Jordan Chiles Feels the Pull of “Missing” As UCLA Teases Exclusive In-Meet Entertainment

Published 11/09/2023, 5:50 AM EST

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The journey of the stars starts from scratch. They work hard taking baby steps, making a name for themselves, and taking pride in their achievements. Along the path, they bring great honor to all the people and all the places they share their ties with. They harbor a lifelong attachment to these. US gymnastics star Jordan Chiles recently felt the same.

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She recently had a successful run in the Pan Am Games 2023 in Chile. The 22-year-old athlete showcased her impeccable techniques and adept vaults at Pan Ams as she secured a medal of all the colors. After this success, her return to UCLA broke the internet. Recently, her social media post regarding UCLA once again is making waves.

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Jordan Chiles’ new update showcases her love for the campus meetup at UCLA. On 9th November, she took to Instagram to post a story. The story is a repost of the reel recently added by “UCLA Gymnastics”. The video showcases a teaser of the meet-up, which consists of all the gymnasts giving their bold looks and moving in a second clip. 

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Accompanying the video, Chiles added, “Missing it a little!!!” and tagged the University of California Los Angeles official account. This missing has a deep connection. The caption carries a stronger connection, signifying a sense of nostalgia and longing. Although it was not instantly clear what and why she was missing it, Chiles did not feature in the clip. Her gymnastics career is, however, at the center stage at the moment.

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Chiles’ Gymnastic Triumphs Shine On

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Jordan Chiles’ journey might look like a cakewalk, however, it isn’t. The athlete has gone through various setbacks to shine. After not being able to make it to the World Artistic Gymnastics Championships, Chiles did a great job at the Pan Ams, mentoring the U.S. team with dedication.

She scored 53.999 and secured seventh place just below the champion Layla DiCello, who claimed the top spot. Chiles here fell short of gold. She showcased her skills, finishing seventh on the bars with a score of 12.400. Returning as a celebrated athlete, Chiles boasts international titles like WCGA West Region Gymnast of the Year and College Gym News Sportswoman of the Year.

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Now, fans eagerly anticipate more accolades for Chiles, envisioning her name adorned with titles at the upcoming Paris Olympics in 2024. Her resilience, mentorship, and remarkable performances have not only marked her as a gymnastics star but also as an inspiration for future triumphs on the global stage.

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Harshita Chawla

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I'm Harshita Chawla, a US Sports writer at EssentiallySports. My journey began as a sports writer for a college magazine, cultivating a rich understanding of content creation in the sports industry. My versatility spans from crafting insightful content on alpine skiing to exploring various facets of gymnastics.
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