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Courtney Martinez | NCAA.com | February 9, 2016

UCLA gymnast Sophina DeJesus shows off her dance moves in floor routine

UCLA senior gymnast Sophina DeJesus choreographed one incredible floor routine during the Bruins' meet against Utah on Saturday.

DeJesus incorporated popular dance moves the whip, nae-nae, hit the quan and even ended her routine with a dab. Check out her incredible moves as DeJesus explains the inspiration behind them:

Not only did she nail her tumbles, but DeJesus energized the Pauley Pavilion home crowd with her infectious choreography too.

UCLA barely edged Utah .025 points after the final rotation and the judges awarded DeJesus a 9.925 score for her floor routine. But by the looks of the crowd and her teammates, DeJesus would have earned a perfect 10 from them.

 

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