Ryenn Woods got her start in gymnastics at the age of seven in recreational classes. As Ryenn progressed through her classes, she loved the sport even more and was eventually invited to join the team program at Edge Gymnastics in Dublin, CA. Ryenn began competing in the fall of 2014 as a level 3 at 9 years old. In her first year of competitive gymnastics, Ryenn finished sixth on floor at the NorCal North State Championships.
As a level 4 in 2015, Ryenn began her season at the Stars Challenge where she came in second on bars and beam. In November, Ryenn brought home silver medals on beam and floor at the NorCal North State Championships. Ryenn competed her last season of compulsories in 2016 as a level 5. She finished her season winning the all around title at state.
Ryenn began her optional career during the winter-spring season of 2017 as a level 7. She competed her first meet in January at the Black Tie Meet and finished seventh on bars. Ryenn went on to win the floor title and finish second on beam at the NorCal State Championships. From state, Ryenn qualified to the Region 1 Championships where she took third on floor.
Following her 2017 level 7 season, Ryenn began training at Airborne Gymnastics. Ryenn competed level 8 in 2018 and had a great season, earning second on beam, floor, and in the all around at the NorCal State Championships. Ryenn concluded her season at regionals with a second place finish on floor.
Ryenn competed her first season of level 9 in 2019 and began her season at the California Grand Invitational where she won the beam title and came in third all around. Unfortunately, Ryenn was unable to complete her season and finished her season at the Long Beach Open where she won the beam title. Competing a second season of level 9 in 2020, Ryenn began her season at the California Grand Invitational where she scored a 9.7 on beam for first place. Ryenn had her best meet of the season at the end of February at the Long Beach Open. Here, Ryenn came in second on bars and third on beam and in the all around. Unfortunately, due to the COVID-19 pandemic, all USAG sanctions were cancelled for the remainder of the 2020 season.
Currently, Ryenn trains 31 hours per week under coaches Cleo Washington, Gibran Campos and Danielle Albright at Airborne Gymnastics Training Center. In the future, Ryenn's goal is to earn a college scholarship for gymnastics.