After impressing in 2018 with a Michael Jackson-inspired routine at the Pac-12 Championships that earned her a 9.95, she kept the theme rolling with this performance to a funky musical medley as she attained gymnastic perfection. "Every single thing about it including the backward split that she does after her leap pass - it's insane".
Ohashi previously competed on the US national team but left after fracturing her back and tearing both of her shoulders.
At the end, the crowd go wild and she runs to high-five her team mates before the judges hold up score with a flawless 10.
"I feel like one person can make a difference and that's what I feel like when I get all the feedback I have".
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She later described college gymnastics as the "reward we receive after years of abuse", adding: 'It is the time of discovery, healing, learning, growing, and having the time of our lives'. In video clips of her at meets during that time, Ohashi rarely had a smile on her face.
Despite the crowning achievement, Ohashi has said she was broken - mentally and physically. "P.s. how the heck does she do that??" another said.
UCLA's cameras captured Ohashi's two-minute performance, and internet users had watched it more than 13 million times as of Monday morning, according to The Washington Post's Allyson Chiu. Could she have had any more fun doing that? Due to her injuries, the Olympic hopeful stepped down from elite competition with a goal to return on a collegiate stage.
According to UCLA's official website, Ohashi's team, The Bruins, totaled 197.700, highlighted by a team floor total of 49.700, the fifth-highest mark in school history. It's not me standing on the podium with medals.