Gymnast’s jaw-droppingly flawless routine goes viral after scoring a perfect 10

Publish Date
Wednesday, 16 January 2019, 10:02AM

There are some videos you watch in life that completely take your breath away ...

And this gymnast's seamless routine is one of them!

Over the weekend, UCLA gymnast Katelyn Ohashi performed an incredibly flawless floor routine that not only landed her a perfect 10 at the Collegiate Challenge competition but also blew up the internet.

The 21-year-old's routine, which was set to a medley that included Earth, Wind & Fire, Tina Turner, The Jackson 5 and Michael Jackson, had plenty of gravity-defying flips and tumbles, as well as an incredible splits sequence.

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Katelyn's coach, Valorie Kondos Field told The Daily Bruin: "Her whole floor routine is ridiculously hard. Every single thing about it, including the backwards split that she does after her leap pass - it's insane."

The video is currently sitting at over 3.2 million views since it was uploaded on Saturday.

And this wasn't the first time Katelyn made headlines.

Back in 2018, she went viral thanks to her killer Michael Jackson-inspired routine at the 2018 PAC-12 championships.

We are so in awe over her routines!