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Woman shows off amazing underwater dancing routine on TikTok in high heels and fishnet tights

Dancing queen! Russian synchronised swimmer shows off her effortless underwater dance routine wearing stiletto heels and fishnet tights

  • Kristina Makushenko, 26, from Russia, is a champion synchronised swimmer
  • She has taken to TikTok to display her amazing underwater dancing skills 
  • Video of her dancing to Michael Bublé’s Feeling Good in heels has over 5m views

A champion synchronised swimmer has shown off her effortless underwater dance skills on TikTok wearing a pair of stiletto heels and fishnet tights.

Kristina Makushenko, 26, from Moscow, competed internationally in synchronised swimming with the Russian National team, and won two gold medals in the European Junior Championships in 2011.

She has since retired from competitive artistic swimming but has become an online sensation due to her amazing underwater dance routines, gaining over a million followers on TikTok.

Kristina Makushenko, 26, a champion synchronised swimmer has shown off her effortless underwater dance skills on TikTok wearing a pair of stiletto heels and fishnet tights

The influencer, from Moscow, is now based in Miami, and has become an online sensation with one video of her dancing to Michael Bublé's Feeling Good gaining over 5million views

The influencer, from Moscow, is now based in Miami, and has become an online sensation with one video of her dancing to Michael Bublé’s Feeling Good gaining over 5million views

In one viral video with over five million views, Kristina pulls off her impressive moves dancing underwater to Michael Bublé’s Feeling Good in high heels and fishnet tights.

The Miami-based influencer puts on an incredible display of flexibility, pulling off the splits while standing and upside-down in a pair of stilettos.

Her mesmerising routine begins in a pose on the bottom of the swimming pool and then she smoothly transitions her body into a series of incredible shapes with quick-changing movements to the music.

Kristina twirls herself around doing backflips under the water then grabs her leg and  pauses in an upside-down horizontal splits. 

The clip cuts to one of her trademark moves, doing a slow, upside down catwalk strut on the surface of the pool water, making ripples with her high heels. 

Kristina puts on an incredible display of flexibility, doing backflips under the water before grabbing her leg and pausing in an upside-down horizontal splits

Kristina puts on an incredible display of flexibility, doing backflips under the water before grabbing her leg and pausing in an upside-down horizontal splits

During her mesmerising routine, she smoothly transitions her body into a series of incredible shapes

She completes the dance in a number of quick-changing movements to the music

During her mesmerising routine, she smoothly transitions her body into a series of incredible shapes in a number of quick-changing movements to the music

The clip cuts to one of her trademark moves, doing a slow, upside down catwalk strut on the surface of the pool water, making ripples with her high heels

The clip cuts to one of her trademark moves, doing a slow, upside down catwalk strut on the surface of the pool water, making ripples with her high heels 

She finishes the display with a flourish, pulling her legs into a V-shape in a final impressive show of flexibility.

People flooded the comments with praise for the unique performance, with people commenting on the level of difficulty she completed with ease. 

A fellow former synchronised swimmer wrote: ‘All my respect to you. I used to do sychronized swimming in high-school, and what you just did was mind-blowing!!’

While one TikTok user joked: ‘If anyone ever sees me in the water moving like that, just know that I’m drowning and I need help.’

People flooded the comments with praise for the unique performance, with people commenting on the level of difficulty she completed with ease

People flooded the comments with praise for the unique performance, with people commenting on the level of difficulty she completed with ease

Another wrote: ‘I can’t even walk that well on dry land,’ with Kristina replying: ‘Trust me, me [n]either… only in water.’

TikTok user Aineogg commented: ‘This is what 8-year-old me THOUGHT she was doing on pool days.’

Kristina started competing in artistic swimming at age nine, and now lives in Florida where works as a synchronised swimming coach and social media influencer.

Kristina competed internationally in synchronised swimming with the Russian National team, and won two gold medals in the European Junior Championships in 2011

Kristina competed internationally in synchronised swimming with the Russian National team, and won two gold medals in the European Junior Championships in 2011

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