About Mary Lee Tracy

Mary Lee Tracy

  • President & Head Coach Cincinnati Gymnastics Academy
  • USA Olympic Coach
  • Inducted into the USA Gymnastics Hall of Fame 2008

Hello to all of the visitors to the CGA Website!

I would first like to thank you for visiting our site and I hope that you find all of the information you need about our programs.

Our mission at CGA is; To teach gymnastics through loving discipline while influencing the lives we touch in a positive way! The staff I have hired are unique and talented teachers who offer a variety of teaching styles to meet the needs of each child.

I have owned CGA for over 35 years because I have passion for inspiring and developing self-confidence, faith and courage in young women. God has blessed me with the gift of teaching, I work each day to open that gift with my staff, parents and of course the children who attend CGA. I pray that God continues to watch over all that He has blessed us with and to keep the children and staff safe and strong!
Feel free to contact me with any questions or concerns at MARYLEETRACY@GMAIL.COM

Mary Lee


– #1 Ranked USA National Training Center 1997, 1998, 1999 Fairfield Ohio
– Businessperson of the Year 1999 2002
– Great River Girl Scouts Award for Women of Distinction 2000-2005
– Region 5 Elite Regional Chairman 2005-2006
– USA International Elite Committee 2005
– 10  USA Gymnastics Service Awards
– USA Gymnastics 2006 Region 5 Elite Coach of the Year
– USAG Hall of Fame Inductee
– Region 5 Elite Coach of the year 2019
– Region 5 Hall of Fame

Coaching Highlights:

– 1992 Olympic Team Coach
– Amanda Borden 1992 Individual World Championships
– Amanda Borden 1994 Individual World Championships
– Amanda Borden 1994 Team World Championships
– Amanda Borden, Jaycie Phelps 1995 Pan American Games
– Amanda Borden 1995 Team World Championships
– 1996 Gold Medal Olympic Team – Amanda Borden, Jaycie Phelps
– 1996 American Cup Champions – Amanda Borden and Jaycie Phelps
– 1996-1997 Coach of the “John Hancock Tour of Champions”
– 1997 Team World Championships – Kristy Powell and Jennie Thompson
– 1998 Senior Pacific Alliance Team – Sierra Sapunar
– 1998 Goodwill Games – Sierra Sapunar
– 1999 Pan American Games – Morgan White
– 1999 Team World Championships – Alyssa Beckerman, Jennie Thompson and Morgan White
– 2000 Senior Pacific Alliance Team – Morgan White
– 2000 Olympic Team Coach
– Coach of the 2000 “TJ Maxx Tour of World Champions” 2002 World Championship Team – Sam Sheehan
– 2004 Pan American Games – Ashley Priess
– 2008 Tour of Gymnastics Superstars
– 2005 Pacific Alliance – Ashley Priess
– 2005 European Tour – Ashley Priess
– 2006 VISA American Cup – Jacquelyn Johnson and Bianca Flohr
– 2006 Junior Pan American Games – Bianca Flohr
– 2006 World Championships – Ashley Priess and Jacquelyn Johnson
– 2007 European Tour – Bianco Flohr and Hilary Mauro
– 2009 USA/Tean France Team 2010 Trofeo Citta Jeselo – Amanda Jetter and Cassie Whitcomb
– 2011 Trofeo Citta Jeselo – Amanda Jetter and Lexie Priessman
– 2011 Jr. Japan – Amelia Hundley and Lexie Priessman
– 2012 Trofeo Citta Jesel – Lexie Priessman and Amelia Hundley
– 2012 Lexie Priessman Junior National Champion
– 2013 Jr Japan – Emily Gaskins
– 2013 Trofeo Citta Jeselo – Emily Gaskins
– 2014 Pan American Games – Amelia Hundley Gold Medal Team
– 2015 Pan American Games – Amelia Hundley Gold Medal Team

National Team Members Coached:

Amanda Borden, Jaycie Phelps, Karen Lichey, Kristi Lichey, Sam Muhleman, Mary Beth Arnold, Kristy Powell, Sierra Sapunar, Brittany Smith, Jennie Thompson, Morgan White, Kim Zmeskal, Alyssa Beckerman, Dominique Moceanu, Sam Sheehan, Ashley Priess, Jacquelyn Johnson, Hilary Mauro, Bianca Flohr, Cassie Whitcomb, Monica Shoji, Kayla Williams, Lexie Priessman, Amanda Jetter, Amelia Hundley, Brianna Brown, Emily Gaskins, Lilly Lippeatt