A video of an extremely flexible girl performing gymnastic stunts has recently gone viral on social media.
Spellbound: The video, which was posted on Twitter with the caption “Spellbound,” was shared by Indian Police Service officer Ankita Sharma on Nov. 27. It has received over 310,000 views and more than 22,000 likes as of this writing.
Olympic gymnast Suni Lee, 18, shared some special ink on her arm to her followers on her Instagram story earlier today.
A forever reminder: The athlete could be seen sitting in a tattoo parlor proudly showing off Olympic rings tattooed in black ink on her right forearm alongside her caption “did a thingggg.”
Olympic throwback: first female Asian American Olympic gymnastics medalist serving community as pediatrician
The first female Asian American Olympic gymnastics medalist has been serving her community as a pediatrician for the past decade.
A historic win: Amy Chow, now 43, was the first Asian American woman to win an Olympic medal in gymnastics when she competed in the 1996 Atlanta Games, as stated in Vogue.
Shin Jea-hwan, the men’s vault gold champion whose gymnastics career almost came to an end after a back injury, became the second South Korean gymnast ever to win a gold medal at the Olympics.
Getting the gold: Shin, 23, made his Olympic debut and scored 14.783 points on average after two vaults in the final on Aug. 2, according to the Yonhap News Agency.
Yeo Seo-jeong made Korean Olympic history by winning Korea’s first-ever medal in women’s gymnastics as well as being a part of South Korea’s first father-daughter duo to both win Olympic medals.
Making history: Yeo, 19, took home a bronze medal in women’s vaulting after averaging 14.733 points on Aug. 1, reported the Yonhap News Agency.
Chinese gymnast Zou Jingyuan made history on Tuesday after winning gold in parallel bars and receiving the highest score any gymnast had ever received at the Tokyo Games.
A massive win: Zou beat Germany’s Lukas Dauser and Turkey’s Ferhat Arican in the grand finals with a final score of 16.233, ESPN reported. The event took place at the Ariake Gymnastics Centre.
Teen gymnast lands China’s first gold in women’s gymnastics since 2012, defeats her hero Simone Biles
Guan Chenchen took home China’s first gold in women’s gymnastics since 2012 and defeated her hero, Simone Biles, in the finals.
The victory: Guan, 16, won her first Olympic medal in the balance beam final on Aug. 3.
Hmong American gymnast Suni Lee will now add bronze in her collection of medals won at the Tokyo Games as she takes third place in uneven bars.
What happened: Lee, 18, scored 14.500 at the grand finals on Sunday, despite some missed connections and errors in her routine, according to NBC News.
Suni Lee has become the first Hmong American to ever make the U.S. Olympic gymnastics team and is the first gymnast to beat Simone Biles in any phase since 2013.
Making the team: The 18-year-old gymnast secured one of two guaranteed spots on the team as she finished in second place during the two-day event on June 27.
The championships: Suni Lee earned her second consecutive silver medal in the all-around competition and secured second place in the U.S. Gymnastics Championships over the weekend.
Carlos Edriel Yulo has been crowned champion of the men’s floor title at the world gymnastics championships, the first-ever Filipino to do so on October 12 in Stuttgart, Germany.
The 19-year-old athlete beat his competitors with a final score of 15.300 at the 2019 World Artistic Gymnastics Championships.
When Sunisa Lee won her first gold medal with Team USA in her gymnastics world debut on Tuesday in Germany, it was her dad who was on her mind.
The 16-year-old Hmong-American artistic gymnast said she was thinking about her dad who she knew would be watching from his hospital bed.