Hanh took a summer tumbling class at Sokol Elite Gymnastics at the age of 7, in which she was asked to join their compulsory team. Hanh started off part time as she was a competitive dancer then and had to finish off the season. Hanh competed level 3 just a year after joining the compulsory team. Hanh was consistently in the top 3 in all her levels. Her personal best was a perfect 10 score on floor with an AA of 39.425 in level 7, at the Socal State Championships. This also qualified her for the Socal State Team for Region 1. Hanh went on to winning the bars, vault, floor and AA titles at the Region 1 Championships for level 8 last year. Unfortunately, she was diagnosed with OCD (osteochondritis dissecans) right after regional last year as well as suffering other injuries which had her scale back on training for the past 9 months. This made her stronger and more determined to come back and finish goals that she had set for herself. She was able to compete as a beam specialist this year for level 9. This is after having just about a month to relearn skills as well as new skills for the routine. Hanh plans on competing level 10 next season and qualifying to the Nastia Liukin Cup. Her long term pursuit is for a Division 1 scholarship. FUN FACT: she won her puppy, Buster, with a bet that she could score a 10, back in 2017, which she did at the Socal State Championships.