Hannyn Didier got her start in gymnastics at the age of two in mommy and me classes with her parents. Hannyn loved gymnastics from the start and was eventually invited to join the team program at WOGA.
Hannyn began competing in August 2017 as a level 3. At her first meet, the Flower Power District Qualifier, Hannyn won the vault and beam titles as well as second place finishes on bars, floor, and in the all around. In October at the District Championships, Hannyn came in fourth on vault and floor. From the District Championships, Hannyn qualified to the Texas North State Championships where she concluded her season with a sixth place finish on vault, seventh place finish on bars, and ninth place finish on floor. Hannyn competed two more meets as a level 3 during the spring 2018 season. At one of these meets, the Texas Prime Meet, Hannyn won the beam title and finished second all around as well as third on vault and bars.
As a level 4 in 2018, Hannyn began her season at Rising Stars where she finished in the top ten on floor. One month later at the District 3 Championships, Hannyn took sixth on floor. From the District Championships, Hannyn qualified to the Texas North State Championships. Here, Hannyn finished sixth on vault and eighth all around, qualifying her to the Texas State Championships. Hannyn concluded her season at state finishing in the top ten on beam and floor.
Following the 2018 season, Hannyn began training at Golden Grip Gymnastics. Hannyn competed her first level 5 meet in January 2019 at the Texas Prime Meet. At her next meet, Power Flower, Hannyn earned bronze medals on vault, beam, floor, and in the all around. In October at the District 3 Championships, Hannyn won a silver medal on beam. One month later at the Texas State Championships, Hannyn concluded her season finishing second on vault and fourth on bars and floor.
Hannyn began her optional career in January 2020 at the Texas Prime Meet. Hannyn was able to compete two more meets before the season was unfortunately canceled due to COVID-19. Hannyn had her best performance of her season at Texas Tough where she finished fourth on bars and sixth on vault.
As a level 8 in 2021, Hannyn began her season at Texas Tough. Here, Hannyn came in seventh on bars. One month later at the Texas State Championships, Hannyn earned a bronze medal on bars and qualified to the Region 3 Championships. Hannyn concluded her season at the Region 3 Championships with a top ten finish on vault.
Following her 2021 season, Hannyn began training at Empire Gymnastics. Hannyn competed a second season of level 8 during the 2021-2022 season and began her season at the Empire Invitational where she earned a bronze medal on bars and finished fourth on floor and in the all around. A month later Hannyn competed at the Houston National Invitational winning silver medals on bars and floor and top 5 in the all around. She had her best meet yet this season at the Make it Count Spectacular. Here, she won bars and silver medals on beam, floor and in the all around.
Currently, Hannyn trains 28 hours per week under coaches Beatrice Milhaila and Adam Duncan at Empire Gymnastics. Hannyn's goal for her 2022 season is to score a 38.00 in the all around. In the future, Hannyn hopes to qualify elite and earn a college scholarship for gymnastics to UCLA.