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Kamerin started gymnastics when she was eighteen months old in a mom and tot class at Oakland Gymnastics. She moved to Twistars when she was six years old in August of 2001 after competing level 4 for one season at Oakland Gymnastics. Kamerin had been moved up to the level 5 team there and was taking private lessons for the summer in addition to her regular team practice schedule to catch up with the other level 5ís at Oakland. Then Kamerin's parents heard about what a great program Twistars had and went to check it out. She has been there ever since!

In 2003, Kamerin competed as a level five. She won a silver medal in the all-around at the Michigan Judges Cup. In 2004, Kamerin swept the gold medals at the Level 5 State Championships. In late 2004, she finished first in the all-around and vault at the State Championships as a level six. She moved up to level eight in 2005. She finished fourth on floor exercise at the Level 8 Regionals. That same year, Kamerin made the TOPs National Team. Kamerin then moved up to level nine in 2006. She won the all-around, beam and floor titles at the Level 9 States. At Level 9 Regionals, Kamerin finished third in the all-around and first on vault. She finished her level 9 season at the Level 9 Easterns, where she placed fifth on vault and fourth on balance beam.

Kamerin moved up to level 10 and junior international elite in 2007. As a level 10 gymnast, Kamerin placed first on the balance beam at the Level 10 States. She then qualified to Junior Olympic Nationals where she became the Junior A Vault Champion. After Junior Olympic Nationals, Kamerin qualified to the highest level in gymnastics, international elite. She placed second in the all-around at the Elite National Qualifier. She also placed second on vault, floor exercise and first on balance beam. Kamerin then competed at the US Classic where she placed fifth in the all-around and qualified to her first Junior VISA Championships. She also earned two bronze medals on balance beam and floor exercise at the US Classic. At the VISA Championships, Kamerin missed making the US National Team by one spot after placing 13th in the all-around and seventh on balance beam. In October, Kamerin went on the Region 5 All Star Team Trip to Japan!

Kamerin began her 2008 season at a few open invitationals, such as Caribbean Pirate Adventure, Battle of Championships and Cereal City Classic. In late May, Kamerin travelved to Houston, Texas, for the US Classic. She did extremely well, placing 2nd in the all-around, 4th on vault, 4th on balance beam and 3rd on floor exercise. She successfully qualified to her second Junior VISA Championships. A few weeks later, both Kamerin and her teammate, Jordyn Wieber, traveled to Boston for the Visa Championships. On the first day of competition, Kamerin finished 6th in the all-around. Her best performances came on vault and balance beam, where she placed 5th and tied for 4th respectively. Two days later, Kamerin improved her all-around score from day one and finished 7th in the all-around out of 28 gymnasts. She also finished 3rd on balance beam and tied for 4th on vault! By placing in the top 12, she made the Junior US National Team! Kamerin received her first international assignment with club teammate, Jordyn Wieber. At the end of November, Kamerin traveled to Belgium for the Top Gym Gymnastics Meet. There, she finished third in the all-around, first on vault and second on floor exercise.

She started her 2009 season at the USA vs Japan in Chicago, Illinois. She helped the USA team to defeat the Japan team. She finished first in the all-around, first on floor exercise and second on uneven bars. A few weeks later, Kamerin traveled to Canada for the Gymnix International. There, she placed third in the all-around and third on vault. She also helped the USA team to win the gold medal. Kamerin missed the rest of 2009 season due to injuries. She had two different injuries, one on her shoulder (July 2009) and one on her hip (January 2010). Both injures were not caused by gymnastics. She was born with some bones that were not shaped correctly and as Kamerin started to grow, they caused her to have pain when she trained.

Kamerin finally returned to competing after nearly two years in February 2011. She won the uneven bars title at the WOGA Classic in Texas. At the Level 10 Michigan State Championships, she placed second in the all-around and first on uneven bars and floor exercise. Kamerin placed seventh in the all-around and first on floor exercise at the Level 10 Regionals. There, she qualified to the Junior Olympic Nationals in Long Beach, California where she finished 22nd overall as well as fourth on floor exercise.

In 2012, Kamerin started her season at the Twistars Invitational, finishing second in the all-around and first on vault. At the IGI Chicago Style, she finished first on balance beam as well as second on vault, uneven bars, floor exercise and in the all-around. She traveled to Texas for the Texas Prime Meet, placing third in the all-around and first on vault, uneven bars and floor exercise. At the Tulip City Invitational, she finished first on uneven bars, balance beam, floor exercise and in the all-around. She did really well at the Level 10 State Championships, where she won the all-around title with a 38.850. At the Level 10 Regionals, she earned gold medals on vault, uneven bars, balance beam and in the all-around. Kamerin qualified to the JO Nationals in Hampton, VA, finishing fourth in the all-around and second on uneven bars. She made the JO National Team.

Kamerin is training at Geddert's Twistars in Michigan under coaches John and Kathryn Geddert. Currently, Kamerin is preparing for the upcoming 2013 season as a level 10 gymnast.

Kamerin MacKay Moore was born on September 14, 1995 to Kristin and Brad Moore in Detroit, MI. She has one older sister, Alix, and two brothers, Jacob and Joshua. Both of Kamerin's brothers are involved in gymnastics at Geddert's Twistars. Currently, Kamerin is a homeschooled 10th grader at Laurel Springs.