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She competed level seven during the season. She finished first on vault, floor and the all-around at the Gymnastics on the Grand meet. She placed second all-around at the Circle of Stars meet.
She won vault, beam and the all-around at the Oakland Classic. She placed third all-around at the Athlete Warrior Challenge.
She finished seventh all-around at the State Championships. Thomia moved up to level eight for the season. She won floor at the Gymnastics on the Grand meet. She finished first on floor and the all-around at the Athlete Warrior Challenge. She placed first on vault and second all-around at the Pink Invitational. Thomia finished first on vault at the Born to Fly Invitational. She won vault, bars and the all-around at the Wildfire Challenge. She finished in the top twenty all-around at the State Championships.
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She competed at Regionals. Thomia began competing level nine in She finished first on bars at the Battle of Champions meet and first on beam at the Wolverine Classic. She placed second on vault and third on bars at the Nashville Nights meet.
She competed on two events at the State Championships. She placed first on floor and second all-around at the Tulip City Invitational. She placed first on bars and ninth all-around at the State Championships.
Thomia finished seventh all-around at Regionals. She finished 16th all-around and eighth on floor at Easterns. She placed in the top ten at both state and regionals in the overall competition and within the top three in vault.
Gymnastics is both a physically demanding and an extremely time consuming sport. Every week, Snider spends 20 hours in the gym, and that number goes up during competition season.
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But, Snider is not one dimensional. She is a gymnast and a top-notch student, challenging herself with multiple AP and IB classes. As with gymnastics, Snider has always pushed herself with academics.
This rigorous course load includes a lot of homework and studying. So how does she manage her busy schedule? For Snider, the key to achieving success in both gymnastics and school is time management. She is skilled at planning in advance so she can maintain and balance her priorities.
The most important lesson Snider has learned is to never procrastinate.
Not only does she have to get her work done, but she also needs to work ahead whenever possible. During school, Snider takes full advantage of extra class time and seminar time because even doing five minutes of work at the end of class instead of packing up early can help. During these times she tries to work ahead and get the majority of her homework done, even if the assignment is not due for several days. By working ahead and not procrastinating, Snider has control over her workload on the busy nights.