Courtney (McCool) Griffeth

Courtney McCool Griffeth, a former US Olympian, worked as an assistant coach at TWU for two seasons. McCool Griffeth also worked at the Cincinnati Gymnastics Academy, as well as at numerous camps and clinics primarily as a choreographer for floor and beam routines.

McCool Griffeth was the member of the 2004 Olympic Gymnastics Team that captured the silver medal in Athens, Greece. She placed second in the all-around at the 2004 Olympic Trials, first in the all-around at the 2004 Olympic Test Event and fourth in the all-around at the 2004 US National Championships.

McCool Griffeth was a member of the University of Georgia Gymnastics Team from 2007-10 and helped the GymDogs to three NCAA National Championships. She was a three-time first team All-American and won the 2008 NCAA Individual National Championship on floor. McCool Griffeth also won the 2010 SEC Individual title on floor.

McCool Griffeth earned her bachelor of science degree in child and family development in 2011, and her master’s degree in sport management and policy in 2012 from the University of Georgia.