Move murderer! Gymnast allows viewers to swarm with her latest cross-busting to flourish as her performances to Michael Jackson judges wows
- Katelyn Ohashi, a student at the University of California, surprised judges routine
- She performs a triple tumbling in a split before she jumps up to applaud
- Crowd gets wild after she has finished her performance and gets a perfect 10
Sophie Law for Mailonline
This is the moment when a gymnast scores a perfect 10 after making a painful last move in an incredible routine.
Katelyn Ohashi, a student at the University of California, performed the funky routine to a medley of hits at the Collegiate Challenge in Anaheim, USA.
The incredible gymnast wowed the audience by performing a triple tumbling in a painful split before jumping up and applauding as if it were easy.
Katelyn Ohashi, a student at the University of California, conducted the funky routine to a medley of hits at the Collegiate Challenge in Anaheim, USA
The incredible gymnast seduces the audience by doing a triple tumble in a split before jumping to the applause
She laughs throughout the routine and breaks in dance between somersaults and tunes by Michael Jackson and Earth Wind and Fire.
And her teammates who watch in the wings can be seen while dancing to the high energy performance.
At the end the audience gets wild and runs to high-five her teammates before the judges raise the score with a perfect 10.
UCLA gymnastics placed the video of the implementation on Twitter with the caption: "A 10 is not enough for this floor routine."
The clip has now become viral and users on social media have shuddered at her movements and were amazed at her incredible skills.
Katelyns teammates congratulate her after her routine. The clip has since become viral and users on social media have shuddered at her movements and were amazed at her incredible skills
One user said: & # 39; The current drop to the splits comes up at the end and is mind bending. The power movements in modern floor routines are ridiculous. & # 39;
Another wrote: & # 39; I would rip any ligament that I did not even know I had & # 39 ;.
One wrote: & # 39; I know nothing about gymnastics, but this is fun to see. I hurt myself just by looking. & # 39;
Another said: & # 39; I was a gymnast and still look a lot, this is the most exciting floor routine I have ever seen. So much energy and executed perfectly & # 39 ;.
Katelyn, who has been doing gymnastics for 18 years, has won many national competitions.
At the end the audience gets wild and runs to high-five her teammates before the judges raise the score with a perfect 10