FORT WORTH, Texas — Editor's note: The above video is from September 2019. Twin Cities gymnast Sunisa Lee is one step closer to the Olympics, after wowing crowds at the U.S. Championships. The competition was Friday night in Forth Worth, Texas. Lee, a St. Paul gymnast who's aiming for the...
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Auburn star signee Sunisa Lee won on uneven bars at the U.S. Championships meet on Sunday, making a strong statement on the road to the Olympic Games. Lee finished second in the all-around at the meet, behind only Simone Biles. Lee is signed with Auburn and is set to compete for the Tigers starting in 2021-22.
Suni Lee established herself as contender for Tokyo at 2019 world championships, where she won team gold, silver on floor and bronze on uneven bars
Sunisa Lee competes at the FIG Artistic Gymnastics World Championships on Oct. 13, 2019 in Stuttgart, Germany. Sunisa Lee hopes to be one of the U.S. gymnasts taking her turn to carry on the women’s legacy of winning at the Olympic Games later this summer in Tokyo. On Saturday she was unbeatable in her events.