd||2nd||1st||2nd|
|Secret U.S. Classic||8|
|U.S. National Championships||8||11||8||8|