Georgia-Rose Brown


Georgia Rose-Brown has been a mainstay on the Senior National All-Around podium since 2011 and has been amassing significant international experience for just as long, including her first World Championships in 2011 and selection as a travelling reserve for the 2012 Olympic Games in London.

A Strong performance at the Nadia Comaneci International Invitational in 2014 – where she finished third overall in the All-Around and first in the Team competition – kicked off a run of consistent international form.

Third place on Uneven Bars at the Pacific Rim Championships followed, which saw Brown selected in the Commonwealth Games team for Glasgow 2014, winning team Silver. 

To cap off 2014, she competed in her second World Championships in China, as a member of the Australian team which claimed seventh place in the teams, while finishing 21st herself in the All-Around competition.

With consistent results at a national level, Brown has finished second All-Around on three separate occasions and broke through for her first Apparatus Gold medal’s last year taking first place on both Beam and Floor.

After collecting Bronze medals on Uneven Bars at her last three international competitions, Brown was selected to represent Australia at her second Commonwealth Games in 2018. Brown played a pivotal role in her hometown Commonwealth Games where she won silver on the balance beam, bronze in the Team competition and finished forth overall in the All-Around.

She currently trains at the National Centre of Excellence in Melbourne and is coached by Misha Barabach.


Birthplace: Queensland
Occupation: Student
Nickname: George
Sporting motto: Never give up
Most admired sportsperson: Svetlana Khorkina
Favourite sports team: The All Blacks
Favourite music: Mainstream
Favourite movie: Princess Diaries, Mrs Doubtfire  
Hobbies outside of gymnastics Food, baking/cooking, shopping and travelling  


Age began gymnastics and reason for starting: 5, my brother was a gymnast
First Club: Southport Gymnastics Club
First Coach: Rhonda Thatcher
Current Club: QLD High Performance Centre
Current Coach: Mikhail Barabach
Best apparatus: Uneven Bars
Favourite skill: Shaposhnikova
Most difficult skill to learn: Double tuck dismount off beam


Best National Performance: 2017 Australian Championships
Best International Performance: 2018 Commonwealth Games
Best Gymnastics Moment: 2014 Commonwealth Games silver medal


Year Jun/Snr
2017 Senior 1st 2nd -
4th 1st 1st
2016 Senior  3rd 2nd - 5th 5th 4th  
2015      Senior - Did Not Compete -              - - - - -
2014 Senior  1st - - - -
2013 Senior 1st 5th - 2nd - 5th
2012 Senior 1st 4th 5th = 3rd  - 4th
2011 Senior 1st 2nd 8th 5th 4th  -
2010 Junior 1st  -  -  -  -  -
2009 Junior   - 6th 6th 2nd 1st 3rd


Year Event
2018 Commonwealth Game, AUS  3rd  4th  4th  2nd  5th    

Melbourne World Cup, AUS

2017 Doha World Cup, QAT - - - 3rd - -      
2017  AGF Trophy, AZE - - - 3rd - -      
2017 World Cup Gymnastics, AUS 4th     
2016 Toyota International, JPN  - 6th  6th  5th     
2016  Aquece Rio Test Event, BRA  5th 29th  =32nd  25th  48th  48th     
2016  Pacific Rim Championships, USA  3rd  8th   
World Championships, SCO  14th   -  
2015 Australia vs China Friendly, AUS  4th  1st  6th     
2015 World University Games, KOR 5th - 11th 6th 28th -
2014 World Championships, CHN 7th 21st 43rd 37th 47th 26th
2014 Commonwealth Games, SCO 2nd 14th 7th 5th - -
2014 Trofeo Citta de Jesolo, ITA 4th 22nd - 5th - -
2014 Pacific Rim Championships, CAN 5th 6th - 3rd 8th -
2014 Nadia Comaneci International Invitational, USA 1st 3rd N/A N/A N/A N/A
2012 Mexican Cup, MEX N/A 4th - 2nd 2nd -
2012 Doha World Cup, QAT N/A - - 12th - 12th
2012 Gymnix International, CAN N/A 6th 7th 3rd =16th =24th
2011 World Championships, JPN 8th 42nd 66th 38th 66th 110th
2011 Massilia Cup, FRA 3rd 2nd 2nd 1st 10th 17th
2011 Japan Team Cup, JPN


Commonwealth Games: 2014, 2018
World Championships: 2011, 2014, 2015
Olympic Games: N/A