Terin Humphrey

Terin Humphrey, a United States gymnast, was a member of the 2004 US Olympic team in Athens, Greece. She also competed in the event finals on the uneven bars and won the silver medal for her country. In 2003, Terin was a member of the first US National women’s squad to win the World Team Championsip, contributing one of her signature elegant, yet difficulty-packed floor routines.

Terin currently attends the University of Alabama, a traditional power in women’s collegiate gymnastics, and is a member of the National Honor Society in 2005, her freshman season. Humphrey won the NCAA Uneven Bars Individual National Championship. Humphrey is the fourth elite gymnast from GAGE to earn a scholarship to Alabama. “Every athlete that we have had come to Alabama from Al Fong’s gym has won an NCAA Championship while she was here.” says University of Alabama Head Gymnastics coach, Sarah Patterson.

“Training is an important part of my life. To become a good gymnast, you have to take it one day at a time. You take it one practice, one routine, one day at a time. You work hard, on your mental and physical preparation, and you keep working until you reach your goal.

2015 USA Gymnastics Hall of Fame Inductees

2015 Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony

2016 Missouri Sports Hall of Fame Inductee


2004   Olympics, Athens, Greece; Silver UB, Silver – Team
2004   Visa American Cup, New York City, NY; 3rd-VT, 3rd-UB, 3rd FX
2003   World Championships, Anaheim, CA; 1st-Team
2002   Pacific Challenge (USA/CAN/AUS), Fullerton, CA; 2nd-Team, 6th-AA, 2nd-VT
2002   World Championships, Debrecen, Hungary; 9th-VT, 11th-FX
2002   USA/UKR/BRA Team Meet, Curtiba, BRA; 1st-Team, 3rd AA, 3rd-FX
2002   USA-MEX Dual Meet, Houston, TX; 1st-Team, 2nd-AA, 2nd-VT, 3rd UB & BB
2002   Pacific Alliance Championships, Vancouver CA; 1st-Team, 2nd-AA, 4th-UB
2001   Pontiac American Team Cup, Honolulu, Hawaii; 1st-Team
Pontiac International Team Championships,  Syracuse, NY; 1st-Team
2000   USA vs France, St. Etienne, France; 1st-Team, 1st-AA

2004   Visa US Championships, Nashville, TN; 3rd-AA, T5th-UB, T4th-FX
2003   US National Championships, Milwaukee, WI; 6th-AA, 8th-VT, 5th-UB, 5th-BB
2003   US Classic, San Antonio, TX; 3rd-AA, 6th-UB, 2nd-BB
2003   American Classic, Boston, Mass; 7th-AA, 2nd-BB
2003   National Elite Podium Meet, Fairfax, VA; 2nd-AA, 3rd-FX, 4th-BB, 5th-UB
2002   US Championships, Cleveland, OH ; 7th-AA, 6th-VT
2002   US Classic, Virginia Beach,VA; 4th-AA, 7th-VT, 3rd-UB, 7th-BB
2002   National Elite Podium Meet, Orlando, FL; 4th-AA, 7th-VT, 4th-UB,FX, 8th-BB