University of California (UCLA) gymnast Katelyn Ohashi became a virile as her new ground routine earned her a perfect 10 at the Collegiate Challenge in Anaheim, USA.
After setting the wagging languages in 2018 with a routine inspired by Michael Jackson on the Pac-12, she kept the theme rolling with this performance for a funky musical mix as she reached the perfection of gymnastics.
The King of Pop was again the inspiration for the crescendo of his routine.
As The Way You Make Me Feel Ohashi threw three drops into a divided landing before standing up with the raucous applause of the crowd and the other competitors.
Sports Illustrated described the routine as "perfection," HuffPost said it was "flawless" and UCLA tweeted that "10 is not enough."
Ohashi's routine was the reason the internet fell in love with her.
How she was able to recover from her last divisions so quickly is simply astonishing given the tension she placed in a particularly sensitive part of her body. It was painful to watch – but fortunately, Ohashi's flexibility made it all part of her plan and she stood up without a hint of discomfort.
As Ohashi presented himself with a cheerful smile that shone on his face, his waiting teammates danced along with his routine.
Social media also erupted in reaction to the effort with many women, taking a moment to comment on how much they would have problems with the flexible routine.
The gymnast had already created headlines in 2018 with a performance inspired by Michael Jackson and this time she had Earth Wind and Fire. SeptemberThe Jackson 5's I want you Back and The Way You Make Me Feel to accompany your smooth movements.
Ohashi is the current NCAA co-champion on ground exercises and was also NCAA team champion in 2018.
Prior to UCLA, Ohashi was competing at the elite level of gymnastics until she injured her back and shoulders, according to The Players' Tribune. She decided to compete on the college level because of her injuries.