Young Woman Owns the Floor and Scores Perfect 10 From Judges

The floor exercise event in women‘s gymnastics is one of the most exciting events to watch during any gymnastics competition. It is a choreographed routine performed on a square carpeted area with music. The athletes perform a series of tumbling, leaps, and spins to showcase their strength, agility, and flexibility. Each routine is unique and often includes a combination of acrobatic tricks, such as handsprings, somersaults, and cartwheels.

The goal of the floor exercise event is to demonstrate a combination of strength, balance, and control in order to score the highest possible score. Well here’s a woman, Trinity Thomas, who demonstrates all of those on her way to earning a perfect score. 

Trinity became the NCAA’s all-around individual champion, along with becoming the floor and uneven bars champion after posting scores of 39.8125, 10.0, and 9.9750, respectively, during the team semifinals.

With an all-around 39.8125 score which ties the highest in NCAA semifinals history, she stunned everyone in the room. Trinity is truly blessed. Watch the full video below and please leave us a Facebook comment to let us know what you thought!

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