- 2008 Beijing - 6th (team), 68th (individual all around)
- 1st (BB), 1st (FX), 4th (VT) - 2012 Australian Championships (Sydney, Australia)
- 2nd (team), 4th (AA), 4th (UB), 4th (BB), 2nd (FX) - 2011 DTB World Cup (Stuttgart, Germany)
- 6th (team), 8th (AA), 5th (FX) - 2011 World Championships (Tokyo, Japan)
- 2nd (team, 4th (AA) - 2011 Germany World Cup (Cottbus, Germany)
- 4th (BB) - 2011 Paris World Cup (Paris, France)
- 1st (AA), 1st (VT), 1st (BB), 1st (FX) - 2011 Australian Championships (Perth, Australia)
- Becoming World Champion on floor at the 2010 World Championships in the Netherlands
- Winning four gold medals at the 2010 Commonwealth Games in the team, all around, uneven bars and beam and a silver on the floor
- Lauren Mitchell is one of Australia's brightest prospects in gymnastics having already claimed a World Championship crown, four Commonwealth Games gold medals and numerous national titles and World Cup medals.
- Mitchell made her Olympic debut in 2008 in Beijing following her 5th placed finish on the beam at the 2007 World Championships. She helped the Australian team to its best finish, 6th, and although she surprisingly missed the beam final she showed her potential to match it with the world's best in the years to come.
- She became the first female gymnast to win a World Cup event when she took out the beam in late 2008 in Madrid, Spain. Mitchell continued her brilliant form into 2009 when she won silver in the floor and beam at the World Championships and missed a medal in the all around event by 0.025 of a point. In doing so Mitchell wrote herself into Australian gymnastics history as she became the first Australian female to win a medal in an individual event at a World Championships and the only Australian to win two medals in the same competition.
- In 2010 she won four gold medals at the Commonwealth Games when she took out the team event, the all around, uneven bars and the beam along with a silver in the floor. She went on to become Australia's first ever female World Champion when she won gold on the floor at the 2010 World Championships. The superior difficulty of her routine helped her take the title by 0.067 of a point. She capped off a stellar year winning five World Cup gold medals.
- Building for the London Games, Mitchell took out the 2011 Australian Championships in the all around, beam, floor and vault. She began the Olympic year with a gold medal in the floor at the World Cup event in Zibo, China.
Years on national team
Martine George (2001 - current)
Nikolai Lapchine (2001 - current)
Primary Training Base
College Park Gymnastics Academy (WA, Australia)
Institute/AcademyWA Institute of Sport, Perth
Australian Institute of Sport, Canberra
John XXIII College & Kapinara Primary School (WA, Australia)
Iona Presentation College (WA, Australia)
Bachelor of Biomedical Science - University of Notre Dame