Now Gabby Can add All around Golden Girl to her list of Achievements in the Olympic Competion along with taking home the team win a few days ago!! This is a Huge Accompolishment! With continuous comparisions to Olympian Dominique Dawes, Gabby has paved a new lane, and doing it Well! For all the lil girls watching! Follow your dreams ladies!!! With hard work Persistence ,dedication and sacrifce! Nothing is impossible!!.#B.Michavery
Michael Phelps 27 years old, won six gold and two bronze medals at the Athens Games in 2004, and 8 gold medals at Beijing in 2008. Last night, Phelps won his first ever silver as part of the 400-meter relay team. His medal collection leaves him a two medals away from having the most wins in Olympic history! Micheal is competing in his fourth and final olympics before he retires. He says ” With retirement clear on the horizon, Phelps told Morgan that he’d most like to be remembered for “doing something that nobody else had ever done before, changing the sport of swimming. That’s what I hope to walk out of this sport with”…..AMAZING!
U.S. women’s gymnastics wins gold First Gold Medal Since 1996! Congrats U.S.A!” >
U.S.A lived up to the hype and then some last night, routing silver medalist Russia and everybody else on their way to their first Olympic title in women’s gymnastics since 1996. Their score of 183.596 was a whopping five points ahead of Russia and made their final event, floor exercise, more like a coronation. Romania won the bronze.
With the Russians on the sidelines crying, U.S.A. stood at the center of the floor, clapping, cheering and basking in a winner’s glow. When the score for captain Aly Raisman flashed, the Americans screamed and a chant of “U-S-A! U-S-A!” rang out around the arena. The women held up their index fingers for the cameras — just in case anyone had a doubt.
The Americans had come into the last two Olympics as world champions, only to leave without a gold. But this team is the strongest, top to bottom, the USA has ever had, and the rest of the world never stood a chance. After the U.S. opened with a barrage of booming vaults, everyone else was playing for silver. Now all they have to do is find themselves a catchy nickname, like “The Magnificent Seven” from 1996. Some have suggested “The Fab Five,” but that belongs to Michigan basketball’s Chris Webber, Jalen Rose and Co. Others have tossed out “The Fierce Five”
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