Alabama Track Star Chandler Hayden is Being Dubbed The ‘New Olivia Dunne’ With Her Jaw-Dropping Photos (PICS)

Alabama Track Star Chandler Hayden is Being Dubbed The ‘New Olivia Dunne’ With Her Jaw-Dropping Photos (PICS)

Chandler Hayden posing in front Alabama logo


Over the past few years, there have been quite a few new young women who came up and were called the new Olivia Dunne of college sports.

As the LSU gymnast gets set to end her college career, many are looking for the new face and body of college.

We may have found a viable candidate.

Alabama Crimson Tide track & field star Chandler Hayden is going insanely viral this week after she posted a set of wild photos that has fans going nuts:

Chandler Olivia Hayden currently has over 141,000 followers on Instagram and it is growing. She is even more popular on TikTok as she has 328,000 followers.



Back in 2022, Hayden signed up for the WWE NIL program when she attended the University of Tennessee and competed as a hammer thrower on the Volunteers track and field team.

Among her accomplishments are being a 2023 Indoor Second Team All-American in weight throw and being on the 2022, and 2023 Spring SEC Academic Honor Roll.

So far in 2024, she has recorded a top-five finish in the women’s weight throw at the Samford Invitational and earned a first-place finish in the women’s weight throw at the Bob Polluck Invitational.

Her mark moved her to second on the all-time top-10 list in program history.

Prior to her move to Alabama, she scored at the 2023 SEC Outdoor Championships in the hammer throw with a mark of 62.18. She also moved to No. 3 all-time in Tennessee program history after recording 63.05m (206-10) in the hammer throw at the 2023 Tennessee Invite.


March Madness Star DJ Burns Shows Off Incredible Body Transformation After Losing A Whopping 45 Pounds Since Exiting The Tournament



DJ Burns shooshing the crow

DJ Burns ((Photo by Joe Sargent/Getty Images)


DJ Burns was one of the breakout players of this year’s NCAA Tournament and turned out to be one of the biggest stars, having led NC State to the Final Four.


The center, who was rumored to have NFL interest, is preparing for the next stage of his career and has put in some rigorous work as he looks to take advantage of his momentum from last season.

Burns, who stands at 6’9” and weighed 275 pounds, averaged 16.3 points during the tournament and put in a 29-point performance in a win against Duke in the Elite Eight.

DJ Burns Has Lost An Incredible Amount Of Weight

The Athletic’s Shams Charania has shared a photo of the center looking much slimmer than he did during March Madness. Burns told the NBA insider he lost 45 points over six-and-a-half weeks thanks to early-morning cardio workouts.

Check him out below:


Despite the NFL interest, Burns made it clear that he wants to continue playing basketball after college. While he isn’t projected to make it to the NBA via the draft, he could possibly get a call from a team looking to try him out in the Summer League.

“I’d probably explore some other options with basketball first before all of that, but I’m not a closed minded person,” he told Dan Patrick about the reported NFL interest earlier this year.

The NBA Draft is set to take place next month, by which Burns should have lost even more weight. It will be interesting to see how things pan out where he’s concerned. But the NFL could be an option should things not work out for him in basketbal

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