US college gymnast Olivia Dunne has been criticised for using social media to boost her profile and earnings but the 'sexiest woman alive' Paige Spiranac has backed her up

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Golfing bombshell Paige Spiranac has defended gymnast Olivia Dunne after she was criticised for upholding sexism in sport.

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Dunne, 20, who turned into a tycoon at only 18, is one of various youthful female competitors to utilize online entertainment to help their profile and land support and sponsorship bargains through charming photos.

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She was likewise named the most powerful female school competitor with the Louisiana State College understudy esteemed at around £2million.

Her ascent has drawn in analysis however with Tara VanDerveer, the best ladies' school ball mentor, said such strategies were a significant stage back for ladies in sport.

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But golf influencer Spiranac, who was voted the 'sexiest woman alive', has jumped to Dunne's defence and insisted she is making the most of the opportunities that have come her way.

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"I am so sick of women belittling accomplishments of other women because it is done differently than they would," she wrote on Twitter.

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She said of the rule changes: "Before college, my coach and I would design my own custom leotards for all my major competitions. I love expressing myself through my style.

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Social media is always something that I've loved, and what I think is so great about the NIL rule change is that you can do whatever you love and make money off of it."

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