Jordan Chiles Biography and Wiki
Jordan Chiles is an American artistic gymnast and the 2018 Pacific Rim champion on vault and floor exercise. She was born in Tualatin, Oregon, and named after the legendary athlete, Michael Jordan.
Chiles is also a registered member of the United States women’s national gymnastics team since 2013. After her 2019 move from Vancouver to train at World Champions Centre, Chiles lives in Spring, Texas
Jordan Chiles Age and Birthday
Chiles is 20 years old as of 2021 and also celebrates her birthday on 15th April every year. She was born in 2001, Tualatin, Oregon, United States of America. Jordan grew up in Vancouver, Washington, and currently lives in Spring, Texas.
Jordan Chiles Education
Chiles was born in Tualatin, Oregon, United States of America but was raised in Vancouver, Washington.
Jordan Chiles Height
Chiles stands at a height of 5 feet 4 inches tall. Her weight and other body measurements not available.
Jordan Chiles Family
Chiles was born to parents Timothy Chiles and Gina Chilles. She was raised in Vancouver, Washington as the youngest of five children and she has two sisters, Jazmin and Jade, and two brothers, Tajmen and Ty.
Jordan Chiles Siblings
Chiles has five siblings, Jazmin, Jade, Tajmen and Ty Chiles. Her siblings are not famous thus no information about them.
Jordan Chile Dating | Boyfriend
Chiles is still young and only concentrated on her gymnastics career. She is supposedly single and not ready to engage in any love affairs.
Jordan Chiles Net Worth
Jordan’s net worth ranges between $10,000 and $100,000 as of 2021. This is estimated from her career as an artistic gymnast.
Jordan Chiles Gymnastics
Jordan is an American artistic gymnast and the 2018 Pacific Rim champion on vault and floor exercise. She was born in Tualatin, Oregon, and named after the legendary athlete, Michael Jordan. Jordan is also a registered member of the United States women’s national gymnastics team since 2013.
In February 2021, Jordan Chiles became the first woman all-around Winter Cup champion, taking the title ahead of silver and bronze medalists Shilese Jones and Emily Lee. She also finished first on vault and floor, second on the beam behind Skye Blakely, and fourth on bars behind Sunisa Lee, Riley McCusker, and Jones.
Chiles came second in May 2021 in the all-around at the GK US Classic behind teammate Simone Biles. She also finished second on uneven bars behind Kayla DiCello, fourth on balance beam behind Biles, Leanne Wong, and Kara Eaker, and second on floor exercise behind Biles.
As of June Jordan finished third in the all-around at the U.S. National Gymnastics Championships behind Simone Biles and Sunisa Lee. Chiles came third on vault behind Biles and MyKayla Skinner; she placed fourth on uneven bars, balance, and on floor exercise. As a result, she was named to the national team and selected to compete at the upcoming Olympic Trials.