Young lady dominates the floor and receives a judge’s “Perfect 10.” Her video will leave you speechless…

You could essentially walk under her during one of her flips.

During the NCAA championships, she flawlessly caps up her gymnastics season.

On a Saturday, Thomas ramped up the heat as she competed on the floor to represent Florida in the NCAA championships.

Her breathtaking routine earned a perfect 10.0 for Friday’s semifinals.

In the finals, Trinity continued their immaculate performance.

She’s incredible.

The broadcasters anticipated Thomas receiving a perfect score of 10.

Trinity executed all of her flips flawlessly, and throughout her performance, she never skipped a beat.

This woman had it together!
The stats indicate that Thomas has had a very successful week.

She posted scores of 39.8125, 10.0, and 9.9750, correspondingly, during the team semifinals to win the NCAA’s individual all-around competition as well as the floor and uneven bars events.

That score, an overall 39.8125, is tied for the best in NCAA semifinals ever. The Florida representative in Fort Worth, Texas, astounded both the audience and the judges.

Sunisa Lee of Auburn finished slightly behind Thomas in the race. The top 5 gymnasts are as follows:

Florida native Trinity Thomas — 39.8125

Sunisa Lee — 39.6750 — Auburn

Florida native Megan Skaggs ran 39.6625

Leanne Wong — 39.6250 — Florida

Norah Flatley — 39.6000 — UCLA

Thomas did sustain an injury in 2021, but it appears like she saw it as a challenge and a chance to bounce back this season stronger than ever.

Here is the video: