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LSU gymnast keeps scoring 10s for jaw-dropping routine

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Source: LSUGymnastics YouTube channel Source: LSUGymnastics YouTube channel

(WMBF) - Lloimincia Hall, a tiny gymnast at LSU, is stunning the judges with a floor routine that helped land her team in the semifinals of the NCAA championships.

The video has gone viral and has minds reeling at the thought of how Olympics judges might react.

Hall, a junior from Dallas, has already scored five perfect 10s - three of which were earned for this routine.

Take a look! Mobile users, view the video on YouTube.com here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nEDiDEwBat8 

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