UCLA’s Katelyn Ohashi’s perfect floor routine goes viral

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Katelyn Ohashi, the NCAA reigning co-champion on floor, scored her fourth career perfect 10 on floor with her Michael Jackson- and family-inspired routine on Saturday, and it didn’t take long for word to spread.

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The video amassed nearly 25 million views since the tweet on Saturday - a flashback to a different Michael Jackson routine Ohashi performed during the 2017-18 season that also took over the internet.



This viral performance marks UCLA’s fourth viral routine in just three seasons. Before Ohashi became an internet sensation, Sophina DeJesus took the world by storm with a routine that infused Hip Hop dances. Even Ellen DeGeneres took notice.



Hallie Mossett slayed her Beyoncé routine, and the internet took notice, too.



Ohashi’s score over the weekend lifted the Bruins to a team floor total of 49.700, the fifth-highest mark in school history.



Kyla Ross, Olympic gold medalist, proved her nickname "Kyla Boss" true. Video of her performance over the weekend has racked up 70K+ views and climbing. She was flawless on the uneven bars, scoring her fourth career perfect 10 on bars and sixth overall perfect score. She won the all-around with a career-high-tying 39.700, and also posted UCLA’s top mark on vault with a 9.875. Ross’ and Ohashi’s perfect 10s boosted No. 2 UCLA to a first-place finish at the 2019 Collegiate Challenge powered by Under Armour over three ranked teams. No. 9 California landed in second place with a 196.075, followed by No. 33 Michigan State at 194.900 and No. 14 UC Davis with a 194.125.

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