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Jordan Lucella Elizabeth Chiles (Born April 15, 2001) is an American artistic gymnast. She represented the United States at the 2020 Summer Olympics and won a silver medal in the team event.
She is the 2018 Pacific Rim champion on the vault and the floor exercise and the 2018 Stuttgart World Cup bronze medalist in the all-around. She has been a member of the United States women's national gymnastics team since 2013.
Chiles was born in Tualatin, Oregon, on April 15, 2001, to Timothy and Gina Chiles. She was named after American basketball player Michael Jordan. She is one of five children, her siblings being Jazmin, Jade, Tajmen, and Tyrus.
She grew up in Vancouver, Washington, but moved to Spring, Texas in 2019 to train alongside American gymnast and Olympic medalist Simone Biles at the World Champions Centre.
Above all, Chiles became the first ever women's all-around Winter Cup champion in February. She also took first place on the vault and floor exercise, second on the balancing beam, and fourth on the uneven bars. Chiles finished second in the all-around at the US Classic in May, trailing teammate Simone Biles.
In 2022, Chiles competed in the National Championships in August. She finished third in the all-around competition, trailing Konnor McClain and Shilese Jones.
Chiles competed in the Paris World Challenge Cup in September, where she only competed on vault, uneven bars, and floor exercise. She advanced to the finals of all three events. She earned gold on floor exercise, silver on vault behind colleague Jade Carey, and seventh on uneven bars in the event finals.
Chiles made her elite debut in 2013/14, winning the bronze medal in the all-around behind Ariana Agrapides and Laurie Hernandez and the silver medal on vault behind Felicia Hano.
Chiles earned the gold medal in the junior team competition at the 2016 International Gymnix in Montreal with Emma Malabuyo, Gabby Perea, and Deanne Soza in 2015/16. Then he won gold in the event final.
Chiles made her senior debut in 2017 at the American Classic, where she finished fourth and fifth on the uneven bars and balance beam, respectively.
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