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Mary Garrett

Hometown: Mountain View, California
Discipline: Vaulting

Mary Garrett began vaulting with Valley View Vaulters in 2002, and joined FACE in 2008 as a member of FACE: “The Wall,” coach Devon Maitozo’s second team. With “The Wall,” Garrett had the opportunity to train and compete in Germany for the summer of 2009, where she developed a taste for international team vaulting.

Garrett has competed individually for several years. At the 2004 USEF/AVA National Vaulting Championship, she won the Copper division. She finished in fourth place at the 2009 Kentucky Vaulting Cup in the Gold Women’s CVI2* aboard Palatine.

Mary Garrett

At the 2010 Alltech FEI World Equestrian Games in Lexington, Ky., Garrett won a Gold medal alongside her FACE teammates.

In 2011 at the USEF/AVA National Vaulting Championship, Garrett finished third in the Women’s Gold division. Later that year, she finished in second place at the Vaulting in Vegas IV competition.

Garrett had a great start to 2012, beginning with a third-place finish in the Mozart Memorial Vaulting Classic + Selection Trials Women’s Gold division. She traveled to Canada for the CVI Chilliwack and finished fifth in the CVI3* Individual Female division. At the CVI Kentucky and North American Young Riders Vaulting Challenge, she improved to second in the CVI3* Individual Female division. A few weeks later Garrett finished second yet again at the USEF/AVA National Vaulting Championship in the Women’s Gold Championship.

Garrett had another solid year in 2013. She kicked things off with a second-place finish in the Women’s Gold division at the Mozart Memorial Vaulting Classic, and traveled overseas to compete in the prestigious CVIO3* Aachen and finished in a respectable 14th-place. Garrett returned to the U.S. and finished in fifth place at the Pacific Cup in the CVI3* Individual Female division. She closed out the year with a fourth-place finish in the Women’s Gold Championship at the USEF/AVA National Vaulting Championship.

Garret has maintained her strong form into 2014. She began the year with back-to-back second-place finishes at Vault into Spring and the Mozart Memorial Vaulting Classic. Garrett then received third-place honors at the Pacific Cup in the CVI3* Individual Female division. She was third once again at Garrod’s Spring Classic. Garrett claimed her first win of the year at the CVI Chilliwack in Canada in the CVI3* Individual Female division. She then added two second-place finishes to her record at the Woodside Vaulters Spring Fest and USEF/AVA National Vaulting Championship.

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