Larah Majeske got her start in gymnastics at the age of six and was quickly invited to join pre-team. Larah began competing in the fall of 2017 as a level 3 with Airborne Gymnastics. At her first meet, Larah came in third on beam and fourth all around. Three months later at the Colorado State Championships, Larah earned a silver medal on vault and bronze medal on floor.
Following her 2017 level 3 season, Larah and her family moved to Michigan and Larah began training at Mid Michigan Gymnastics. Larah competed level 3 during the spring 2018 season and finished first on bars, beam, and all around at the Michigan State Championships. Over the summer of 2018, Larah participated in TOPs Testing and made the TOPs National Diamond Team as one of the top 50 seven year olds in the country.
In October 2018, Larah competed her first and last level 4 meet where she came in fourth on bars. Larah competed the remainder of the 2018-2019 season as a level 5 and came in the top 10 on floor at the Michigan State Championships. Larah participated in TOPs testing for a second year in 2019 and qualified to TOPs national testing as one of the top 100 eight year olds in the country.
Larah began her optional career in December 2019 as a level 7 at the MEGA Magic Classic. Here, Larah finished eighth on bars. Larah was able to compete three more meets before the remainder of the season was canceled due to COVID-19. At her final meet before the remainder of the season was canceled, Larah won the bars title and came in second all around.
As a level 8 in 2021, Larah began her season at the Cereal City Classic where she won the bars title and took fourth all around. One month later at the Michigan State Championships, Larah took fourth on bars and qualified to the Region 5 Championships. Larah concluded her season at the Region 5 Championships with a fifth place finish on vault. Larah participated in TOPs testing for her final summer in 2021. From state testing, Larah qualified to national testing and went on to make the TOPs National A team as one of the top 45 eight to ten year olds in the country.
Currently, Larah trains 20 hours per week under George Young. In the future, Larah hopes to earn a college scholarship for gymnastics to the University of Michigan.