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Livvy Dunne has a Paid Mindful Moment!

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Tex Hollywood - March 1, 2024

Livvy Dunne is one of the highest paid and most influential players at the college level. She's redefined the NIL and really put college Gymnastics on the map.

She was recently announced as the face of Nautica, where she is on a billboard and in their marketing, which is a big deal.

However, her longer term partner is VUORI, who have been paying her for over a year now, and who she can be seen in their marketing celebrating mindfulness, which we can assume comes from being a young millionaire thanks to social media.

She was on SC where she discussed what it would mean to the LSU Gnastics team if they won a championship. The team has never won the gymnastics team to win a championship, but apparently the team is on the road to win.

She was also asked about juggling her scheduling as an athlete and influencer at the same time, which she said happened during COVID lockdowns, her mom and sister help her, and how much of a blessing it has been.

She also addressed some of the passionate male fans of hers, the Livvy Bros, and she seems pretty blessed to have all the supporters!

She says that she will not miss the conditioning and weight training when she retires from competitive Gymnastics next year, since this is her final run.

They also chatted about her boyfriend Paul Skenes who was drafted by the Pirates, where he played his first game in Spring Training. So the life of the MLB WAG is on her radar.

Here is another video of her in action a year ago, to remind you that she's a legit gymnast:



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