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Danell Leyva The 20-year-old Cuban-born gymnast is making his first appearance in the Olympics.

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Danell Leyva Photos: Artistic Gymnastics World Championships Tokyo 2011 - Day 10

Danell Leyva

Danell Leyva, Olympic Cuban-American gymnast. He is the 2011 U.S national all-around gold medalist and the 2011 world champion on the parallel bars. He is also a Bronze Medal winner in the 2012 London Olympics in the Men's All Around. He is a specialist on parallel Bars and Horizontal Bar, having his own signature move.

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Gymnastics Motivation Shawn Johnson Gymnast Photo Quote Poster Wall Art #2 Print 8x10"- 11x14" Practice Til U Can't Get It Wrong - Free Ship

Gymnastics Poster Shawn Johnson Olympic Gymnast Photo by ArleyArt

Gabrielle "Gabby" Douglas - August 2, 2012 at the London Olympics won the individual GOLD MEDAL ranking her the #1 All Around World Olympic gymnast. She is the 1st black female to accomplish this dream. Proved to be the best in her sport - she maintained the lead throughout the competition for the United States Olympic Gymnastic Team.

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Epke Zonderland Photos: Olympics Day 11 - Gymnastics - Artistic

Epke Zonderland Photo - Olympics Day 11 - Gymnastics - Artistic. Add Around The Rings on & for the latest info on the #Olympics.

Dominique Dawes, aka 'Awesome Dawesome', retired Olympic gymnast. Known for being a 3x Olympian, a World Championships silver medalist and a member of the gold-medal winning "Magnificent Seven" at the 1996 Summer Olympics. She is the 1st African-American woman to win an individual Olympic medal in artistic gymnastics, the 1st black person to win an Olympic gold medal in gymnastics, 1 of only 3 female American gymnasts, to compete in 3 Olympics and 1st to be part of 3 Olympic medal-winning…

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Where Are They Now: The 1996 US Gymnastics Team

Dominique Moceanu now: 30-years-old | Where Are They Now: The 1996 US Gymnastics Team

Loving The Smithsonian's Olympics pins: This women's gymnastics stamp is part of a series celebrating different sports and games played at the 1984 Summer Olympics.

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The 12 Most Inspiring Olympic Moments for Women

Inspiring Olympic Moment: Mary Lou Retton is the First American Gymnast to Win Gold Olympics gymnastics opened to women in 1952 and was mostly dominated by Eastern European athletes...until American gymnast Mary Lou Retton won gold for the all-around competition at the 1984 Los Angeles Games. Her win inspired a generation of girls to learn gymnastics, and she went on to win a total of five medals that year, the most of any athlete in the Games.

Epke Zonderland of the Netherlands - Olympic Gold Medalist High Bar Gymnastics London 2012