Selina Flannery, 21, is from Richmond, Kentucky. She started gymnastics at the age of 5 at Excel Gymnastics and continued her career for 12 years. During her time as a gymnast, she represented the state of Kentucky twice for level 8 regional competitions where she traveled to Chicago, Illinois. She retired at level 9 when she was 17 years old; there are 10 gymnastics levels before reaching collegiate status. In high school, Selina was a dancer on the Madison Central Dance Team for 3 years winning a national title her senior year. She was also a dancer at the Force Dance Academy. She danced at the collegiate level for 3 years winning top 3 national titles all 3 years. Selina has been teaching acrobatics at the Force Dance Academy for 5 years, starting at 17 years old. She has taught ages 2-18. She also has experience in teaching technique, strength training, and choreography. She is currently the assistant dance coach for Foley Middle School. Her preferred style of dance is Pom and Hip Hop. Selina is now a senior at Eastern Kentucky University majoring in Public Health. She plans to pursue a career in the medical field while continuing to share her passion for dance and acrobatics.