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Olivia Dunne Dazzles In Her Sparkling LSU Leotard In Stunning New Selfie

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By Alisan Duran on January 27, 2024 at 10:00 AM EST

Gymnastics sensation Olivia Dunne has once again captivated fans with her dazzling presence, this time in a stunning selfie showcasing her sparkling LSU leotard!

The accomplished athlete took to Instagram Stories to share a glimpse of her outfit ahead of an anticipated meet on Friday.

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Olivia Dunne Is Pretty In Purple

In the captivating photo, Dunne radiates confidence as she strikes a pose in her eye-catching LSU leotard, which shimmers with an array of sequins and embellishments. The intricate design accentuates her athletic physique, highlighting her poise and grace as she prepares to showcase her skills on the gymnastics floor.

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The 21-year-old LSU gymnast took to the social media site to share a fresh selfie seemingly snapped in her hotel room, captioning the photo with "let's geaux!" accompanied by a tiger emoji.

Dunne's impeccable style and unwavering dedication to her sport are on full display in the selfie, further solidifying her status as a role model for aspiring gymnasts everywhere.

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Selfie Time!

LSU gymnast Olivia Dunne takes a selfie in her leotard.
Instagram Stories | Olivia Dunne

As anticipation builds for the weekend meet, Dunne's selfie serves as a tantalizing preview of the talent and artistry that fans can expect to witness on the gymnastics floor. With each graceful movement and dazzling routine, she continues to inspire admiration and awe among audiences worldwide.

Moreover, Dunne's social media presence provides fans with a behind-the-scenes glimpse into the life of a dedicated athlete, offering insights into her training regimen, competition preparations, and personal milestones. Her willingness to share these moments with her followers fosters a sense of connection and camaraderie, further endearing her to fans around the globe.

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Losing From Missouri

This week, the LSU Gymnastics team, ranked No. 3 nationally, hit the road for their first conference away meet of the season against No. 9 Missouri. Head coach Jay Clark emphasized that the team's approach for the upcoming week remains consistent with their overall mindset throughout the season.

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"The mindset going into this week is the same as it is every week. Our goal is just to continue to improve on our performance every week and maintain a mindset of progress, intensity, and focus," said Clark. "The most important thing is what happens next. Last Friday was a good confidence booster and our intention is to be that same team as we turn the page and move on to the next meet. Missouri is a good team and we’re excited to get in their environment. We want to be as consistently excellent as we can possibly be, and that’s what we’re going to try and do."

However, after a week marked by exceptional performances and one of the top scores nationwide, LSU encountered a challenging meet against Missouri.

Jay Clark's Disappointment Over Loss

Freshman Konnor McClain secured another perfect score of 10 on the balance beam, marking her second flawless performance in the past three weeks, while senior Kiya Johnson showcased resilience by clinching the all-around title. Despite these standout performances, the No. 3 LSU team faced challenges throughout the meet against No. 9 Missouri, ultimately falling short with a score of 197.325-197.225 in Columbia, Missouri.

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The defeat brings LSU's overall record to 4-2, with a 1-1 standing in SEC competition, while Missouri boasts a 5-1 record overall and 2-1 in conference play. Expressing disappointment, LSU coach Jay Clark labeled the performance as "unacceptable," particularly noting the team's strong start on bars followed by struggles to land routines throughout the remainder of the competition, as reported by NOLA.

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