The Olympics may be over, but U.S. gymnasts Laurie Hernandez and Madison Kocian haven't stopped showing off their mad acrobatic skills.
Saturday Hernandez and Kocian threw out first pitches for their favorite baseball teams, the Mets and Rangers, respectively.
But as Olympic gold medalists, a simple toss just wouldn't do. Both threw out impressive, acrobatic first pitches that most people wouldn't even think of attempting.
Kocian, a Dallas native, did a handstand before picking up the baseball and pitching it to Texas Rangers manager Jeff Banister.
New Jersey native, Hernandez, threw out the first pitch before the Mets-Nationals game at Citi Field Saturday.
Hernandez did a mid-air cartwheel and pivoted to deliver her pitch.
Hernandez also got the chance to meet her favorite player, Mets pitcher Noah Syndergaard.