Get ready to be amazed by this hip-hop floor routine:
Setting a new standard for achieved perfection is Lloimincia Hall, a petite gymnast from Louisiana State University. She has shown that doing it perfectly is not just an aspiration, it is an attainable goal that she makes happen time after time after time.
With her routine set to crowd-pleasing hip-hop, she flips and soars and dances to repeat her winning 10 time after time. She’s done it FOUR TIMES. Yes. A perfect ten. Well, to be fair, that is four times THIS SEASON. She scored a perfect score last season, as well. She’s had six, over all, in her career.
The Texas-born gymnast goes by the nickname Mince and is the daughter of a reverend. She is majoring in sport administration.
Lloimincia Hall will be competing again on April 18th at the NCAA Semifinals in Birmingham, AL, and we will be waiting to cheer her on to another perfect score.
Image Credit: Lloimincia Hall’s Facebook
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