WATCH: Costa Rican Gymnast Includes Black Lives Matter Tribute in Olympic Floor Routine


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Costa Rican gymnast Luciana Alvarado paid tribute to the Black Lives Matter movement at the end of her first-floor routine at the Toyko Olympics on Sunday.

At the end of her performance, Alvarado kneeled while tilting her head back and raising a fist from her right hand.

According to the Associated Press, the 18-year-old first-time Olympian had said that she choreographed the end of her routine to show support for the Black Lives Matter movement.

On Friday, Alvarado said that she performed the move during training which she hoped to do during her routine to “highlight the importance of equal rights on a global stage, and champion treating all with respect and dignity.”

“Because we’re all the same,” she said, “and we’re all beautiful and amazing.”

Her routine on Sunday will be her only chance on the Olympic stage. The AP reported she scored a 12.166 on the floor, which did not qualify her to move on to the finals.


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