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UCLA gymnast Katelyn Ohashi performs her floor exercise during a... News Photo - Getty Images

UCLA gymnast Katelyn Ohashi performs her floor exercise during a women's college gymnastics meet between the UCLA Bruins and the Washington Huskies on February 10 at the Alaska Airlines Arena in...

Perhaps the biggest opportunity belongs to Louisiana State gymnast Olivia Dunne, who boasts 5 million followers between TikTok and Instagram, making her the most followed active college athlete, according to The Action Network's Darren Rovell

NCAA athletes are wasting little time in capitalizing on new rules allowing them to profit off their name, image, and likeness (NIL), with some high-profile stars expecting to sign six-figure endorsement deals.

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14-year-old Nadia Comaneci of Romania, whose gymnastics prowess thrust her into the spotlight at Montreal's 1976 Summer Games, performs a back handspring during her routine on the balance beam.

14-year-old Nadia Comaneci of Romania, whose gymnastics prowess thrust her into the spotlight at Montreal's 1976 Summer Games, performs a back handspring during her routine on the balance beam.

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The Heartbreaking Story Behind Why UCLA Gymnast in Viral Video Isn't Vying for Spot on Olympic Team

Over the weekend, UCLA Bruins gymnast Katelyn Ohashi's literally perfect routine captured the heart of the internet. But the attention was far from new for the 21-year-old senior, who has been on the gymnastics circuit for most of her life

Sunisa Lee, First Hmong American Olympic Gymnast, Talks Achieving Her Dream and Being an Inspiration

"I want to do it for my family and coaches obviously, but I also want to do it for myself. I've just been through so much," Sunisa Lee told PEOPLE