Gymnastics phenom Katelyn Ohashi has done it again.
The American has produced yet another flawless floor routine to score a 10.0 competing for UCLA at a US College event on the weekend.
Ohashi went viral earlier this year achieving the same feat and on Monday (NZT) she completed an incredible fourth perfect score in three months.
In front of an jam-packed crowd of 10,177, Ohashi performed to the music of the Jackson Five, Earth, Wind & Fire and Michael Jackson.
The performance was so amazing it had Oklahoma fans on their feet.
Her coach admitted she has run out of superlatives to describe her young charge.
"I've never seen her facial, her performance quality, be that professional as I saw tonight," Valorie Kandos Field told media.
"Her whole floor routine is ridiculously hard.
"Every single thing about it, including the backwards split that she does after her leap pass.
ESPN commentator John Roethlisberger described Ohashi's rise to fame as being "....the most important thing to happen in women's collegiate gymnastics in years."