Olivia Dunne shows off her ‘beach-nastics’ skills as the TikTok superstar flips from a rock onto the sand while enjoying some holiday downtime
- Dunne has made the most of his free time from campus in recent weeks
- The NJ native attended red carpets, including the SI Issue launch party
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Gymnast and LSU influencer Olivia Dunne showed off her gymnastic abilities on different ground.
The New Jersey native blonde took to TikTok to flaunt her athleticism on a beach.
Dunne posted a video of herself performing a backflip off a small rock while on the sand, captioning it; ‘a few beach-nastics to start the summer off right.’
The 20-year-old has been enjoying her offseason and making appearances at the Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Issue launch party, in addition to the Academy of Country Music Awards in Texas this month.
Dunne was spotted with fellow LSU it-girl, Angel Reese, at the SI party in Manhattan earlier in May.
Olivia Dunne showed off her skills at the beach, sticking a backflip landing on the sand
The 20-year-old New Jersey native attended the SI Swimsuit Issue party in Manhattan, NY.
Dunne posted a photo of herself in Sports Illustrated’s swimsuit issue on Thursday
Dunne was one of two LSU students featured in this month’s issue of Sports Illustrated Swimsuit
Angel Reese and Dunne represent Louisiana Sate University in basketball and gymnastics
Last month, Dunne took part in a shoot for the issue in Puerto Rico, while Reese posed in Los Angeles.
The social media-famous gymnast discussed the inevitable criticism that comes with maintaining an online presence.
“People are always commenting on things they would never say to your face, so part of that is just having developed tough skin. Social media is hard,” she told SI Swimsuit.
“I think it’s important to defend yourself. It might be the Jersey girl in me, but I think the girls should know that [isn’t] ALL RIGHT [for people to say that]especially [because I’m] post things that any other student would post.
‘[Or I’m in] a leotard – which is the uniform required to be a gymnast. It’s ridiculous.
“There are always people who want to downplay your success and say it’s just because of how you look or it’s just luck.”