Olympic gymnast Nastia Liukin just reminded everyone who is one of the hottest tumblers who has ever graced the USA uniform, and did it in full patriotic style, hitting the lake in a red, white, and blue bikini style!
The five-time Olympic gold-medalist took to Instagram and shared the mind-blowing shots from her 4th of July celebration in Charleston, South Carolina. As always, the world-class athlete looks amazing, and is preparing for one of the biggest summers in the past four years! It’s USA gymnastics time!
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In the sexy snaps, Nastia is decked out in a light blue one-piece which was accessorized by several chains around the waist. To make sure she included all the colors of the flag — Nasita added a red, white, and blue head wrap. In the stunning photos, Nastia is posed down with one of her friends who is also sporting a blue string bikini and included a cowboy hat!
“Fourth of July, Charleston,” Liukin captioned the smoking hot pictures.
Of course, the over one million fans who closely follow the interesting life of the ex-gymnast flooded the Instagram page with comments about how insane the photos are of the vacation. “That float is
Last month, the former gymnast celebrated the upcoming summer Olympics by launching her own limited edition shoes which are inspired by her own career. The sneakers are a collaboration with APL, and are red, white, and blue. The former Olympian spoke out about the line, telling Footwearnews.com, “The stars represent a commitment to yourself, to your goals and your passions. And even though you don’t really necessarily know or can see the outcome, stars in the sky can be a symbol as your path to your final destination.” Adding, several current team members — including Simone Biles — have already sported the sneakers.
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She continued, “Being part of something so much greater than just myself as an individual and being able to come together with my teammates and our entire country, essentially, with that pressure we felt, to carry the weight of the entire nation on our shoulders with so much pride, I can never express that feeling.”
The good news is that the COVID-19 pandemic seems to be partially under control in the U.S. and many Americans like Nastia were able to enjoy their Fourth of July weekend. But, the same is not promised for the Toyko games. The president of Japan’s organizing committee says banning fans from the games is still on the table.
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