Meet Stanford Gymnast Sydney Razeghi, Who Is Being Dubbed The ‘New Olivia Dunne’ With Her Jaw-Dropping Photos

Sydney Razeghi posing in leotardSydney Razeghi (Photo via sydneyrazeghi/Instagram)


Now that Olivia Dunne’s college career is likely winding down, many are waiting to see the next Olivia Dunne of college sports. Many have been dubbed that, but no one has separated themselves from the pack as of yet.

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We may have found the next star in college sports, and this new girl is also in gymnastics.

Sydney Razeghi, a gymnast for the Stanford Cardinals, is the next to be dubbed on social media as the “next Olivia Dunne.”

Sydney Razeghi- Stanford gymnastics : r/HottestFemaleAthletes

The class of 2023 recruit has over 48,000 followers on Instagram.

Sydney Razeghi may lack the number of followers that Dunne has, but she certainly has a look to ensure that her list of supporters will continue to grow.


Sydney Razeghi is 5-foot-1 and hails from Houston, Texas, by way of Bridgeway Academy, where she attended high school.

She was born in 2005 and excelled in everything she did, including her studies, where she made the honor roll.

According to her profile, Razeghi trained 34 hours per week in the gym to accomplish her goals of being elite and obtaining a Division I College Scholarship.

The profile further stated Sydney did not begin competitive team gymnastics until she was eight years old, although she did begin gymnastics courses with her brother and cousins when she was a toddler. Because the sport keeps her happy and healthy, she loves it. Sydney also wishes to participate in gymnastics, something her mother and twin sister did and competed in college.

Sydney Razeghi (Photo via Sydney Razeghi/Instagram)

The More Popular Sydney Razeghi Becomes Online, The More NIL Deals Will Come Her Way As Long As She Competes In Gymnastics

Sydney Razeghi is being dubbed the next Olivia Dunne. And now that her followers are growing, she might see herself getting future NIL deals as a result.

Like Dunne, she competes in gymnastics as well and has been putting in the work.

At the 2014 Level 3 South State Championships, Sydney won an unprecedented three gold medals in the all-around competition. In floor exercises, vault, uneven bars, and all-around (4 times), she was listed in America’s Top 100. For the 2016 season, she advanced to level 7 after skipping three levels. At the Level 7 State Championships, she won gold medals in the vault, balance beam, floor exercise, and all-around with a score of 39.350. She qualified for the Region 3 Championships. There, she finished first in the all-around with a 39.025 and first on uneven bars and balance beam. Sydney was named to America’s Top 100 on uneven bars (3x), floor exercise, and in the all-around (4x).

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