The meet will feature UCLA’s Katelyn Ohashi, a Newcastle product has gained fame over the last month for her standout floor routine that went viral on social media.
The Pac-12 gymnastics meet between the Washington Huskies and UCLA Bruins will go on as scheduled at 3 p.m. Sunday despite snow that has blanketed the Puget Sound region.
The meet will feature UCLA’s Katelyn Ohashi, a Newcastle product who rocketed to fame for her standout floor routine on Jan. 12 that went viral on social media.
Those who have purchased tickets and are unable to attend can contract the Husky ticket office (email@example.com or 206-543-2200) to transfer those tickets to one of the two final home meets of the season, March 8 or 10.
The kids clinic scheduled for after the meet will be rescheduled.
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