Olympic silver medalist Raven Saunders didn’t violate any rules with her protest Saturday night, the U.S. Olympic and Paralympic Committee said Monday.

At the end of the medal ceremony, Saunders raised her hands and crossed them in an “X” formation.

In an interview with NBC, she said the gesture represented, “the intersection of where all people who oppressed meet”.

Saunders said the protest reflects “the intersection of where all people who are oppressed meet”

In their statement, the USOPC stated:

Per the USOPC’s delegation terms, the USOPC conducted its own review and determined that Raven Saunders’ peaceful expression in support of racial and social justice that happened at the conclusion of the ceremony was respectful of her competitors and did not violate our ruled related to demonstration.

Saunders, who is Black and openly LGBTQ, has been one of the more intriguing figures of the track and field competition at these Olympics. She’s attracted attention as much for her joyous demeanor, the lucha-esque character masks, and two-toned hair color as her silver-winning effort.

The Hulk mask adorned her face during shot put finals, where she threw her way to a silver medal

“I want to give a shout out to all the LGBTQ community,” Saunders said in a post-event interview with NBC. “I came in here with one goal to get a medal because it represents everybody who is out here struggling. It’s not just about me.”