Born: July 5, 1990
Hometown: Aptos, CA
Rosalind Ross has an extensive resume in the sport of vaulting despite only being 21 years old. Ross has been a member of three out of the five medal-winning U.S.
teams in vaulting history. Her experience with international vaulting dates back to 1999 when she first competed in Europe with the Sundance Vaulting Club.
In 2004, Rosalind was a member of the bronze-medal winning Coast Line team that represented the USA at the World Vaulting Championships in Stadl Paura, Austria. In 2005, she was a member of the Mount Eden Vaulting Club?s national championship team.
2006 marked one of Rosalind?s biggest successes to date, where as a member of the FAME team she helped bring home a silver medal for the USA at the FEI World
Equestrian Games in Aachen, Germany.
In 2008, Rosalind was a member of FACE?s bronzemedal winning team at the World Championships in the Czech Republic.
Once again vaulting as part of the FACE team, Ross? strong performance at the Alltech FEI World Equestrian Games helped the US win the Team Gold Medal.
Rosalind currently attends Emerson College in Boston, Massachusetts and travels to California monthly to train.
Things to know about Rosey:
Education: Palo Alto High ’08, Emerson College (BFA Writing, Literature & Publishing) ’12
Hobbies: Cooking, Dancing, Traveling, Scuba Diving, Wakeboarding, Snowboarding, Reading
Favorite Food: Steak, Chocolate, Figs
Favorite Book: Les Miserables, The Wanting Seed
Favorite Movie: Braveheart, Forrest Gump, Edward Scissorhands
What you love about vaulting: That it allows me to express myself through movement.