Scott Brooks

                         
             

Brooks is an up-and-coming young star who has impressed as part of the Victorian state team in recent years. 

In 2011, he competed in the National Championships in Level 8 Open, and immediately recorded some impressive results, including winning gold in the All-Apparatus final, as well as gold on the High Bar and silver in Rings. 

Although unable to win back-to-back All-Apparatus titles in 2012, finishing second, Brooks more than made up for this by winning three gold medals in Rings, Vault and his pet event, High Bar.

His results lead to him making his international debut in the Australian Youth Olympic Festival in 2013, where he recorded credible results, including a pair of seventh placings in Vault and the High Bar. 

 
 

QUICK FACTS

Birthplace: Melbourne, VIC
Occupation: Student
Nickname: Scotty
Sporting motto: Respect all fear none
Most admired sportsperson: Fabian Hambüchen
Favourite sports team: Hawthorn
Favourite music: Parkway Drive
Favourite movie: Warrior

TRAINING INFORMATION

Age began gymnastics and reason for starting: 7 years old, sister was doing it so gave it a go
First Club: Knox Gymnastics
First Coach: Wan Chenwei (Jojo)
Current Club: Victorian Men's High Performance Centre
Current Coach: Leon Radchenko
Best apparatus: High Bar
Favourite skill: Zou Li Mih
Most difficult skill to learn: Kovacs

MOST SIGNIFICANT

Best National Performance: 2011 Australian Championships
Best International Performance: 2014 Pacific Rim Championships
Best Gymnastics Moment: Competing in the 2013 Youth Olympic festival

NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIP RESULTS

Year Jun/Snr Team AA FX PH RG VT PB HB
2016 Senior
1st
6th
6th
-
7th
-
-
7th
2015 Did Not Compete
2014 L9 U16 4th 3rd 8th 12th 1st 2nd =9th 6th
2013 Did Not Compete
2012 L9 U16 2nd 2nd 3rd 5th 1st =1st 7th 1st
2011 L8 Open 2nd 1st 4th 6th 2nd 5th =4th 1st

INTERNATIONAL RESULTS

Year Event Team AA FX PH RG VT PB HB
2013 AYOF, AUS 3rd 10th 10th 13th 10th 7th 12th 7th
                   

MAJOR EVENTS HISTORY

Commonwealth Games: N/A
World Championships: N/A
Olympic Games: N/A