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Beverly Miller
Beverly Miller • 2 years ago

Munich victim's son thanks Aly Raisman for honouring athletes. The son of one of the athletes murdered at the Munich Olympics 40 years ago has thanked an American Jewish medallist for paying tribute to the victims after her victory. Aly Raisman, the gymnast who now has two gold medals and a bronze to her name, performs her signature routine to "Hava Nagila". Speaking after her latest win, she said: "The fact it was on the 40th anniversary is special, and winning the gold means a lot to me."

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