Danielle Prince started her gymnastics career at the age of 11 after her dance teacher suggested she try the sport at a local gymnastics club. It was here where she began to rise through the ranks to become one of Australia's most successful and decorated Rhythmic Gymnasts.
A natural born athlete, Danielle excelled in rhythmic and was selected to represent Queensland at the National Championships only 6 months after entering the sport. As for many athletes the Olympic Games represents Danielle's ultimate goal, one that she has had since beginning the sport in 2002. After narrowly missing out on the London Olympics, Danielle moved her focus on to Rio, putting everything on the line by relocating to the United Kingdom for 6 months during 2015 to train with Britain's top coaches. Danielle's leap of faith was rewarded at the 2015 World Championships, where she was the top ranked Oceania gymnast moving her one step closer to her Olympic dream.
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