Lailah Green got her start in gymnastics at the age of four after visiting a local gym. Lailah began competing at age seven as a level 3 with KIPS Corona. At Lailah’s first meet, the San Diego Classic, she won the all around title with a 37.125. Lailah finished her season at the Dreams of Gold meet where she won the bars and all around titles. In 2015, Lailah competed level 5 and placed in the top 5 in the all around in all of her meets.
Lailah began her optional career in 2016 as a level 6 at the Palm Spring Gymnastics Cup where she won the vault, bars, floor, and all around titles. Throughout the season, Lailah placed in the top two in the all around. Lailah went on to compete at the SoCal Level 6 State Championships where she placed second on bars, beam, and in the all around. In 2017, Lailah competed level 7 and opened up her season at the Palm Springs Cup where she won the floor title and took second place all around. Lailah went undefeated for the rest of the season including the SoCal State Championships where she won the all around with a 38.825. At the Region 1 Championships, Lailah was a part of the SoCal State Team and had a fantastic meet - winning the all around with a huge 39.175.
Coming off of a fantastic level 7 season, Lailah began her 2018 level 8 season at the California Grand Invitational where she won the floor title and placed third all around. Lailah continued to have a solid season and went on to go undefeated on floor and placed in the top 3 in the all around at every meet. Lailah missed the SoCal State Championships, but was able to come back for regionals where she won the vault, floor, and all around titles.
Lailah began her 2019 season as a level 9 at the OC Classic where she brought home gold medals on vault, floor and in the all around. In March, Lailah competed at the SoCal State Championships where she had her best meet of the season so far and took first on vault, second on floor, and fifth all around. Lailah then moved on to the Region 1 Championships where she had another fantastic competition, winning the vault and beam titles and took second all around qualifying to the Western Championships. Lailah finished up her season at the Western Championships with silver medals on vault and beam.
Currently, Lailah trains 20 hours per week under coaches Kyel Mailly and Danielle Bailey at KIPS Corona. In the future, Lailah hopes to qualify elite and make the 2024 Olympic Team.