Sunisa "Suni" Lee (English: Sunisa "Suni" Lee; Born March 9, 2003) is an American gymnast of Hmong descent. At the 2020 Summer Olympics, Sunisa won a gold medal in Combined type of equipment and bronze medals in different bar types in the team category Sunisa won a gold medal at the 2019 Rhythmic Gymnastics World Championships and a silver medal at the 2020 Summer Olympics. She is a six-time US national gymnastics player. and was the first Hmong American to receive a medal at the Olympic Games.
Sunisa Lee, formerly known as Sunisa Phabsomphou, was born on March 9, 2003 in St. Paul, Minnesota to a mother named Yeev Thoj, a Hmong immigrant. health workers Mother exiles from Laos Went to live at Ban Winai Immigration Center, Pak Chom District, Loei Province for about 10 years before immigrating to the United States under the name "Sunisa", which is different from other Hmong people in the United States. Her mother described her as following Sunisa Jett, a Thai actress from the TV series Sa-in-law Chaw (2002), which her mother adored. Sunisa lives with her mother. and a stepfather named Hua Lee or John Lee (John Lee), an American of Hmong descent, but not married. Since Sunisa was two years old when entering adolescence So she changed to the family name of John. She has siblings, Jonah and Shyenne, John's stepdaughters, and Evionn, Lucky and Noah as his mother's birth. with john especially Avion was a regional rhythmic gymnast at the age of six. Sunisa started gymnastics at the Midwest Gymnastics Center in Little Canada, Minnesota, and she is currently training at the Gymnasium Center.