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Gymnastic has always been my favorite event during the Olympics and I have gotten back a lot of nice letters and autographs. Wow, what a nerve racking sport this is. They truly are able to fly through the air with so much ease! There are no cheap flights to get to the top of the field though, these girls earn it with hard work and dedication!
Vanessa Atler - Totally unbelieveable she was left off the 2000 USA Olympic Team. It's no wonder the USA failed to medal in Gymnastics. Yes, I am aware she was having some problems with some of her routines but do I think she would have been ready come Olympic time...ABSOLUTELY.
Svetlana Boguinskaia - Well, I'm from the USA and always support and pull for all the American Athletes but I like and appreciate good gymnast regardless of the country they are from and Svetlana is definitely one of the best. Just check out all those medals hanging around her neck. :-)
Amanda Borden - A member of the "Magnificent Seven" that won the gold medal in the 1996 Olympics held in Atlanta. Amanda was virtually solid as a rock in all her routines which is exactly what it takes to win the gold.
Amy Chow - Another member of the "Magnificent Seven". Amy also won the silver medal in the uneven bars in the 1996 Olympic games. So that is why she has two medals hanging from her neck.
Nadia Comaneci - In my opinion the best gymnast who ever lived. Nadia in two Olympics (1976 & 1980) has won a total of 9 medals. 5 gold, 3 silver, and 1 bronze and became the first women to score a perfect 10 on the uneven bars.
Dominique Dawes - A three time Olympian (1992,1996,2000) winning the team bronze medal in 1992 and the gold as a member of the "Magnificent Seven" in 1996. Became the first African-American to win an individual event medal by taking a bronze in the floor excerise in Atlanta.
Gabby Douglas - A member of the 2012 Olympic team winning the team gold. She also captured the Gold medal in the individual All-Around. Also a member of the 2016 gold medal winning team.
Courtney Kupets - A member of the 2004 Olympic team winning the team silver and a bronze medal on the uneven bars.
Shawn Johnson - A member of the 2008 Olympic team winning the team silver. She also captured the Silver medal in the individual All-Around, a gold medal on the balance beam and silver medal on the floor exercise.
Nastia Liukin - A member of the 2008 Olympic team winning the team silver. She also captured the Gold medal in the individual All-Around, a silver medal on the uneven bars and balance beam, and a bronze medal on the floor exercise.
Ekatarina Lobaznyuk - besides the Americans in every Olympics I've watched I always have my favorites from other countries. Katia was definitely my favorite of the 2000 Olympics. A member of the Russia team that won the silver medal in the team competition.. In addition Katia won two individual medals as well. I've never written to someone from another country before especially not someone from Russia. Not that I didn't want to but I honestly never thought my letter would actually get there much less for them to write back. I mean Katia is from Russia, and she surely doesn't speak English. Despite it all I decided to write anyway. I wrote my letter and ran it through one of those online English to Russian translators. I didn't have a clue if the translation made much sense or not. :-) But I sent it anyway and much to my surprise and delight she wrote back.