Olivia was flipping. Climbing and jumping everywhere when she was a toddler. Her parents decided to enroll four-year-old Olivia into gymnastics so she could have a place to learn how to flip safely. She started her competitive gymnastics career at Legacy Gymnastics in New York. Following her level 4 season, she moved to Apex Athletics in St. James, NY and has been there ever since.
As a level 6 gymnast in 2015, Olivia earned a bronze medal on uneven bars at the State Championships. She placed fifth on uneven bars and seventh on floor exercise at the 2016 Level 7 State Championships and fourth on vault at the 2017 Level 8 State Championships. Olivia moved up to level 9 in 2018 where she qualified to the Level 9 Eastern Nationals after finishing eighth in the all-around and third on uneven bars at the 2018 Level 6 Championships. In 2019, Olivia placed first on balance beam, second on vault and eighth in the all-around at the Region 6 Championships. She was the alternate for the Level 9 Eastern Nationals. Olivia qualified to the 2020 Level 9 State Championships but was unable to compete due to COVID-19 pandemic.
Olivia was unable to compete in 2021 due to an injury. She came back in 2022 where she placed second on uneven bars at the Level 10 State Championships. At the Region 6 Championships, she finished fifth in the all-around and second on uneven bars. She qualified to the Level 10 National Championships in Mesa, AZ.
When Olivia isn't busy training over 20 hours each week in the gym, she enjoys drawing, crafting and cooking. She is the daughter of Ron and Kristine Dylnicki and she has a brother, Jared and a dog named Koda. Olivia is an honor student at Rocky Point High School and she will graduate in 2023. She is a member of her youth group at her church. Her youth group has had been on mission trips to help people in need and helped with hurricane relief and refurbished buildings.