Gymnast Aly Raisman may have retired from the Olympics but her flexibility will go down in history! The 26-year-old Olympian reminded her followers why she’s one of the most famous vets in the spot by dropping a jaw-dropping clip from one of her epic victories which highlighted her elasticity over the weekend.
Taking to her social media on Sunday, March 7, the brunette bombshell left her followers in awe by flipping her way through the air and making a killer landing that made everyone cringe.
Slipping into her skintight red leotard, Aly Raisman was seen doing impressive backflips in the spandex attire. Flaunting her gold medal curves in the itty bitty festive one-piece with long sleeves, the former “Final Five” team captain’s body was covered in rhinestones to add to her shine.
Wearing her hair back in a tight bun, the Olympian took a big breath before dropping her magnificent skills on the mat and clutching a perfect landing with a killer jump split that would make a Radio City Rockette applaud. Scroll to see Aly Raisman’s jump split!
Despite rocking a skintight leotard that was hiked up high, Aly Raisman defied gravity and left her all on the mat. Sharing the awe-inspired throwback, which was first posted on the Tokyo 2020 Olympics Organizing Committee’s Instagram account, the gymnast put flexibility to the test.
Performing a roundoff back handspring, Aly Raisman soared through the air but that wasn’t the impressive part. Before landing, the three-time Olympic gold medalist showed why she deserves top score. Keep scrolling to see Aly’s jump splits!
Ending her killer set, Aly Raisman completed two backflips before sticking the landing. As soon as her feet hit the ground, the star jumped in the air highlighting her bendability. Kicking both legs in opposite directions, Aly Raisman did the perfect jump split leaving no inch out of place.
Despite announcing her new career move just one year after revealing her retirement, Aly Raisman isn’t against looking back at her Olympic days. This isn’t the first time that Aly Raisman’s slipped back into her gold-winning leotard and this definitely won’t be the last!