Kylee Burton got her start in gymnastics at the age of 2 in mommy and me classes and began competing level 4 at the age of six with Infinite Bounds in 2010. During her first competitive season, level 4, Kylee finished third on vault and fifth in the all around. In the fall of 2011, Kylee competed level 5 and placed second on beam at her first meet with a 9.700. At the Texas Level 5 State Championships, Kylee finished second on vault, third on floor, and fourth all around. Kylee also competed level 5 for the Winter/Spring 2012 season where she won the all around in 4/5 of the meets she competed in.
Kylee began her optional career as a level 7 in January of 2013 at the Tiger Classic where she placed third on beam and floor and fourth all around. At the Level 7 State Championships, Kylee took home the vault title with a 9.650. After her 2013 season, Kylee began training with Kurt Thomas Gymnastics and competed level 7 for a second season. At her first meet of the season, Kylee won the vault title with a 9.800 and took home the silver medal in the all around. At the Kurt Thomas Invitational, Kylee had a fantastic meet winning the vault title with a 9.850, the floor title with a 9.900, and the all around with a 39.075. At the Texas State Championships, Kylee won the floor title with a 9.800 and advanced on to regionals where she took home the gold medal on vault with a 9.750.
Kylee competed level 8 for both 2015 and 2016 seasons. During her 2015 season, Kylee placed sixth on floor with a 9.700 at the Texas State Meet and placed second on floor at the Region 3 Championships. In her second year as a level 8 in 2016, Kylee won the all around in all of the meets she competed the all around in, including her State Meet with an all around score with a 38.550 and Regionals with a 38.800.
Concluding her 2016 season, Kylee moved to Metroplex Gymnastics and competed level 9 during the 2017 Season. Kylee won the all around in the first five meets of her season including her season best, 38.775 at the Texas State Championships. After an uncharacteristic beam routine at the Region 3 Championships, Kylee broke her winning streak but still managed to place fourth all around and qualified to the Western National Championships. At Westerns, Kylee placed second on vault and first on beam, floor, and in the all around with a 38.425.
Kylee began her 2018 level 10 season at the Alamo Classic where she placed second on vault. At the Texas State Championships, Kylee did not compete all four events, but placed eighth on bars and beam. Kylee competed all around at the Region 3 Championships where she placed tenth all around, but was able to qualify to the JO National Championships as extra spots opened up. At JO Nationals, Kylee had personal bests on vault, beam, and in the all around.
Currently, Kylee trains 28 hours per week at Metroplex Gymnastics under coaches Kambri Hoffman and Debbie Bonds. In the future, Kylee aims to become a JO National Champion and compete as a collegiate gymnast.