Kynsee Marie Roby was born on November 25, 1998 in Lawrence, Kansas. She has one stepsister, Corinne and one stepbrother, Cameron. Both of Kynsee's siblings are autistic. Currently, Kynsee is a senior at Valley High School and she will graduate from high school in 2017. During her spare time, she enjoys playing the violin, texting and hanging with her friends.

Kynsee's mom, Kyetta owns a gym, Ky's Gymnastics and Dance in Ottawa, KS. Kynsee went to the gym every day with her mom from about one month old. When Kynsee turned one, she started gymnastics in her mom's Mommy & Me classes. Kynsee began training at McCracken's Gymnastics in Olathe, Kansas after her mom's gym closed down in 2005.

As a level 6 gymnast in 2008, Kynsee placed fourth in the all-around at the Guanteed Food and Jewels Invitational. She won the all-around title at the March Madness. At the State Championships, Kynsee finished second in the all-around as well as second on uneven bars, balance beam and floor exercise.

In 2009, Kynsee moved up to level 7. She finished second in the all-around and first on balance beam and floor exercise at the St. Nick meet. She placed fifth overall at the Judges Cup and eighth overall at the Dynamo Classic. At the Land of Oz meet, she placed second on vault, balance beam, floor exercise and in the all-around. Kynsee then placed sixth in the all-around at both Pink Ribbon Invitational and March Madness meet. At the State Championships, she won a gold medal on vault and bronze medal on floor exercise and in the all-around.

Kynsee began her 2010 season at the New Year's Invitational as a level 8 gymnast where she won the all-around title. She won another all-around title at the Metroplex Challenge in Dallas, Texas. Kynsee placed third in the all-around at the Dynamo Classic and second in the all-around at the Pink Ribbon Invitational. She swept gold medals at the March Madness meet. At the Kansas State Championships, she won the all-around title as well as first on vault, uneven bars and floor exercise. There, she qualified to the Level 8 Regionals finishing 12th in the all-around and ninth on balance beam in a very tough group of competitors!

In 2011, Kynsee started her level 9 season at the New Year's Invitational where she won the all-around title. At the Metroplex Challenge, she finished eighth in the all-around. She then traveled to Florida for the Edgewater Classic. There, she placed first on balance beam, floor exercise and in the all-around. At the Pink Ribbon Invitational, Kynsee won gold medals on uneven bars, balance beam and in the all-around. She qualified to beam and floor event finals on the next day where she won a gold medal on floor! Kynsee earned a bronze medal in the all-around at the Level 9 Kansas State Championships. At the Level 9 Regionals, she placed sixth in the all-around and first on balance beam. There, she qualified to the Level 9 Western Nationals in San Diego, California where she tied for the second place on balance beam. Kynsee's coach, Mary McDaniels took an assistant coach job at the University of Kentucky, so Kynsee began training at Kansas Gymnastics and Cheer (KGDC) during the summer.

As a level 10 gymnast in 2012, Kynsee finished third in the all-around and first on balance beam at the New Year's Invitational. In February, she competed in the elite qualifiers in Texas and California. In March, she traveled to Minnesota for the Northern Lights Classic, finishing fifth in the all-around as well as third on vault and balance beam. She concluded her 2012 season at the Level 10 Regionals in Oklahoma where she placed fourth on vault, seventh on balance beam and tenth on floor exercise. In the summer of 2012, Kynsee began training at Chow's Gymnastics in West Des Moines, IA.

Kynsee started her 2013 season at the Chow's Winter Classic where she swept the gold medals. At the Kansas City Classic, she placed first on floor exercise and in the all-around. She placed fourth in the all-around and second on balance beam at the Presidential Classic. At the Northern Lights Classic, she finished seventh in the all-around and third on balance beam. She did really well at the State Championships, finishing first on uneven bars, balance beam, floor exercise and in the all-around. She qualified to the Junior Olympic Nationals after finishing seventh in the all-around and first on balance beam at the Region 4 Championships. In January 2014, Kynsee moved to Triad Gymnastics in Ankeny, IA. Kynsee was unable to compete in 2014 due to an injury.

In 2015, Kynsee won the all-around title at the Alamo Classic and Circle of Stars Invitational. At the Pikes Peak Cup, she placed fourth in the all-around and first on balance beam. In March 2015, Kynsee competed at the Nastia Liukin Supergirl Cup in Dallas, TX where she placed second on balance beam. At the Region 4 Championships, she placed second in the all-around and first on uneven bars and balance beam. She qualified to the Junior Olympic Nationals in Des Moines, IA where she placed second in the all-around, first on balance beam and third on uneven bars and floor exercise. She made the Junior Olympic National Team.

Kynsee earned gold medals on uneven bars and balance beam at the 2016 State Championships. At the Region 4 Championships, she finished first in the all-around as well as first on uneven bars, balance beam and floor exercise. Kynsee qualified to the Junior Olympic Nationals where she placed second in the all-around with a 38.350 and made the JO National Team. She also placed second on uneven bars, third on balance beam and floor exercise and seventh on vault.

Currently, Kynsee is preparing for the 2017 season. She trains 27 hours per week at Triad Gymnastics under coaches Donna and Tom Moretti. Kynsee is working hard to qualify to the JO Nationals the next few years. She verbally committed to the University of Nebraska for the 2017-2018 school year.