Her flips are so high you could literally walk under her.
She finishes her gymnastics season in flawless fashion during the NCAA championships.
It was on a Saturday when Thomas turned up the heat, performing her floor routine as she represented Florida in the NCAA finals.
Her stunning routine resulted in a perfect 10.0 for the semifinals on Friday.
Trinity followed it up with another perfect score in the finals.
She is unbelievable.
The announcers knew that Thomas would receive a perfect 10.
Trinity landed all her flips cleanly, and she was on a rhythm not missing a single beat at any point in her performance.
This lady was in the zone!
Thomas has had quite a successful week as the numbers show.
She became the NCAA’s all-around individual champion, along with becoming the floor and uneven bars champion after posting scores of 39.8125, 10.0 and 9.9750, respectively, during the team semifinals.
That’s an all around 39.8125 score which ties the highest in NCAA semifinals history. Florida’s representative stunned the audience and the judges in Fort Worth, Texas.
Thomas finished just ahead of Auburn’s Sunisa Lee. Here are the top 5 gymnasts:
Trinity Thomas — Florida — 39.8125
Sunisa Lee — Auburn — 39.6750
Megan Skaggs — Florida — 39.6625
Leanne Wong — Florida — 39.6250
Norah Flatley — UCLA — 39.6000
Thomas did suffer an injury in 2021, and it’s like she took that as a challenge and an opportunity to come back better than ever this season.
Watch Trinity’s incredible routine in the vide0 below!