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During her elite career Olivia trained at ENA Paramus in New Jersey. Olivia dropped down to L10 to pursue a college career shortly before the 2020 elite season and currently competes at LSU. Dunne is one of the most well known gymnasts in the social media world having acquired 3.8 million followers on TikTok and an additional one million followers on Instagram.
Her social media following and resulting fanbase makes Dunne one of the few gymnasts who is widely known amongst casual (4-year) fans. It is a fanbase that will only grow larger as Dunne is now able to appear on national TV broadcasts (ESPN) now that she has made it to the college level.
It could be argued Olivia Dunne has been one of the most successful gymnasts in using her elite level gymnastics career as a template to build a marketable brand for herself. And Dunne did it without an Olympics, viral floor routine, or a professional marketing agency assisting her. But rather, a high school aged kid who had the creativity, wit, and brains to understand how to use an emerging platform to her advantage.
American Classic: 28th-AA, 31st-VT, 25th-UB, 16th-BB, 18th-FX
U.S. Classic: 33rd-AA, 36th-VT, 35th-UB, 29th-BB, 20th-FX
WOGA Classic: 5th-AA,
American Classic: 8th-AA, 18th-VT, 15th-UB, 9th-BB, 6th-FX
U.S. Classic: 24th-AA, 34th-VT, 30th-UB, 14th-BB, 12th-FX
U.S. Championships: 25th-AA, 27th-VT, 23rd-UB, 23rd-BB, 21st-FX
American Classic: 27th-AA, 26th-VT, 26th-UB, 22nd-BB, 20th-FX
U.S. Classic: 24th-AA, 33rd-VT, 23rd-UB, 20th-BB, 13th-FX
U.S. Championships: 12th-AA, 22nd-VT, 21st-UB, 8th-BB, 6th-FX
Jesolo: 1st-Team, 6th-AA
American Classic: 12th-UB, 6th-BB
U.S. Classic: 5th-AA, 22nd-VT, 11th-UB, 6th-BB, 6th-FX
U.S. Championships: 9th-AA, 15th-VT, 9th-UB, 7th-BB, 8th-FX
Jesolo Trophy: 15th-AA
U.S. Classic: 15th-UB
U.S. Championships: 18th-AA, 17th-UB, 20th-BB, 19th-FX
Nastia Liukin Cup: Participant
Results are taken from Score for Score, The Gymternet, GymnasticGreats, My Meet Scores, Gymn-Forum, the official websites of various national gymnastics federations, newspaper clippings, classic gymnastics magazines, and in some cases, were provided by the gymnasts themselves. An explanation for the meaning of these symbols can be found here.