A Clinical Psychotherapist by profession, Rayle is a former National athlete for the Cayman Islands who has competed in Meets in the United States and Canada, whilst a student, against some of the leading sprinters on the International stage in his time with varying degrees of success. He holds the distinction of being the only Caymanian athlete to have beaten the local legend, Kareem Streete-Thompson on local soil.
At the end of his competitive days as an athlete he became an Administrator of the Sports when he was elected to the post of First Vice-President of the Cayman Islands Athletic Association (CIAA) in 2003. He would serve in that post until 2008 when he was elected President of the Association. The Chief Architect of the 2010 Carifta Games, a great deal of the undoubted success of that Championship was due to his promotional abilities and connectivity to the Community. In 2011 he resigned from the post of President of the CIAA for personal reasons.
In the years 2003-2008 himself and H. Delroy Murray formed a partnership that oversaw a turn around in the organization of Track Meets in the Cayman Islands, with an emphasis on youth development and talent identification. During that period the Cayman Islands won a record number of medals at International Meets.
A qualified USATF Coach, Rayle is a former President of the Cayman Islands Lions Club.