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Women's College GymnasticsWomen's college gymnastics is a highly competitive collegiate sport, split into three divisions – Division I, Division II, and Division III. It is governed by the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA). Women's college gymnastics features some of the most talented athletes in the world performing breath-taking routines on floor, vault, beam, and uneven bars. The college gymnastics season runs from January to April, beginning with the dual meet season and culminating with the NCAA Women's Gymnastics Championship. At the end of the dual meet season, teams compete in their conference championships. Then, those teams with strong results advance to Regional Championships and the top two teams in each regional qualify for the NCAA Women's Gymnastics Championship. Additionally, the top finishers from the all-around and individual events in Regionals advance to the NCAA Championship as individuals in addition to their team. The most successful teams in women's college gymnastics have traditionally been the University of Oklahoma, the University of Alabama, the University of Florida, and the University of Utah. Current elite gymnasts include Madison Kocian (UCLA), MyKayla Skinner (Utah), and Alicia Boren (Florida). NCAA Women's Gymnastics Championships have seen many iconic performances and memorable moments since 1981. Mary Lou Retton became the first-ever American to win the All-Around title in 1984. Brandy Johnson is the first gymnast to earn both the US Senior National Championship and to win the NCAA All-Around title in the same year. UCLA gymnast, Vanessa Zamarripa, became the first collegiate athlete to scoring a perfect 10.0 on the floor exercise in 2009. In 2013, Florida achieved the first ever Super Six perfect score of 198.175. Women's college gymnastics is an incredible display of athleticism and grace, featuring outstanding performances by elite collegiate gymnasts. It is no surprise that the competition level is consistently high as the athletes strive to break records and prove that they are some of the best in the world.
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Utah at WashingtonWomen's College GymnasticsFrom Alaska Airlines Arena in Seattle.