Gymnast stands center-stage. Steals the show when Michael Jackson song plays

In order to win the competition, Katelyn only needed to score a 9.6 or higher and from the first step of her routine makes the audience and her teammates goes crazy with excitement.

Watching gymnasts perform can be some of the most magical and thrilling experiences. We watch as these performers who have trained for years leave it all on the mat with hopes of scoring the perfect 10. WATCH THE VIDEO BELOW

Training morning and night developing their craft through endless blood, sweat, and tears all for a moment of time that lasts less than 10 minutes. They have all eyes on them for just this moment and just one mistake can make or break their whole routine. One mistake and the years of training can seem almost pointless. But these gymnasts understand the consequences and what is at stake.

It is about taking that chance that what if those years of training are all worth it and they hit every movement flawlessly which leads them to score the perfect 10. For one gymnast she has almost perfected this and her name is Katelyn Michelle Ohashi.

Katelyn was born in Seattle, Washington, and started her training in gymnastics at the young age of 3. She was only 12 years old when she debuted her talent on the floor in 2009 when she attended the Junior Olympic National Championships and placed first on floor exercise.

This was only the beginning of her championship titles. As she grew up she eventually became an American artistic gymnast and competed for the University of California. One of her most recognized performances that has since gone viral is the floor routine she performed to a medley of Michael Jackson’s “Thriller” and “The Way You Make Me Feel”.

This routine was intense for not only Katelyn but her team and everyone in the crowd since the announcers let her know that since she had achieved several perfect scores of 10 she only needed to achieve a score of 9.6 or higher if she wanted to win.

As the cameras change angles we get a glimpse of her fellow gymnasts and see her teammates behind her following every movement of her dance floor routine. Standing on the sidelines with high excitement and nerves for Katelyn to achieve a score of 9.6 or higher.

She makes sure to show her perfect form to the judges as she flips into a standing position on her tiptoes pointing out towards the crowd.

As she moves throughout the floor we get to see her teammates behind her continue to follow her every step with smiles that get bigger and bigger by the second as Katelyn nails every movement of her routine.

Katelyn takes a moment to gaze at the floor before she makes her last tumbling pass. She takes a few breaths here and refocuses then takes off for her last tumbling pass.


Sources: Shareably

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