As a third-generation competitive gymnast, Baylie began competing at the age of five. Following in her grandmother’s and aunt’s footsteps, she has won state and regional titles, but began so at an earlier age. Baylie’s first state title came at the age of six and her first regional title at the age of nine. Baylie was selected to the TOPs Diamond Team at the age of seven and the TOPs National A Team at the age of eight. After making the 2015 TOPs National A Team, Baylie became a regular at the NTTC, training on invitation to the Developmental Camps. As a nine-year-old she finished the 2017 season as the ninth ranked Level 8 gymnast in the country, scoring above 38.000 in every meet despite suffering an elbow injury only two weeks prior to the beginning of her season. Currently, as a ten-year-old, Baylie is training for the 2018 Level 9 and Hopes season under coaches Megan Haught, Egor Grebenkova, and Nataliya Marakova. She hopes to become a National Champion and a US Team member as did her grandmother in 1973.Read more..