UCLA gymnastics senior Felicia Hano has started making videos on the app TikTok in the last few months, along with some of her teammates. Hano’s most popular video to date has more than 1.3 million views. (MacKenzie Coffman/Daily Bruin senior staff)
When senior Felicia Hano first heard about TikTok, it was still called Musical.ly.
At that time, the only Bruin gymnast with an account was senior Mercedez Sanchez.
Much like the rest of the sports world, the Daily Bruin Sports editors spent the last five Sundays watching ESPN and Netflix’s 10-part documentary series, “The Last Dance.”
The 10-hour saga detailing the rise and fall of the Chicago Bulls’ dynasty with Michael Jordan earned national praise and set Twitter ablaze every week, and it has left audiences begging for more.
Many people who usually spend their time watching live sports have had a lot more free time on their hands amid the COVID-19 outbreak, and video games are the closest simulations to their favorite pastimes.
Kyla Ross finished her record-breaking collegiate career with a Honda Sport Award.
UCLA gymnastics senior Kyla Ross was presented with the 2020 Honda Sport Award for gymnastics Wednesday afternoon.
The first annual Daily Bruin Sports UCLA Athlete of the Year tournament started with 64 Bruins fighting for one spot at the top.
The tournament began March 29 and consisted of six rounds of Twitter polls, leaving it up to UCLA fans to decide who moved on.
The cancellation of the postseason hasn’t stopped Kyla Ross.
The UCLA gymnastics senior was named a finalist for the Honda Sport Award for gymnastics for the second straight year Monday afternoon.
With the world screeching to a halt in response to the COVID-19 outbreak, the loss of collegiate sports seems like just another drop in the bucket.
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