LSU gymnast and social media personality Olivia Dunne has partnered with Accelerator Active Energy through her “Livvy Fund,” offering a unique Name, Image, and Likeness (NIL) deal to eight of her LSU gymnast teammates.
Olympic gold medalist Mary Lou Retton, dubbed ‘America’s Sweetheart’ for her performance at the 1984 Games, is in the battle of her life
Picture this: the weight of an entire nation’s hopes resting on your injured ankle. Now imagine having just one shot at sealing a gold medal that’s eluded your country for years. Sounds nerve-wracking, right? That was precisely the situation Kerri Strug found herself in during the 1996 Atlanta Olympics. Let’s take a trip down memory lane and relive that iconic moment.
Olivia Dunne, who makes $3.3 million annually through the NIL program, has come under fire recently for her use of Photoshop on Instagram
Olivia Dunne, a true product of the social media generation, college sports enthusiasm, and an insane amount of NIL deals, has secured for herself a financial future that even most professional athletes will never get close too. Now, she thinks she’s done enough hard work flipping and twisting in air and can move onto other things with her giant bag of money in tow.
During a recent interview with Elle magazine, viral LSU Gymnast Olivia Dunne discussed some recent incidents in which she felt her fame and popularity put her in several potentially dangerous situations which forced her to miss classes.
Doctor Larry Nasser, who was found guilty of sexually abusing a number of female gymnasts, has reportedly been assaulted and stabbed in the Florida prison where he was serving his sentence as the result of an altercation with another convict.
Stanford University’s Women’s College Basketball Coach Tara VanDerveer recently blasted female college athletes prostituting themselves via NIL deals.
Lawyers representing approximately 90 women, including Olympic gold medalists Simone Biles, Aly Raisman and McKayla Maroney, filed a lawsuit against the FBI Wednesday seeking more than $1 billion for the agency’s failure to act after receiving allegations against sports doctor Larry Nassar in 2015.