Isabella Amado
Isabella  Amado


Panama City, Panama



Excalibur Gymnastics


No. 15 Broncos Finish Season at Columbus Regional

The Broncos finished fourth with a score of 196.225, the second-highest regional score in program history.


Broncos Earn Academic Record

The Boise State gymnastics team finished the 2016-17 academic year with a team GPA of 3.8593 - good for the highest mark in program history and the No. 2 team GPA in the country among women's gymnastics teams according to the NACGC/W


Gymnasts Earn MRGC Academic Honors

The entirety of the 2016-17 Boise State gymnastics team earned Academic All-MRGC honors, the league recently announced


BYU No Match for No. 14 Broncos

No. 14 Boise State handled BYU to a tune of 196.400 -- 193.525 Friday night at the Gem State Invitational in CenturyLink Arena


No. 15 Broncos Improve, But Fall at Utah

The No. 15 Broncos posted a 196.225 on the road in Salt Lake City to pick up a win over Illinois-Chicago (193.250), but fell to No. 5 Utah (197.625) and No. 7 Denver (196.875)


Gymnastics vs. BYU (1/27/2017 - Gem State Invitational)

Gymnastics vs. BYU (1/27/2017 - Gem State Invitational)


Intrasquad Meet - November 19

Intrasquad Meet - November 19

SOPHOMORE (2018): Has competed in three meets so far on the season on balance beam...Posted a season-high score of 9.775 at Utah State (Feb. 2)...Also competed on the event at San Jose State (9.700) and vs. Utah State (8.950).  

FRESHMAN (2017):
Competed in three meets on balance beam before her season was cut short due to injury…gradually improved in those three routines, posting a season-high 9.825 on Jan. 27 against BYU…also fared well on Jan. 20 in a quad meet that included Denver, Illinois-Chicago and Utah, earning a 9.8…opened the season with a 9.675 at UC Davis…NACGC/W Scholastic All-America honoree...Academic All-MRGC honoree.

CLUB: Amado hails from Panama originally, but moved to Virginia Beach, Va., for high school and trained at Excalibur Gymnastics. She competed in the 2015 World Gymnastics Championships and represented Panama, placing 130th in the all-around. Amado earned bronze at the Osijek Challenge Cup on the beam in 2015, and took 18th place in the all-around at the Pan-American Games in July. Her best meet in 2014 came at the Medellin World Cup where she picked up a bronze medal in vault and then earned the gold on balance beam.

Most recently she represented Panama at the 2016 Summer Olympics and took 44th in the all-around thanks to a 52.832. Her two best events in Rio were vault (13.900) and balance beam (13.333). Her and fellow incoming freshman Courtney McGregor were the first Bronco gymnasts (past, current or present) to compete at an Olympic Games in school history.

MAJOR: Medical Studies

CAREER HIGHS (Career Event Wins)
Balance Beam - 9.825

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