Gealy Layla Lebron got her start in gymnastics at the age of four after she watched the 2012 Olympics and wanted to try gymnastics. Gealy fell in love with gymnastics instantly and began competing at the age of six as a level 3 with Lake Shore Academy of Art Gymnastics. In her first season of competitive gymnastics, Gealy qualified to the Illinois State Championships.
Following her level 3 season, Gealy began training at C.I.T.Y. Gymnastics and competed level 4 during the 2016 and 2017 seasons. As a level 4, Gealy won the beam and all around titles as well as second on bars at the Illinois State Championships.
During the winter of 2017, Gealy competed one meet of level 6 and then went on to compete level 7 during the 2018 season. In March at the Illinois State Championships, Gealy finished in the top 10 on bars. From state, Gealy qualified to the Region 5 Championships where she concluded her season with a solid performance.
Gealy began her 2018-2019 level 8 season at the Hawaiian Pineapple Classic and took second on vault and bars. Three months later, Gealy competed at the Illinois State Championships and finished eighth on floor. Gealy qualified to the Region 5 Championships for the second year and came home with a fifth place finish on vault.
Competing level 9 during the 2019-2020 season, Gealy began her season at the Hawaiian Pineapple Classic where she finished sixth on floor. Gealy continued to improve throughout the season and had her best meet of her season at the Yurchenko Invitational and came home with a first place finish on bars and third place finish in the all around. Unfortunately, due to the COVID-19 pandemic, Gealys season was cut short as the remainder of the season was canceled.
Currently, Gealy trains 28 hours per week under coach Natalia Yurchenko at C.I.T.Y. Gymnastics. Gealy's goal for her 2021 season is to score a 37.00 in the all around. In the future, Gealy hopes to qualify elite and earn a college scholarship for a gymnastics.