Mya Witte got her start in gymnastics at the age of two in mommy and me classes. At the age of five, Mya competed one meet of level 2 with Genie’s Gymnastics where she won the all around with a 38.150. In the fall of 2011, Mya competed two meets of level 3 where she won the all around at both meets. In the span of one year, Mya competed levels 4, 5 and 6.
As a seven year old level 7 in 2013, Mya was one of the youngest level 7s in the nation. Mya competed level 8 in 2014 and won the all around at her second meet of the season. At the 2014 Florida Level 8 State Championships, Mya placed in the top 5 on both bars and beam with some tough competition and qualified to the Region 8 Championships where she placed in the top 10 in the all around. Mya competed her first year of level 9 in 2015 where she placed in the top 5 on floor at the Florida State Championships and qualified to regionals. During the Summer of 2015, Mya worked on her skills for Hopes - which she would aim to qualify for in 2016. Mya also began attending Developmental Camp in the Summer of 2015 and now attends Developmental Camp regularly.
In 2016, Mya competed as a second year level 9 as well as hopes. Mya competed at her first hopes qualifier, the KPAC Cup, in March of 2016 where she placed second all around. Mya qualified for Hopes 10-11 at the Seattle Hopes Qualifier with a 47.300. Following the qualifier, Mya competed at the 2016 Florida Level 9 State Championships where she placed 5th on vault, bars, and in the all around. At regionals, Mya placed 6th on floor. Once her JO season concluded, Mya competed at the Hopes Classic in order to qualify for the Hopes Championships. Mya had a great meet at the Hopes Classic, placing second on beam with a 13.900, second on floor with a 13.100, and 7th in the all around. With her score from the Classic and her placement, Mya qualified to the Hopes Championships. At the Hopes Championships, Mya competed against the best Hopes 10-11 year olds in the Nation and placed 5th on beam with a 13.050. The Hopes Championships concluded Mya’s 2016 season. During the Summer of 2016, Mya trained for level 10 and for her second season of Hopes.
Mya opened up her 2017 season with a beam and all around win at the Presidential Classic. Following her first level 10 meet, Mya competed at the Brestyan’s Las Vegas National Elite Qualifier. In Hopes 12-13 compulsories, Mya posted the highest bars and all around scores out of 61 gymnasts. In the optional qualifier, Mya placed first AA in her session, and second AA overall with a 50.600, qualifying for Hopes 12-13. Mya continued her level 10 season at the Florida Level 10 State Championships where she placed third on vault, beam, and all around and second on floor. At the Region 8 Championships, Mya placed second on beam, fourth on floor, and fifth all around - qualifying to the 2017 JO National Championships. Mya had a great first JO Nationals placing 7th on beam with a 9.425.
Concluding her level 10 season, Mya entered her Hopes Season. At the Hopes Classic, Mya placed second on beam and second in the all around with a 52.650 and qualified for the Hopes Championships. Mya had a great meet at the Hopes Championships, placing sixth all around in the 12-13 division with a 49.800.
Mya began her 2018 season at the Fiesta Bowl National Elite Qualifier where she earned her compulsory score for Hopes. A few weeks later, Mya earned her optional score for Hopes, qualifying her to the Hopes Classic in the 12-13 division. Mya also competed level 10 during the 2018 season and went on to win the beam title and place third all around at the Florida State Championships. Mya concluded her level 10 season at the Region 8 Championships where she placed in the top 10 on floor. Following regionals, Mya got back in the gym to prepare for the upcoming Hopes Classic. Mya's immense amount of hard work payed off, as she had a fantastic competition at the Hopes Classic, winning the beam and all around titles and earned a spot at the Hopes Championships. Three weeks later, Mya competed at the Hopes Championships. Here, she won the beam title, concluding a great season.
Currently, Mya trains 27 hours per week under coach Jana Bieger at Genies Gymnastics.