Enid Sung


2017 saw Sung come out of retirement from competitive Rhythmic Gymnastics in the lead up to the Gold Coast Commonwealth Games. Fighting off injuries, Sung managed to win Silver at the final selection event - the 2018 Rhythmic Gymnastics Australia Cup - cementing her place on her first Comm. Games team.

To recapture form, Sung stayed busy in early 2017 competing on the international circuit at the Rhythmic Gymnastics World Cups in Sofia and Portimao in the lead up to the 2017 Australian Gymnastics Championships. 

Her breakthrough tournament was in the 2009 Australian Youth Olympic Festival, when she came third overall in the All-Apparatus, and second in the teams’ final. 

Consistent results in 2010 awarded Sung selection for her maiden World Championships appearance, where she came 19th in the teams’ final.




Birthplace: Sydney NSW
Occupation: Student
Nickname: Juju
Sporting motto: "Don't wait for the ship to come in, swim out to it"
Most admired gymnast or sportsperson: I admire all people who pursue their passion without fear and with fevour, and gratitude
Favourite sports team: -
Favourite music: Alt-J, acoustic covers, Frank Ocean, The Rubens, old RnB
Favourite movie: Disney;s Tarzan, Harry Potter series, Dead Poet's Society


Currently Studying: Media and Communications, The University of Sydney - 4th year
Have any of your family members competed in elite sport No
Best piece of advice received: We're lucky to be given each opportunity, do it justice by enjoying the moment
Superstitions or pre-competition rituals: Listening to music
How do you relax when you are not in the gym: Cooking, reading, taking photographs, watching movies and dancing


Age began gymnastics and reason for starting: I started gymnastics the year I turned 12 because my best friend Mel was doing it - it
was an excuse to spend more time with her!
First Club: Meriden Rhythmic Gymnastics Centre
First Coach: Danielle Le Ray 
Current Club: Le Ray Gymnastics Academy
Current Coach: Danielle Le Ray
Favourite aspect of being a gymnast: Performing and being able to express through physicality
Best Apparatus Hoop
Most difficult skill to learn: All skills are fun to learn but difficult to master
Favourite skill: -
Strengths as a gymnast I enjoy artistically interpreting my music


Best National Performance: 2015 Australian Championships
Best International Performance: 2010 Pacific Rim Championships
Best Gymnastic Moment: On the podium for AA in 2006


Year Jun/Snr  Team AA Rope Hoop Ball Clubs Ribbon
2017 Senior  1st 3rd - 2nd 1st 3rd 2nd
2016 Senior - Did not compete - - - -
2015 Senior 
2nd - 2nd 4th 2nd 2nd
2014 Senior - Did not compete 2nd - - - - - -
2013 Senior 2nd 3rd - 4th - 4th -
2012 Senior 1st 4th - 7th 5th 5th 4th
2011 Senior - 6th - - 4th 6th -
2010 Junior 1st 4th 4th 4th 6th - 3rd
Junior 1st 1st 1st 1st 3rd 1st -
Junior 2nd 3rd 3rd 4th 6th - 4th
 2007    - 13th  - -  -  - -  


Year Event Team AA Rope Hoop Ball Clubs Ribbon
2018 Australia Cup, AUS 1st 2nd - 2nd - 2nd 3rd
2017 Sofia World Cup, BUL -  41st - 35th 42nd 44th 42nd  
2017 Portimao World Cup, POR -  17th - - - - -  
2015 Moscow World Cup, RUS              
2013  Tounoi de Corbeil-Essonnes, FRA              
2012  Summer World Universiade,               
2010 World Rhythmic Championships, RUS 19th - 114th 78th - - -
2010 Pacific Rim Championships, AUS 3rd 9th - - - - 8th
2009 Junior Baltic Cup - POL - 9th 8th 12th 8th 10th -
2009 Andalucia Cup – ESP - 11th - - - - -
2009 AYOF - Sydney 2nd 3rd - - - - -


Commonwealth Games: -
World Championships: 2010
Olympic Games: -