LSU gymnast Olivia Dunne has gone viral again over her handstand skills on TikTok. In the viral TikTok video, she was captured exhibiting her handstand skills just like the pro she is via Brobible;
Olivia Dunne is staying loose for the NCAA women’s gymnastics championships.
On Saturday, LSU finished third in the SEC championships behind Florida and Alabama despite a solid showing from Dunne and her teammates.
LSU finished third in the championships with a 197.800 behind Florida (198.425) and Alabama (197.925), and a spot in front of Kentucky (197.675).
LSU’s evening began on the uneven bars, led by two 9.850s by Olivia Dunne and Alexis Jeffrey. After her routine, Dunne yelled and slapped Clark’s hands as she handed the reins to Tori Tatum, who posted a 9.900 to keep the LSU section engaged.
“A score of) 197.8 is a great score anywhere and to think that’s third (best) just shows the strength of this conference and what we have in this conference,” LSU coach Jay Clark said. “No one was going to beat Florida in here tonight. That may be the best roster ever assembled in our sport and they were on fire. It didn’t matter what anyone else did, that team was going to win.”
With two weeks to prepare for the NCAA women’s gymnastics championships, Dunne is practicing her handstand skills in her latest TikTok video.
Dunne’s handstand skills are much better than her backflipping skills.
I think part of the allure of Dunne is she is an gymnast so he can get in all these unique positions that has he internet going nuts.
Gymnasts are known for their flexibility so I am not surprised when these videos go viral. Plus she has some curves on that body too that you can’t ignore and she knows how to show them off if you know what I mean.
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