|| Mark Freeman
Men's Gymnastics Senior Class of 2008 Photo Gallery
Highly recruited member of the British national team...looking to work high bar, rings, floor and vault this season for the Golden Bears...Barry Weiner notes Freeman as an incredible gymnast from whom he expects great things.
2007: Saw limited action due to injury...set a new career best at the Pacific Coast Challenge (Feb. 24) with a 9.400 on floor...tied that career best on floor at the MPSF Championships...steadily improved on vault, bringing his scores to above 8.550 for the final three meets of the season, including a season-high 8.700 in NCAA team competition.
2006: Two of his season-high performances came at the Stanford Open, in which he earned a 8.900 on still rings (second among the Bears) and scored 8.650 on vault...had two strong floor exercises during the campaign, scoring a 8.750 at the Pete Vidmar Invitational and a 8.700 at the Pacific Coast Classic...also earned a 8.900 on high bar at the Pacific Coast Classic.
2005: Finished third on still rings against Temple, posting a score of 9.275...helped Cal defeat Stanford at the Nakamori Invitational, tying for third on floor exercise with a 9.075.
2004: Did not compete due to injury.
Previous: Junior European rings champion in 2002...competed in World Championships in 2003...represented national squad since age 12...competed for Central Manchester Institute of Gymnastics.
Undeclared major...future plans include competing in the Olympics...has one sibling, Marsha...parents are Susan and Bernard Freeman...born on May 6, 1984, in Salford Manchester, England.
Freeman's 2007 season bests
Freeman's career bests