Let’s Take A Second & Meet West Virginia Gymnast Erica Fontaine (PICS)
West Virginia clearly has something in their water that the majority of Americans might not be fully aware of. It was just yesterday when we got to meet West Virginia gymnast Chloe Cluchey and she absolutely blew social media away with her good looks.
Now, we get to meet her good friend and teammate Erica Fontaine.
The 5’5″ sophomore was unable to compete in her freshman year for the Mountaineers due to an injury, but she is a force to be reckoned with.
After sitting out freshman season with an injury, coaches are encouraged by her focus and determination to contribute to team’s success … potential to compete on bars, beam and floor … fun personality adds excitement in Cary Gym … three-time Junior Olympics National Championship qualifier … competed for Hill’s Gymnastics, same gym as current Mountaineer senior Robyn Bernard.
• Three-year level 10 gymnast at Hill’s Gymnastics
• Three-time Junior Olympics National Championships qualifier
• 2016 Region 7 level 10 balance beam and all-around champion; also finished third on vault and sixth on bars
• Placed second on beam and third on bars and in the all-around at the 2016 Maryland Level 10 State Championships
• Finished second on floor, fourth on beam and in the all-around at the 2015 Region 7 Level 10 Championships
• Won floor and all-around at the 2015 Maryland Level 10 Championships; also finished second on bars, third on vault and sixth on beam
• Finished first on beam, second in the all-around and fifth on vault and bars at the 2014 Maryland Level 10 State Championships
• Two-time Maryland State Team member
• Owns career-high scores of 38.025 in the all-around, 9.725 on floor and 9.7 on beam
• Honor roll student at Gaithersburg High
Now, let’s get to the real reason you’re here and that’s Fontaine’s insanely good looks: