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Jana Bieger was born on 12 November, 1989 in Kiel, Germany. At 31 years old, Jana Bieger height not available right now. We will update Jana Bieger's height soon as possible.
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|Jana Bieger Age||33 years old|
|Born||12 November 1989|
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|Net Worth in 2022||$1 Million - $5 Million|
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|Net Worth in 2021||Pending|
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Bieger returned to international competition in 2008 at a small meet, competing on all events but floor. She went on to compete at the 2008 Pacific Rim Championships, where she won silver in the all-around and gold on the uneven bars.
After the 2008 Olympic Trials and selection camp, Bieger was named as an alternate to the 2008 Summer Olympics in Beijing, China. Although two gymnasts on the squad were injured, she was not allowed to compete. She expressed disappointment about the experience but continued to compete in 2009, making appearances at the CoverGirl Classic in July and the Visa National Championships in August. She made it to the final round of the team selection camp for the World Championships in October but was not chosen. Instead, she received a berth to the Croatia World Cup in November, alongside teammate Kytra Hunter.
She sustained an ankle injury in early 2007 at the American Cup that took her out of competition for a while. She competed at the 2007 U.S. Nationals despite a lack of training, but did not do well and was not chosen for the World Championships team. She was scheduled to compete at the 2007 Cottbus Cup, but the U.S. national team coordinator, Márta Károlyi, pulled her from the meet, saying she was not prepared for international competition.
At the 2006 Cottbus Cup, part of the prestigious World Cup circuit, Bieger won gold on vault, silver on beam, and bronze on bars. At the 2006 Pacific Alliance Championships, she won gold in the team, vault, and floor exercise finals.
Bieger made her senior debut in 2005, placing third in the all-around, on vault, and on floor exercise at the National Championships. At the 2005 World Artistic Gymnastics Championships, she turned in a strong performances on the uneven bars (injury prevented her from competing on more than one apparatus) but was shut out of the finals because only two gymnasts from each country may participate in each event final. She was also a member of the American squad at the 2005 Pan American Games, where she placed first with the team and earned individual silver and bronze medals on the vault and floor exercise.
At the National Championships in 2004, she won a bronze medal in the all-around in the junior division and won the vault title, earning her first national team berth. The same year, she made her international debut, competing with the American junior team at the 2004 Pacific Alliance Championships and winning four medals: gold in the team event and vault final, and silver on the balance beam and in the all-around, behind teammate Nastia Liukin.
Bieger competed at her first U.S. National Championships in 2003, placing third on the vault in the junior division.
Jana Lyn Bieger (born November 12, 1989 in Kiel, West Germany) is an American former gymnast of German descent. She was raised in the U.S. and is a citizen, and competed only for the U.S. At the 2006 World Artistic Gymnastics Championships, she won three silver medals. Bieger was an alternate on the 2008 Olympic team.